Hello davida -- People have proposed towing with all sorts of vehicles but I'm not sure I've heard many questions about this model. You could help us. What year it? I see a mid-size wagon listed for the early 1990s. I once imagined a really cool Volvo Cross Country could tow Airstream ultralights. Reality set in and physics ruled in the end.
I would suggest spending plenty of time researching what you might want in a trailer. New? Used?
(Sorry, the Airstream website seems to be down. A common opinion is the webpage is getting a remake with the model year changeover happening now.) Size is important in how you want to travel. Research is almost romantic, so think about this first. I'd honestly guess that you'll need to be looking above
mid-size SUVs for all but the smallest Airstreams.
Your particular tow vehicle seems to not have any current info at Edmunds or Kelley Blue Book. I have Consumer Reports online and fail to find any additional info. I'd suggest looking in your owners manual under towing. Also under capacities. You are looking for info on payload or load capacity. Payload is a particular weight of people and gear that cannot be exceeded onboard the vehicle; this includes weight of aftermarket hitch, people & luggage aboard and
(the killer) tongue weight. Even the fancy SUVs like M-B GL450, Lexus GX470, Cayenne/Touareg, etc., can have their limits.
What did you have in mind?