When considering the type of lightweight travel trailer that you need, keep the following factors in mind. The trailer should be able to sleep three to four people comfortably, but it should also be versatile enough to allow you to use it for dining. If you prefer a dining area, you can also move the table so that it can be used as a dinette, with two or five seats. The RV should have a fixed flush toilet and plenty of storage space. The roof should be fixed and the windows are double-glazed acrylic with a built-in screen and blind combination system.
Lightweight travel trailers can have a traditional appearance and feel. The interiors can range from a dinette that converts into a bunk, to an enclosed bathroom. There may be an extra kitchen or a TV in some lightweight models. When looking for a travel trailer, the overall weight of the towing vehicle should be taken into consideration. It should be able to tow the vehicle you intend to use it with.
You can easily tow a 20-foot trailer with the help of a mid-sized SUV. This trailer’s GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating) is usually in the range of 3,500 to 4,000 pounds. The base weights of three Satellite models range from 3,040 pounds to 3,195 pounds. They are comfortable and feature a television, stereo, and heating and air conditioning. And you can choose the options according to your needs.