I know you said you are looking for a small enclosed trailer and I looked at several before finally deciding on a Stowaway 2 MAX
on a Swingaway mount. It is well made, swallows an amazing amount of "stuff", is very stable, a convenient height for loading and unloading, and so far has worked very well for me. The only quibble I have with it is the Swingaway mount does not allow it to swing quite far enough to fully open the right hand rear door.
Four things tilted my scales toward the Stowaway as opposed to a small luggage trailer…
- The Stowaway was less expensive
- Trailers require a LOT more maintenance, bearings, tires, etc.
- While you probably won't notice either a trailer or the Stowaway over the road, you will definitely notice the trailer when backing but the only provision for backing with the Stowaway is to allow for the extra length behind.
- I can and do leave the Stowaway on the hitch all the time, even when using my Interstate as an around town driver.
But that is just my experience.