Originally Posted by Jack
If you haven't pulled an enclosed, borrow one and put a car in it. When I bought my Yukon XL, I felt compelled to sell the 14' open cargopro open aluminum and buy an 18' cargopro aluminum enclosed cargo trailer. The drag that an enclosed puts on the truck was unbelievable. I didn't notice it till at speed out to the track. Even the back roads from Lee to Lime Rock were hell on the truck. I don't know how guys pull steel enclosed. Personally, I would not do another enclosed unless I really needed to have a ton of tools and spares secure inside. I tended to transfer as much as I could from the trailer to the truck anyways. It's where I want the weight.
With an aluminum trailer, when you go to sell, you will lose very little. They hold their value really well.
The only reason Im considering enclosed is my next car (that needs to be towed everywhere) may not be weather tight.