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10 Best Used Travel Trailers Under 3500lbs – RVBlogger

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Two things are happening at once in the travel trailers under 3500lbs category. The first is a steady increase in interest and sales of lightweight travel trailers. The second is the growing increase in interest and sales of crossover vehicles, EVs, and smaller, more economical vehicles.

The correlation, while not as substantive as a direct statistical link, is highly convenient. According to our analysis a growing number of people are looking for smaller, lightweight travel trailers they can pull with smaller cars that aren’t rocking a 6.4L Hemi V8.

With the cost of RVs, gasoline, EVs, and cars in general all steadily heading north, it certainly makes sense. Plus, all the inherent advantages come with a smaller size and a smaller footprint.

If you’re in the market for something a little more casual that you can also pull with a crossover or small SUV, this list of travel trailers under 3500 lbs is what you’re looking for.

These used travel trailers are all 2020 model years. If you want to see the newest models check out our article called 15 Best Lightweight Travel Trailers Under 3500 lbs for 2024.

10 Best Used Lightweight Travel Trailers Under 3,500 lbs

Check out this YouTube video we made about travel trailers under 3,500 lbs with 2020 models.

How Big Are Travel Trailers Under 3500lbs?

Not very. But it’s also surprising how much travel trailers under 3500 lbs are packing these days. Some of these trailers can sleep a small to moderate size family. While not exactly teardrops, some of them take the aesthetic and idea of the teardrop and expand on things a bit.

It’s important not to confuse these travel trailers with teardrops, though the latter definitely fall within this category. Teardrops generally feature some interior amenities and a bed, with most of the day-to-day operations taking place outside, with things like an exterior kitchen.

The travel trailers on this list are small while maintaining more significant features than what’s typically inside a teardrop, such as an interior kitchen, bathrooms, entertainment areas, and dinettes. Most of these…

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