A large trailer – about 20 feet or longer – has an average weight of about 6,700 pounds.
The average small RV (<25 feet) weighs 3500 lbs (1588 kg) and can be towed by mid-size SUVs and small pickup trucks. The average large trailer (>25 feet) weighs 2858 kg (6300 lbs) and can be towed by larger SUVs and 1/2 ton pickups.
This is how much a 16ft Scamp trailer weighs: The standard version of a 16ft Scamp trailer: between 1,750 and 2,000 lbs. The deluxe version of the 13ft Scamp travel trailer: between 2,200 and 2,600 lbs.
How much does the closed 8.5×16 trailer weigh? Okay, let’s just get it up front and out of the way how much an 8.5×16 trailer weighs. The curb or curb weight of the 8.5×16 tandem axle is approximately 2,800 pounds.
When adapting a trailer to a towing vehicle, a good rule of thumb is to keep the gross vehicle weight rating at less than 75% of the towing vehicle’s towing capacity. So if the tow vehicle is rated for a maximum of 6,000 pounds, the trailer you choose should have a gross vehicle weight rating of 4,500 pounds or less.
The average curb (or dry) weight of a 24ft trailer is approximately 4,404 lbs.
The curb weight of the trailer is 2200 lbs, the payload is 4,400 lbs. Higher weight trailers available.