I was thinking the same thing, Bruce after he posted it. But then again I don't own a Santa Fe so I don't know.
are a huge help, so no matter what you may want to put them on.
Your gonna need to stay in that 13/15 ft range, which there are several options that should work for you. Just realize that the weight
of the gear, passengers, all adds too/decreases your towing capacity (read your owners manual as it will tell you, for every passenger and 100 pounds of gear you have to subtract some tow cap. So keep the trailer as lite as you can. Then pack as lite as you can.
Honestly recommending any manufacture to you would only make you crazy!
Personally I would suggest looking at glass that came up for sale
that might fit your camping needs. You will know, when you find it.
I can only recommend weighing
any trailer you are serious about purchasing. Don't just go by the Manufactures weight
, they are not always accurate. You might want to check out this link. Trailer Weighing at The Oregon Gathering
It's posted by Frederick when ever he does a trailer weigh in at a rally
. If you search you may find several. It just gives you an idea of what people are pulling around. My assumption is that all the weights are including gear on board. But who know's how individual's pack their trailers. So it really is just an estimate. Again, weigh any trailer your looking to purchase. Best of Luck! Enjoy the search for your perfect trailer.