I own a 2011 Pilot 4WD that I’ve been using for work as a carpenter. It’s worked well with the large cargo space until now, and I’m finding I want a trailer as I further expand my business. I’m looking at a 5 x 10 enclosed trailer with a 990 dry weight/ 2990 gross weight. The manual states I should be able to tow 4300 pounds with a passenger, but I figure 4000 is a safer number since I’ll have some cargo, my helper is fat (jk) etc. So on paper this works, but my question is, how much is this going to potentially suck as a daily tow? Is the vehicle more meant to occasionally tow a boat or RV, or will it stand up to towing daily? Will an enclosed trailer have too much wind drag to make it a reasonable drive on a consistent basis? If you have real world experience, advice would be appreciated. If this isn’t practical, I may need to upgrade to a truck, though I love the Pilot.