Try this website:
especially Quicksilver with a dry weight of 1020 lbs at www.livinlite.com
Some of their trailers can be towed by a large motorcycle!
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2003 SunnyBrook 27FKS
2011 3/4 T Chevrolet Suburban
One wife, two bikes (both Electric Schwinn's with motor assist)
You can get a Pro Lite from dealers in Canada. These are hard-sided but their smallest trailer weighs in dry at 550lbs.
2011 Keystone Passport 3220BH GT Ltd. Edition
2012 Chevrolet Silverado LT Crew Cab 4x4 w/6.2L and Max Tow Pkg
2002 Chevrolet Suburban LT/Autoride & AirLift air springs (Traded)
Reese Strait-Line WD with dual-cam sway control
My blog - www.CampDestinations.com
The 10 foot box Fleetwood Yuma that I had was 1850 pounds dry, but it did have a water heater, fridge, brakes, 10 gallon water tank, and electric water pump as ameneties. I suppose if you mixed up pounds and kilograms you could get 900. There are smaller units than the one I had. Mine was 20 feet long when extended. I pulled it with my Honda CR-V, and it rode rough but generally was a good tow, I put over 15,000 miles on that trailer and usually got 23 mpg doing it.
I think with the car you will really need to watch the tongue weight on the trailer or you will have a handling safety issue, but you should be able to find a unit that works.
One of the things that I found when I sold my tent trailer was that I got a very premium price for it, and the first person who looked at it bought it. (I bought it new in 2008 and sold it in February 2012) They are in fairly short supply here since gas prices are high, and since Fleetwood exited the market they are short on manufacturing capacity. Used tent trailers are very close in price to new ones.
The 10 foot box was very roomy inside. We sold it because we wanted to be able to camp in foul, windy weather. We now have a Passport 238MLWE, which is a 24 foot bunkhouse trailer. It's nice, but now we tow it with a Suburban and get 10.5mpg instead of 23.