I watch Matt's RV Reviews (motorhomes) on YouTube, and I think he and his wife are about 5'4". With me being 6'1", it's hard to get a feeling for the "pinch points" affecting taller people. Driving position/leg room (seat moves back far enough); shower stall height; bed length (without feet hanging over).
I think it's important to visually demonstrate these dimensions for, not only average height folks, but short and tall ones too. Short folks have issues reaching a high microwave, or cabinets placed high over obstacles.
When I was in my 20's I MIGHT have been able to contort into one of these small trailers... it would have been better than a sleeping bag in the back of a station wagon!
Overall - for what it is... it looks to be very well constructed with quality materials.
Yes, I am only 5'4" and this trailer would be tough for anyone over 6' ... or bigger adults. I do like how compact they are, easily towed by ordinary SUV's, and that you could take them on some backroad trails without hitting the bottom.
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The other one is better it has off road tires so it gets better traction in mud and going up hills, I wonder if it has a posi traction rear end to work with those off road tires when things get real slippery. lol