The ability to tow was a pretty big selling point for us when we decided to purchase the MX90D. We knew we'd be taking a range hit when towing but this wasn't a major problem for us since we primarily need to make trips to the Big Box stores for construction supplies. We're remodeling our old house so there are LOTS of trips to said stores. The most important features of a trailer for us are that it will hold 4'x8' sheets of plywood, be enclosed but have a removable lid, and based on the wonderful research done by Tesla Bjorn and others we knew we also needed something with a low profile. We looked at several options but most of the enclosed utility trailers were taller than we liked. We narrowed it down to the Wells Cargo MPT581 with no height adjustment. The local trailer shops would have to order the trailer we wanted and they told us it would take about 14 weeks. We got lucky and found a new one already built but it was 170 miles away. This is significantly further than we will probably ever take the trailer in reality but what a great test of towing and range. I had planned on charging the car to 100% before we left but naturally I forgot so we were at about 85% when we started. The trip was from Portland to Bend, Oregon so lots of elevation changes through the Cascades in the cold and the rain. Initially nav calculated no need to stop and charge before Bend but that quickly changed. We stopped in Sandy for about 15 minutes and ended up arriving at the trailer place with 12%. We paid for the trailer and verified the shop's closing time then headed out to feed the car and ourselves. With all of us recharged to 100% we went back for the trailer, hooked it up and tested the lights. Everything worked perfectly. The car automatically switched to tow mode and the trailer icon showed up on the dash. The salesperson said he didn't think any electric car could tow anything. He was pretty impressed to learn that the MX is rated to tow 5000 lbs. The trailer weighs about 800 lbs empty so it didn't really feel like we were towing anything. The car didn't seem to notice it at all. With our full charge the nav estimated we would make it all the way home with 26% remaining charge. We drove at ~60 mph and this estimate held steady for half the trip! Once we were in the middle of the Cascades we hit a lot of rain and that's when we saw our range take a pretty big hit, dropping fairly quickly down to 15%. We didn't regain anything as we descended from the mountains. We made it the 170 miles to home, no stops, with 15% remaining. We are extremely happy with the trailer and of course with our amazing car. Installing the hitch was a breeze, hooking up the trailer was as simple as could be, towing it was a pleasure. Backing it in to our long, narrow driveway was a bit of a challenge but will just take a little practice. All in all we think this solution is going to work out really well for us. I'd love to see/read about other utility trailers people have chosen and your experiences.