I would consider the trailer we have a multi purpose trailer, but it is definitely built heavy enough to haul cars, jeeps, trucks, etc.
It is an 18 foot flatbed w/ a wood deck.
Has brakes on the rear axle and this has been plenty for us (we just hauled a 5700 lb. M-37 from Arizona to Texas).
One thing I like on our trailer over others is it has rails around the edge the height of the fenders.
Speaking of the fenders, they are made of 3/16" diamond plate, so you can walk on them with no worries.
The trailer is rated to haul 7500 lbs. and was made by a company in Kempner, TX called Kempner trailers.
I think the grand total was around $2,000, and it was well worth it.
This trailer has carried a Bobcat front end loader if you know what that is.
They look light weight but they weigh about 6500 to 7000 lbs.
Anyway, if I were you, and I was looking for a jeep trailer I would get one without the dove tail on the rear to help prevent dragging the ground on dirt roads.
Your jeep should have plenty of clearance to get over that crest between the ramps and trailer deck.
We hauled a Fiero on ours the other day and it had no trouble with it either.
Price is definitely an issue, so go with the best you can afford, but try not to skimp on the axles.
Definitely get a tandem axle trailer with at least 3500 lb. axles.
This way you shouldn't have to worry about weight issues.
Here is a pic of the trailer with the "BEHEMOTH" on it.
Hope this helps.
Take care and have a good day.
TX 4X4 club Arlington Chapter