You don't necessarily have to have a truck to have a trailer. I own a Euro-style trailer (a two horse Brenderup) that is specifically designed to be pulled by a smaller vehicle, like a wide variety of SUVs. It works well for my needs which are short, local hauls and I can haul hay in it too (but also have a small flat bed, pulled by the same vehicle too). The Euro-style trailers aren't the right answer for everyone, but for my situation it works out really well.
Eventually I know I will want to upgrade to a truck and larger trailer (would love a 3 horse that can be converted between a slant load and stock style), but for my budget*** and needs right now the little Brenderup is fine.
***The Euro trailers are typically quite expensive. Mine was purchased as a fixer upper and the work was done to fix it in part by my husband and in part by a local trailer repair place.