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Hi there, I am Ginny Loveless. I am interested in the construction and purchase of new vehicles, like cars, trucks and vans. Automakers today are constantly evolving their vehicles to net better gas mileage, improve aesthetics, increase power and boost safety ratings. The different build types play a role in each vehicle's characteristics. Once the vehicles are produced, dealerships order tons of different models to meet customers' preferences. You can go down to the dealership at any time to grab the perfect vehicle for your needs. Furthermore, you can custom order vehicles from most automakers. The blend of features, colors and power components you pick creates a truly unique vehicle that suits your needs. I will share more information about these subjects and related topics on my website. I hope you come back soon. Thank you.

3 Types of Japanese Mini Trucks

There are plenty of reasons to consider Japanese mini trucks for sale. The unique appearance of this vehicle alone might make you think about adding one to your collection of vehicles. If you're thinking about buying one of these vehicles, you'll want to consider the many types that are available. While different mini trucks can have different specifications under the hood, the physical design of different trucks can also vary. Nowhere is this more evident than in the space behind the cab. Here are three types of mini trucks that may appeal to you.

1. Truck Bed

There are lots of Japanese mini trucks that have a conventional truck bed behind the cab. This bed is similar to standard pickup trucks in North America, albeit smaller in size. Choosing a truck with a standard truck bed is valuable for all sorts of people. If you're a contractor, for example, this space will be suitable to carry a wide range of gear to the job site. Even for the average person who enjoys tackling various projects around the house, a mini truck that has a truck bed will provide plenty of space to transport building materials and other such items.

2. Dump Bed

If you browse different models of mini trucks, you'll almost certainly find some that are equipped with a dump bed behind the cab. This bed may look like a conventional truck bed, but it's hinged at the rear to allow you to dump it — much in the same manner that a dump truck works. This design can be handy in numerous different applications. If you're clearing snow from your driveway or a client's driveway, being able to load the snow in the dump bed, and then dump it elsewhere will be appealing. If you're doing some work in your yard, you can fill the dump bed with landscaping stone or topsoil from your local garden center, and then dump it where you need it.

3. Enclosed Body

Another direction that you can take is to look at a mini truck with an enclosed body. This is a truck that essentially had a box behind the cab — similar to a cube truck, although on a smaller scale. The big advantage of this design is security. You will feel more confident about whatever you're carrying because you can lock the door of the body and keep people away. This design can be appealing if you wish to use the mini truck as a personal vehicle for road trips, as you can securely store your luggage in this space.