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The Japanese Mini Trucks are the ultimate replacement for the ATV, RTV, or Glorified Golf Cart and have so many more uses and are much more comfortable! You owe it to yourself to check out the Kei Class Mini Trucks from Japan as an alternative to a higher priced not similarly equipped Mule, Rhino, Gator or other Off-Road Utility Vehicle that you are currently familiar with. Mini trucks are a lot safer than an ATV; they have heated, lockable cabs and some even have cold AC. Starting in the sixties, the Japanese manufactured what they termed "Kei class" vehicles (now generally called "K-class"). Kei means "light weight". These were built as a less expensive, fuel efficient, shorter, narrower, and lighter alternative to the standard size and weight vehicles termed "joyousha". The K-class vehicles have included passenger cars, vans, and mini trucks. Weatherford Mini Trucks imports used K-class mini trucks, the extended cab mini trucks, the vans, and the deck vans, but not the passenger cars. The Japanese have used these small off road trucks to perform a myriad of burden carrier tasks. They have often equipped the rear truck beds of these little trucks with specialized industry specific equipment. When many consider their special purpose vehicles options they often find used mini trucks from Japan to be their best choice. Some US buyers have done the same with their little all terrain trucks. Some have made them into field spray vehicles. A friend in the business makes some into mini fire trucks. See examples below of a mini truck equipped for hunters and their dogs and another now used as a special events mini ambulance. The 80's s had mostly 40 horsepower 550cc engines, and the 90's s had mostly 45 horsepower 660cc engines. The average number of miles driven per year in Japan is only about 6,000, so these vehicles usually usability. K trucks have changed in size over the years, but for comparison purposes units from the 80's and 90's are about two thirds the length and three quarters of the width of a Dodge Dakota. K-class vehicle regulations have upgraded repeatedly over the years, mainly to meet ever-tightening emissions standards and crashworthiness requirements. Japanese Mini Truck Parts
Are you are looking for a high quality, hand picked, affordable mini-truck then you are in the right place! We are a direct importer of Japanese Mini Trucks. Our buyer hand-picks our trucks and we inspect each truck before it leaves Japan. We sell directly to the public and the results are quality, low mileage, smoke free and affordable Japanese Mini Trucks. Sounds like you are home!