Almost every Japanese car company has made mini trucks and sold them domestically. There are some key differences and features between each make and model. Luckily, they mostly conform to the same size and key functions. To learn more about each model, please select the truck you’re interested in below.
Starting as a Nissan branded Prince Clipper, the clipper name was revived in 2003 and sold as a Nissan badged version Mitsubishi Minicab kei truck.
Daihatsu is one of the major makers of kei class mini trucks, starting with the Hijet in the mid 60’s.
The Suzuki Carry is a staple in the world of kei class mini trucks. It has been serving as a workhorse for Japanese farmers and businesses for decades.
The Mazda Scrum is a kei class mini truck based on the Suzuki Every. Contact us to import Mazda Scrum directly from Japan.
The Mitsubishi Minicab is a kei class mini truck from Japan that’s been in production since the mid 60’s.
The Subaru Sambar is a kei class mini truck that has been in production since the early 60’s. Since then it has served as a workhorse for Japanese farmers and workers.
A natural evolution of the Honda T360 mini truck, the Honda Acty first appeared in the 1970’s as a cabover kei class mini truck.
The Pixis is Toyota’s kei class mini truck that has been in production since 2011. It is based on the Daihatsu Hijet, and is almost identical to the model.
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