The Best Utes, Trucks & Vans for Tradies

Tradie cars come in all shapes and sizes, which means that you can pick and choose depending on what you need the vehicle for. Some things that may be worth consider when making your decision are what tools will you need to carry? Will you be needing to pull a trailer? and how much ground clearance will you need for those rougher work sites?

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Car for Tradie FAQs

A ute is the quintessential vehicle for Australian tradies. The practicality of a utes tray means they are great for carrying bulky cargo that you wouldn’t want in the back of a family car. Beyond this, they are designed to be able to pull things such as equipment trailers, which may be essential for a tradie.

There’s a variety of reasons utes are so popular in Australia. Some of these include things such as tax concessions for commercial vehicles and the practicality that comes with their storage capacity and towing abilities.

Most commonly, their size and capacity. This means that they can be used to carry things that wouldn’t fit in a boot and if you’re a camping lover, they can be decked out with your ideal camping set-up.

This is a ute that can carry five passengers instead of two or three. This is because they have an extra “cab” or passenger compartment as apposed to a single cab.

While utes are not renowned for having big cabins, you’ll be sure to find plenty of cabin space in twin cabs. Some twin cabs that are known for having big cabins include cars such as Toyota Hilux, Volkswagen Amarok and the Mitsubishi Triton.

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