Find Your Next Work Truck at Quesnel Toyota

By: Quesnel Toyota   |   28 Feb 2023

Whether you’re a sole proprietor offering construction and landscaping services or looking for a fleet of trucks for your growing enterprise, Quesnel Toyota can help you find the perfect work truck. Standing firmly behind the Toyota name, there are numerous reasons why Tacomas and Tundras make for great work trucks. Not only are these formidable machines engineered with exceptional towing capabilities, but they also tend to stand the test of time. Add in a few features in off-roading, cargo capacity, tech, and safety, and you truly have a work truck that works for you! Let’s explore why Toyota work trucks do it better and how Quesnel can help you find your perfect match.

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Reliability and Durability

The first thing you will notice about Toyota Tacomas and Tundras for sale is their reliability and how long they last. If well maintained, these trucks are capable of lasting between 400,000 and 500,000 km. Plus, they also are very affordable while still holding a great resale value.  

Off-Road Capabilities

Toyota trucks set themselves apart from other trucks with their incredible off-road capabilities. As part of Toyota’s TRD lineup, you’ll find various different off-road trims for the Tacoma and Tundra that provide a specialized off-road driving experience. They include:

  • TRD Sport: sport-tuned suspension, functional hood scoop, advanced technology packages
  • TRD Off-Road: Bilstein shock absorbers, advanced off-road traction control, multi-terrain selection
  • TRD Pro: LED headlamps, functional hood scoop, upgraded exhaust, thick skid plate, Fox internal bypass shocks, multi-terrain selection

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Cargo Capacity

When looking for a good work truck, it's essential to find good interior cargo space for fitting tools and equipment. Fortunately, Toyota trucks provide a good amount of cargo space. The Toyota Tacoma double cab offers the most space, with 42.6 cubic ft. of rear passenger space. The Tundra goes even further by offering up to 46 cubic feet.

Regarding cab space, you should also keep in mind that there is a trade-off between cab space and bed length. A bigger cab means a shorter bed, and vice versa. Therefore, you should weigh your needs when choosing between a bigger cab or a longer bed.


Whether you’re hauling heavy construction equipment or need to tow necessary machinery, towing is likely one of the most significant factors that you are considering in your decision to buy a work truck. The ability to tow allows you to accomplish all sorts of jobs, and Toyota trucks are no stranger to big hauling jobs. Depending on the trim you choose, Tacomas are capable of towing up to 6500 lbs. For even heftier jobs, the Tundra has a 12,000-pound max towing capacity.

Find Work Trucks at Quesnel Toyota

While we stand behind Toyota Tacomas and Tundras for the ultimate work trucks, here at Quesnel Toyota, we offer an inventory of certified used work trucks for all makes and models from RAM to Dodge to Ford. Browse our inventory of trucks or contact us today to set up a test drive!

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