The used work trucks for sale in San Diego aren’t necessarily the fanciest machines in town, but they play a vital role for a lot of owners. And Miramar Car Center can play a vital role in helping you find one that’s a perfect fit for getting down to business. Whether you come by for an in-person visit to our store on Miramar Rd., or get started online at our virtual showroom, the Miramar team will treat you with the honesty and respect you deserve. We’re focused on affordability, quality, and superior customer service to create a hassle-free, stress-free shopping experience that will have you coming back to buy from Miramar Car Center again and again!
Work trucks have to stand up to tough challenges on a daily basis, so shoppers tend to put an especially high priority on vehicle condition. Of course, so does Miramar Car Center. That’s why we carefully select and inspect each of our used cars and trucks before they ever get onto our lot, ensuring they’re some of the best used work trucks in San Diego. You don’t have to take our word for it, though: All of our used vehicles come with free Carfax history reports that you can check for past service records, possible accidents, and more. What they don’t come with, however, is outrageous pricing.
Our approach to maintaining affordability is to carefully compare our models to the other used work trucks for sale in San Diego to determine a fair market value well in advance of your visit. As a result, you get our best price without the need for time-wasting negotiations. Miramar is also well-known for its customer-friendly financing. Working hand in hand with our network of experienced lenders, we can help secure loans even for people with bad or no credit. It’s a breeze to get started, too, since you can get pre-approved in minutes using our secure online financing application.
Nearly all modern trucks have high levels of capability for hard work, and that includes the flagship models that be as well equipped as world-class luxury sedans. But when people talk about “work trucks,” they’re usually referring to entry-level versions that skip the premium comforts and provide just what owners need on the job. In fact, some used work trucks in San Diego still have manual windows and door locks. Want to know about the exact features on a used work truck we have in stock? Give us a call, and we’ll be glad to help!
There are five leading brands of used work trucks for sale in San Diego, and while they offer a limited range of creature comfort, they help make up for that with a wide variety of cab sizes, bed lengths, and powertrain choices. (It’s also worth noting that work trucks can make great foundations for campers, with the used Toyota Tacomas in San Diego standing out as excellent examples.)
Chevrolet: Used Chevrolet work trucks are easy to identify thanks to their “WT” designations, which are available for the midsize Chevrolet Colorado, the full-size Chevrolet Silverado 1500, and the heavy-duty Chevrolet Silverado HD. Commanding connectivity is a key advantage for these vehicles, since Chevrolet’s more recent work-truck models come standard with a 7-inch touchscreen, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and WiFi compatibility. Fantastic functionality comes into play with the versatile Multi-Flex six-way tailgate available for the Silverado 1500 WT.
Ford: Ford’s XL trims are this brand’s work-truck models, and they offer an added dimension to the segment: The Ford Maverick XL is a compact truck with a big heart and a standard hybrid powertrain with EPA ratings as high as 42 mpg city/33 mpg combined. The midsize Ranger, full-size F-150, and heavy-duty SuperDuty trucks help fill out the roster with advantages of their own. The F-150 XL, for instance, is available with a PowerBoost hybrid V6 delivering 430 hp and 570 lb-ft of torque.
Nissan: There’s a unique strategy at work for Nissan. Like its rivals, this brand brings both midsize and full-size work-truck contenders to the arena, in this case with the Nissan Frontier S and the Nissan TITAN S. The TITAN work truck is also distinguished by standard safety systems like front/rear automatic braking, blind-spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control. Yet the real difference-maker here is the TITAN XD S that serves up more strength than typical full-size trucks but without the ungainly size of an HD model.
RAM: RAM emphasizes the full-size and heavy-duty segments with work trucks wearing the Tradesman label. The crew cab RAM 1500 Tradesman is one of the roomiest trucks in its class, and the RAM HD Tradesman models showcase an available rear link coil auto-leveling rear air suspension for incredibly composed handling even pulling your heaviest loads. Both configurations also come with a standard trailer hitch and an LED hitch lamp for premium practicality right from the start. Many of RAM’s most popular technologies are available for the Tradesman as well.
Toyota: We already mentioned how flexible the used Toyota Tacomas in San Diego can be, and rest assured, they – and full-size Toyota Tundra work trucks – can also adapt to much more typical business applications. A further benefit of Toyota’s bold SR work trucks is that they’re backed by standard technologies including WiFi compatibility, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Safety Sense systems such as adaptive cruise control, automatic braking, and lane-keeping assistance. In addition, Toyota truck beds are surfaced in reinforced composite to help avoid dings and dents.