Sales shooting for 50,000

March 2007
Trailer / Body Builders;Mar2007, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p124
Trade Publication
The article reports on the redesigning of Isuzu's N-series trucks in Class 3 to Class 5. Isuzu consulted with customers, dealers and body builders in developing the new N-series to ensure that the trucks would satisfy all three constituencies. The series will feature the company's 5.2-liter 4HK1-TC diesel engine. Isuzu engines use advanced exhaust gas recirculation and a variable geometry turbocharger.


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