Corcentric secures deal with Hino
- Gearing up. Guyette, James E. // LP/Gas;Jan2005, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p14
The article reports that a push by Toyota's Hino Motors to earn more of the U.S. commercial delivery truck business should provide a turbocharged. 260-horsepower propane engine suitable for use in bobtails, buses, medium-duty delivery vehicles and other class 7 applications by 2006. Propane...
- Hino 268. Richards, Paul // Commercial Carrier Journal;May2005, Vol. 162 Issue 5, p65
Evaluates the Class 6 268 trucks from Hino. Range of wheelbases; Applications; Engine; Serviceability; Warranty. INSET: The fleet operator's opinion.
- Hino Motors: denying Scania stake interest. // MarketWatch: Automotive;April 2004, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p11
Reports that Japanese-based truck manufacturer Hino Motors has denied having interest in purchasing some of Volvo's share in Scania. Restructuring of Hino Diesel Truck to increase its presence in the U.S. market and plan to extend its dealership network; Partnership with Isuzu Motors to...
- Hino sees the light. // Commercial Motor;4/26/2007, Vol. 205 Issue 5226, p9
The article evaluates the 300 Series light-duty range of trucks from Hino.
- LIGHT TRUCK Market Review. // New Zealand Company Vehicle;Oct2009, p54
The article evaluates light trucks including K2900 CRDi by Kia Motors and the Hino 300 series by Hino.
- Hino. // Fleet Owner;Dec2004, Vol. 99 Issue 12, pv
This article reports that parent company Hino Motors Ltd. will be supplying two diesel engines for the conventional medium trucks being built at a new California plant by Hino Motor Sales USA. Hino's emissions reduction efforts center on a high-pressure common-rail fuel injection system combined...
- Pacbrake PRXB Exhaust Brake Kits for Hino Trucks. // Fleet Equipment;Nov2005, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p53
The article reports that Pacbrake has introduced the PRXB Exhaust Brake which is suitable for Hino. The exhaust brake is available for North American four- and six-cylinder Hino conventional trucks. The PRXB allows silent braking and provides substantial slowing force during steep downhill...
- Scania ponders selling new Hino middleweight. // Motor Transport;6/12/2003, p3
Reports on the plan of Scania to sell middleweight trucks from Hino in Europe. Statement from a Scania spokesman about the plan; Target sales of Hino; Features of Hino's trucks.
- Hino. // Fleet Owner;Feb2006, Vol. 101 Issue 2, Following p112
The article reports that Hino Motors Ltd. had 7,600 trucks in commercial operation to meet the current Japanese diesel engine emission standards. The company is introducing its Japanese specification engines, relying on cooled exhaust gas recirculation, a common rail fuel system, variable nozzle...