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Hino to Offer Custom Paint Options for Conventional Trucks

November 30, 2015

Hino 238 conventional truck Photo: Hino
Hino 238 conventional truck Photo: Hino

Hino Trucks will be offering custom color paint options for all of its conventional trucks beginning with the 2017 model year, the company has announced.

It will offer a variety of exterior truck colors to customers as a factory option or color-match to a buyer’s customized request.

“At Hino, we strive to achieve a higher level of customer satisfaction and these customizable paint options have yet again raised that bar,” said Glenn Ellis, vice president of marketing, dealer operations and product planning for Hino Trucks. “The availability of varying paint colors now provides customers with a convenient way to make their truck uniquely their own or create a visually harmonized truck fleet.”

Hino Trucks assembles, sells and services a line of Class 4-7 conventional and cabover commercial trucks.

A Toyota Group company, Hino is headquartered in Nov, Mich., and has a network of more than 200 dealers in the U.S.

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  1. 1. DAVE ROBINSON [ December 09, 2015 @ 10:31AM ]

    I WAS THE FIRST REGIONAL MANAGER FOR HINO IN DALLAS TX JANUARY 1985. THINGS HAVE CHANGED GREATLY. FOR A LONG TIME, SALES REQUESTED A CONVENTIAL CAB WITH OTHER COLORS THAN WHITE BUT NEVER GOT ANYWHERE. GREAT STRIDES HAVE BEEN MADE OVER THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS. I LEFT HINO IN JANUARY 1990 AND WENT INTO INSURANCE SALES FOR TRUCKS. I HAVE HAD MY AGENCY FOR 24 YEARS AND SEVERAL OF MY CUSTOEMRS HAVE HINOS. THEY ARE A GREAT TRUCK. GOOD LUC INTHE FUTURE. DAVE

 

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