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Hino Adds Class 4 Cabover to Lineup

March 04, 2015

The Hino Model 155 at the Work Truck Show. Photo by Tom Berg
The Hino Model 155 at the Work Truck Show. Photo by Tom Berg

Hino Trucks rolled out the Model 155, a Class 4 cabover truck, at the NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.  With this addition, Hino now offers medium-duty trucks ranging from Class 4 to 7.

The Model 155 is rated 14,500-pounds GVW and is powered by a 210-hp J05E TP engine. The new cabover comes in two designations, the 155 and the "double cab" 155-DC. Both models will be available at Hino dealers in May.

The 155 comes standard with a 5-year, 175,000 mile powertrain warranty, HinoWatch roadside assistance and the HinoCare two year or 60,000 mile preventive-care program.

“We are very excited to announce the addition of the 155 and 155-DC to our model lineup,” said Glenn Ellis, vice president of marketing, dealer operations and product planning for Hino Trucks. “We will now be able to better serve the needs of our customers with a wider range of product offerings.”

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