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Isuzu Truck Introduces Low Cab Forward, Gas-Powered Crew Cab

November 1, 2007

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc. has announced the availability of a gas-powered, low cab forward crew cab truck. The new model features a Vortec 6.0L V8 engine with 325 horsepower and a Hydra-Matic 4-speed automatic transmission with lockup torque converter and overdrive.Carrying seven workers, the crew cabs are available with 150-inch and 176-inch wheelbases to accommodate 12-foot and 16-foot bodies. GVW ratings are 12,000 pounds and 14,500 pounds, with payload allowances ranging from 6,251 to 8,821 pounds.The cab offers rust and corrosion protection with galvanized steel panels, electro deposit paint primer and high quality enamel paint topcoat. A close-section construction and large gussets improve the durability, as well as enhancing the safety of the driver and passengers. The Isuzu gas-powered crew cab and standard cab trucks are distributed through 205 Isuzu truck dealers and 350 GM W-Series dealers nationwide. Current sales volume of the gas-powered trucks is 6,000 units annually and is expected to grow significantly with their price advantage over emissions-compliant diesel models. For more information, visit or call (866) 441-9638.
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