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Isuzu Truck Announces 2009 N-Series Low Cab Forward Trucks

July 24, 2008

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America has announced its 2009 N-Series line-up of low cab forward trucks with new features to increase driver productivity, enhance fuel economy and reduce emissions.

The front suspensions, spring rates, steering and cab mount bushings have been tuned for more comfort and a better ride. A new optional limited slip differential distributes torque evenly to the wheels, an important feature for trucks driven on surfaces where loss of traction may occur. In the area of pollution control, all Isuzu diesel trucks are now 50-state “Clean Idle Certified.”

All N-Series diesel models incorporate a data recording module that can provide a vehicle health report showing the condition of the engine, transmission, emissions and brakes, plus fuel economy and driver operating habits.

An electronic braking distribution system balances brake pressure to all wheels by automatically adjusting to the load’s weight distribution.

More wheelbases have been added to accommodate the widest possible range of bodies. Wheelbase choices from 109 to 212 inches handle bodies from 10 to 24 feet in length. GVWRs offerings range from 12,000 lbs. to 19,500 lbs.

The cab has rust and corrosion protection provided by galvanized steel panels, electro-deposit paint primer and enamel paint topcoat. Unitary construction, rigidity and strong reinforcements add to cab durability and safety.

For more information or to request a quote from a local dealer, visit www.isuzucv.com or call (866) 441-9638.

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