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New Lease, Purchase Terms Offered for Fuso Cabover with Morgan Body

August 21, 2017

Image: Mitsubishi Fuso
Image: Mitsubishi Fuso

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America Inc. is partnering with body builder Morgan Corp. and Daimler Truck Financial to offer special lease and purchase programs on 2017 Fuso FE160 Class 4 cabover trucks ordered with a 151-inch wheelbase and 16-foot Morgan aluminum dry van body.

Under the program, customers can attain a Fuso FE160 truck with 15,995-lb. GVWR and 10,490-lb. estimated body/payload via either a 36- or 48-month lease, or through a direct, no-down-payment purchase with "very attractive" 36- or 48-month financing terms.

“This new FusoComplete program gives our customers an opportunity to purchase a truck in the most popular configuration we offer, with minimum hassle and at a very attractive cost,” said Bill Lyons, Fuso’s vice president, sales operations. “We’re really happy that both Daimler Truck Financial and Morgan Corp. are partnering with us to provide such value to our customers.”

The Morgan body included as part of the program features hardwood floors, a roll-up rear door, an aluminum roof, and a dome light. Body-selection options include 85-inch or 91-inch inside-height, plywood or slat lining, one or two rows of recessed e-track, and a Maxon TE-20 or Waltco CW20 liftgate.

The FusoComplete offer expires on Dec. 30, and some terms and restrictions apply. 

For more information, speak with a local Fuso dealer or click here.

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  1. 1. RANDALL O CLARK [ August 31, 2017 @ 07:56PM ]

    Does anyone have any experience with the 2017 or 16 FE180? I'm considering buying one, but the 2012 I had was a disaster.


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