Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) has begun shipping its strategic truck to Indonesia to be launched there later this year. Newly developed for growth markets in Asia and Africa, the all-new FUSO truck range has started its journey toward Indonesia, FUSO’s largest export market and Southeast Asia’s largest economy, according to the company.
These robust and fuel-efficient trucks, newly developed to meet the ever demanding customer expectations in the growth markets, reinforce FUSO’s leading presence in Asia and Africa, according to the company. Rigorous testing has been assessed under the most strenuous driving conditions to ensure maximum reliability of the trucks. The new FUSO trucks have already arrived and are sold in Kenya, Sri Lanka, Zambia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, and Bangladesh.
The new FUSO truck line comprises five new models in total, the light-medium-duty FA and FI models (GVW 9-16 tons) and the FJ, FO, and FZ medium-heavy-duty models (GVW 25-49 tons), thus providing more choice to customers. These trucks, models depending on the markets, will be exported and sold through MFTBC’s global network in Asia and Africa, according to the company.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet