Consumers seeking Isuzu trucks on the market will be pleased to learn of the latest news of the firm. On July 9, 2010, Isuzu declared that they’ve started making the first low-cab-forward medium duty diesel engines. This will be the first coming of such an engine available on the market. Designed to match with the most stringent environmental emission standards, the new engine is anticipated to raise sales among the 2011 N-Series trucks, that will comprise these new engines. The three toughest standards that the N-Series trucks will match are: the Clean Unwarranted certificate, the United States 2010 Environmental Protection Agency’s Emission Standards and the California Air Resources Board. Anticipated to arrive in America in August 2010, the ECO-MAX LCF fuel economy increase up to 20%, additionally such as the ability for increased payload capacity for the ECO-MAX LCF version. Isuzu’s new ECO-MAX LCF version boasts 12000 pounds GVWR.
Additionally in the N Series, the ECOMAX is arriving shortly to be released with 2011 versions, packed with characteristics that are advantageous. With a 4JJ1 TC next generation diesel engine, this version also offers a B10 engine life expectancy of 310000 miles. That is the very first time the engine kind will be released in the United States; formerly this 4J engine has just been comprised since 1984 in versions that are foreign. This version features 150 hp and 282 pounds per foot of torque and a 4-cylinder turbo charged 30 L engine. With 6-speed auto transmission, lockup PTO and double overdrive, the ECO MAX is definitely a safe and impressive alternative. The cab is conveniently designed to tip, when service is required by the truck. Isuzu anticipates that motorists who buy this version will see a rise in payload capability and fuel efficiency, along with less downtime.
Three additional versions in the 2011 N-Series are: NQR, NPR-HD NRR and. The NQR is GVWR, the pounds 17950 NPR HD is 14500 pounds pounds GVWR and the NRR is 19,500 GVWR. In these versions is an improved revision of the 2005 52 L 4HK1-TC engine. With 175 – 190 HP in 205 and the manual choice – 210 HP in the alternative that is automatic, there’s an adequate increase in output power. Both efficient and friendly, these engines readily fulfill with the standards set by EPA 2010, HD-ODB CARB and. An increase of 8% in fuel economy is an additional plus to the bundle.
For making trucks that shine in environmental efficiency while keeping their reputation, Isuzu has definitely fulfilled and surpassed demands with their new line of N-Series trucks for 2011. Less care, an extended engine life with less opportunity of early overhaul desired, considerably more fuel efficiency and a heightened payload capability should be seen by motorists; meanwhile their power is maintained by the trucks. With the increased importance for “green” engines, Isuzu’s new engine will make an effect on reduction of environmental toxins. As always, motorists will be pleased to understand the new 2011 N-Series trucks will be accessible in the popular Isuzu shades that are conventional.