Isuzu to display F-series agitator at ITTES

Isuzu will have one of the largest exhibits at the 2012 International Truck Trailer and Equipment Show (ITTES) due to be held from March 15 to 17 at the Melbourne showgrounds. Among the 17 vehicle array and making its public debut will be the much anticipated F-series agitator.

Isuzu claims the new FVY 1400 6×4 agitator features a cab/chassis specification – including power take-off – that lends itself to concrete mixer applications. It is said to also offer a highly competitive tare weight which allows for maximum payload.

The Australian overall truck market leader’s ITTES display is designed to showcase its enormous range, and will accordingly feature a selection of light, medium and heavy-duty models from the N, F, FX and Giga ranges.

In addition to cab/chassis vehicles, Isuzu will show a selection of its ready-to-work models including the latest edition of its popular car licence driven NPR 200 Tradepack.

The Tradepack is ideal for busy tradespeople who want to make a purchase and have the vehicle on the job site shortly afterwards with no waiting for fitment of a tray by a body builder. The model is available in both Standard and Premium guises.

A leading manufacturer of alternatively fuelled trucks, Isuzu will exhibit two of its Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) powered trucks – an NLR 200 CNG and FSR 700/850 CNG. Also on display will be one of Toll Group’s FSR 700 CNG units in full corporate livery.

According to Isuzu, these vehicles offer lower running costs and notable environmental benefits – including zero particulate matter emissions – compared to traditional diesel-powered trucks.

The extensive truck range will be complemented with a selection of parts and accessories displays covering Isuzu Genuine Parts and Best Value Parts (BVP) as well as an Isuzu industrial engine.

Those visiting the show can find the Isuzu stand at BH91 in the Boulevard Hoecker.

 

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