Isuzu to showcase 2013 N and F Series at Brisbane Truck Show

Isuzu Trucks will feature one of the largest exhibits at the 2013 Brisbane Truck Show with a 15 vehicle display that will offer the first public viewings of 2013 model year N and F Series ranges along with the recently-launched FYJ 2000 twin steer 8×4 model.

Among the enhancements, the upgraded N and F Series ranges feature cornering lamps for improved safety along with an all-new DAB+ entertainment unit.

To demonstrate the many features of the entertainment unit, show goers can experience the technology first-hand via an interactive display module which is fitted with four fully functioning cameras, parking sensors, tyre pressure monitors and much more.

As part of the latest release, three new variants have been added to the N Series range bringing the total number of Isuzu models on offer to an amazing 154, ensuring that there’s an Isuzu truck to suit just about every application.

The most visually impressive truck on the stand will be the FYJ 2000 in full agitator trim including 7.5 m3 bowl.  This model was released late last year and is one of nine variants in the twin steer FY Series range.

Show goers who take a look at the front steer axles will note a unique damped mechanical rocker between the axles which ensures these models’ impeccable steering geometry and road manners.

A pioneer of the ‘ready-to-work’ concept, the Isuzu stand will also feature no less than five factory-bodied models that can virtually be driven from the Dealership floor to the work site* – there’s no waiting for bodybuilders.

The factory-bodied models on show are the NPR 300, NLR 275, NQR 450 and FRR 500 Tippers along with the NPR 200 Tradepack which features an aluminium body with dropsides, tradesman racks, bullbar and more.

Isuzu’s off road range will be represented by the NPS 300 4×4 and the FTS 800 Auto, a favoured appliance by many of the country’s firefighting bodies.

The extensive truck line-up will be complemented with a selection of parts and accessories displays covering Isuzu Genuine Parts and Best Value Parts (BVP) along with the release of a new merchandise range which includes a ‘heritage’ collection.

*Once registered and insured.

 

 

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