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More About Isuzu Trucks Drivers, owner-operators, fleet managers and trucking company owners who are looking for durable Isuzu trucks should check out our individual truck listings. Each listing includes at least one photograph of the truck's exterior. Most listings include several photos, as well as important information to help you find the right trucks for your company's needs. Information that may be available in the individual listings includes tire size, body style, number of axles, transmission type, truck location, price, wheelbase, weight rating, transmission manufacturer and suspension type. Under the slideshow of pictures you'll find a variety of links to click on. These links will lead you to more information about vehicle financing, vehicle inspection reports, shipping quotes, insurance and financing. You can also email the picture slideshow using the link provided. History of Isuzu Trucks Isuzu Motors was founded in Japan in 1916. The company didn't begin selling vehicles in the United States until after they signed a capital agreement with General Motors in 1971. General Motors and Isuzu formed DMAX in 1998. This was a joint venture intended to produce diesel engines. The subsidiary of Isuzu Motors that distributes Isuzu trucks in the United States is called Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc. They are also known by the acronym ICTA. The company began operations in March of 1984 and is currently headquartered in Anaheim, California. Truck Types ICTA is best known for their medium-duty trucks. In fact, the Isuzu Reach was named the medium-duty truck of the year in 2012 and the Isuzu N-series was named medium-duty truck of the year in 2013. Isuzu's box trucks are some of the most commonly seen trucks on the road, especially the Isuzu NPR. Available in both gas and diesel models, the NPR has a 6.0 liter V8 engine. The NPR is a medium-duty truck that can be made into almost any truck you need. Box truck, flatbed, refrigerated truck, dump truck or cab and chassis. They are available in either gas or diesel. Isuzu trucks are known throughout the world. Their logo can be seen on nearly every continent. Most of their trucks are equipped with the latest technology, with multiple amenities for driver comfort and safety. Some of the amenities you'll find in an Isuzu truck include: Air deflector Kickplate Lift gate Swinging rear doors Multiple charger ports Power locks and windows Winches Extended warranty Step bumper

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