There’s an updated and improved version of the Isuzu N-Series light-duty truck arriving in dealerships now.
Some of the big changes include additional models of the big-selling offering Independent Front Suspension and Rack and Pinion Steering.
Isuzu saying this gives the N-Series a more “car-like” feel and makes the truck an even more attractive proposition for tradies and other users who might be coming out of a ute or a van.
There’s also an updated version of the Isuzu Automated Manual (AMT) in the offering, again, changes that are likely to entice potential first-time truck buyers.
We caught up with Isuzu Australia Limited’s Chief Engineer, Product Strategy, Simon Humphries at the Australian launch of the updated N-Series to talk about these changes…
Other changes across the expansive Isuzu N-Series range include an updated infotainment system with truck-specific sat-nav, 12-month service intervals, new NPR/NQR variants suitable for eight-pallet bodies and Euro 5 compliance on the 4HK1 engine.
Check out our review of the updated Isuzu N-Series here.