Isuzu dealers ready to talk a deal on Tipper range

Looking for a small tipper? Isuzu has great deals now available

isuzu n-series tipper

The boom in construction, particularly in the Eastern states, in recent times has seen massive growth in tipper truck sales.

And while much of the focus goes to the big boys and their toys, for each new house that’s built in Australia there are often many loads of dirt, gravel, turf and materials delivered to the site by a light-duty tipper.

Isuzu, the biggest-selling truck brand in Australia, recently introduced a new three-way tipper in their light-duty truck offering – the N-Series (details here).

There’s also a range of updates and improvements being made to the model for 2019 (details here).

But, just as importantly, now is a great time to consider investing in an Isuzu N-Series Tipper.

Isuzu tell us there are significant price reductions available now across their ‘Ready-to-Work’ Tipper range.

In total, 15 different variants of the truck are on offer in Australia, including models that are able to be driven on a car license, those that have an AMT (automated manual transmission) and even all-wheel drive variants.

The “big daddy” of the range is the NQR 87/80-190 with a 8,700kg GVM.

Alternatively, if you need even more load carrying capacity than that, Isuzu also offers a ready-built tipper model in the F-Series range – the FRR Tipper and this has a 10,700kg GVM.

Why consider an Isuzu Tipper?

Isuzu tell us their tippers boast a comprehensive suite of safety technology as well as many features that are additional or optional on competitor models, including rope rails, auto-release body lockdown hook and two-way tailgate.

Stay up to date with the latest Isuzu News at heavyvehicles.com.au.



About Joel Helmes 1835 Articles
Joel is the founder and CEO of Heavy Vehicles. With more than 20 years experience in the media, including more than 10 years heading up the car publication - Behind the Wheel, Joel is passionate about bringing a fresh perspective to the Australian road transport industry. Prior to his media career Joel worked for a number of years as a bus, truck and delivery driver.

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