Hino has finally fully taken the covers off the new Hino 500 Series Standard Cab (as seen above).
Landing in Hino Australia dealerships later this month, the new offering replaces an enormously success generation of the medium-duty offering.
It also comes on the coat tails of the all-new big-selling Wide Cab version launched last year.
The official unveiling of the new model comes a number of weeks after Hino gave a look inside the cab of the new offering (as seen below).
It has also been revealed that the new model will boast Euro 6 equivalent emissions.
But final Aussie specifications for the new Hino 500 Series Standard Cab are still a few weeks away (we’ll bring them to you ASAP).
Daniel Petrovski, Hino Australia’s Product Strategy Manager, told us the new truck features a “dynamic new face’’ with “a stylish two bar grille and enlarged Hino badge”.
Daniel also pointing out that the headlamps with integrated indicators are set into the bumper on the new model.
While he also confirmed that FD and FE models get a chrome grille, LED headlamps, fog lamps and daytime running lamps (DRLs) as standard equipment.
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