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EXPLORE THE CLASS 3 & 4 GAS CHASSIS
FLAT AND CONVEX SIDE MIRRORS
To increase rearward visibility, every Isuzu truck is equipped with a manually adjustable flat and convex side mirror. The larger flat mirror provides visibility behind and to the sides of the truck while the smaller convex mirror provides a wider field of view. The side mirrors can be ordered with an extended bracket for 102-in. wide bodies and they can also be equipped with power remote control adjustments and a heating element for added convenience.
Isuzu truck roofs are specially designed to direct water away from the windshield for better visibility. The channels also help minimize pooled water spilling over the door when you exit the cab.
Isuzu trucks have two cab choices. The standard cab has spacious seating for three. The crew cab has seating for seven. Both cabs are built with the driver and passenger in mind. The most notable feature of the cab is the forward visibility. The large windshield and low-cab forward design gives the driver an additional eight feet of visibility in front of the cab. The peripheral vision in the cab is also enhanced by upright A-pillars that do not extend in front of the driver.
Isuzu trucks are equipped with halogen headlights with high/low beams and daytime running lights. The forward-facing turn signals are integrated into the top of the headlamp design. Five auburn-colored marker lights are placed across the roofline to increase the truck’s visibility to other drivers. On the doors, the turn signals have an integrated cornering lamp that is activated when the turn signal is activated to light the driving path when turning.
BRAKES AND MULTI-LEAF SUSPENSION
The gas-powered NPR and NPR-HD are equipped with front disc brakes and rear drum brakes. The 4-channel ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) system includes EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution). This braking system coupled with a robust suspension system that has a tapered multi-leaf front suspension (7,220-lbs. rating) and multi-leaf rear suspension (12,900-lbs. rating) helps stabilize heavy payloads during braking.
6.6L V8 Gas Engine
The gas-powered NPR and NPR-HD are equipped with an advanced 6.6-liter V8 gasoline engine. The engine produces:
- 350-hp @ 4500 RPM
- 425-lb-ft. torque @ 3800 RPM
This advanced engine is powerful, efficient, and most of all, durable. The cast-iron block, aluminum cylinder heads, forged steel crankshaft and stainless-steel exhaust manifolds serve as the base for this power producer. Acceleration and efficiency are magnified through advanced technologies like direct injection, electronic throttle control and variable valve timing.
6-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
The gas-powered NPR and NPR-HD are equipped with a 6-speed automatic transmission. This Hydra-Matic transmission includes a lock-up torque converter and two overdrive gears. The transmission is programmed for optimal acceleration and efficiency. Gear ratios are as follows: (1) 4.027, (2) 2.364, (3) 1.532, (4) 1.152, (5) 0.852, (6) 0.667 and (REV) 3.064:1.
DUAL REAR-WHEEL CHASSIS
The dual rear-wheel chassis provides a robust and sturdy platform that can manage heavier payloads. The design also provides enhanced traction at the rear wheels for better acceleration while providing responsive steering control from the front wheels. Equipped with 225/70 R19.5” tires, the wheels and tires have an “inner-outer” rotation that is designed to extend the life of your tires and save you money.
GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT RATINGS (GVWR)
Both the gas-powered NPR (12,000-lbs. GVWR) and NPR-HD (14,500-lbs. GVWR) have a front axle capacity of 6,830-lbs. and a rear axle with a 14,550-lbs capacity. The NPR is equipped with 16-inch tires with a 4.10 drive ratio and the NPR-HD is equipped with 19-inch tires with a 4.30 drive ratio. These strong components provide robust body payloads. The NPR has a body payload up to 6,796-lbs. and the NPR-HD up to 8,941-lbs. With four wheelbase choices (109, 132.5, 150 and 176-in.), these trucks can accommodate bodies from 12 to 20-ft.
IN-FRAME FUEL TANK
The 38.6-gallon in-frame fuel tank is conveniently placed between the rear frame rails. This rearward position keeps the tank free from interfering with body mounts and doesn’t clutter the frame rails. The larger tank also helps provide increased range to keep refueling time to a minimum.
6.0L Model Shown
6.0L Model Shown
NEW VEHICLE LIMITED WARRANTY
|Time in Years||Vehicle Miles|
|Emission Control System - Federal||0-5||0-50,000|
|Emission Control System (NPR model) - California||0-3||0-50,000|
|Emission Control System Long-Term Defects (NPR model) - California||0-7||0-70,000|
|Emission Control System (NPR-HD model) - California||0-5||0-50,000|
|Corrosion (Rust Through)||0-4||Unlimited|
*After 3 years or 36K miles, labor and parts coverage is 50% for up to 5 years.
The warranty coverages are determined by the mileage of the vehicle and the number of years from the delivery date. The warranty coverages are limited by whichever occurs first.
60/100,000 OR 60/150,000
- All internally lubricated parts including, but not limited to, cylinder block, head, oil pan, thermostat housing, flywheel, intake manifolds
- Oil pump, pistons with rings, crankshaft and bearings, connecting rods and bearings, head bolts, cylinder head gasket, intake and exhaust valves, rocker arm assembly, camshaft actuator, camshaft, front and rear main seals
Differential, axle shafts, all seals and bearings
Transmission case and all internal parts
Road assistance and towing to the nearest dealer for covered repairs on the vehicle at no additional charge