Today, Isuzu is the world's largest manufacturer of trucks and jeeps. The company also produces diesel engines for General Motors.
The very first Isuzu trucks appeared back in 1969. They were delivered from Japan. Isuzu NQR trucks have earned their respect for decades of operation in difficult weather conditions. Their engines totaled up to a million kilometers, before they needed a major overhaul. And now, little has changed. The engine is reliable, and if overhaul is required, we recommend it. The truck turned out to be incredibly tough and nevertheless, sometimes repairs were necessary. And the mere fact that the Japanese truck worked after such alterations speaks in his favor.
The old Japanese, who have stood the test of time, are no less popular than the new Isuzu off the assembly line. A run of even 300 thousand km does not bother experienced buyers who know a lot about good trucks.
Trucks are equipped with a riveted ladder frame, reinforced suspensions and reinforced metal protection against corrosion. An additional fuel filter was installed, with which the Isuzu engine starts up even in extreme cold.
The truck cab from Japan lowers forward, thereby providing easy access to all parts of the car and ease of repair work. Isuzu trucks are not demanding on consumables, and their maintenance does not require huge expenses.