Tag Archives: FUSO

TURNING JAPANESE | Light Truck Review – FUSO

The close focus on developing technologies would suggest that a typical Japanese transport operation would be at the forefront of computer-based systems. Brenton O’Connor found the exact opposite during a recent visit to Tokyo. Transport companies, whilst aiming to achieve the same outcome of delivering goods from A to B, differ greatly throughout the world in their method of operation. ...

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UP FOR RENT

Mitsubishi Fuso’s Canter 515 is a typical short-term hire light truck for the inexperienced driver The light truck market has traditionally belonged to the Japanese-inspired products from Isuzu, Hino and Mitsubishi Fuso. Always functional, they’ve made their name for reliability across the light truck spectrum, especially in the hire and rental market where their load-carrying capabilities differentiate them from the ...

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DIAMOND JUBILEE

The Three Diamonds brand of Mitsubishi Fuso celebrates 50 years of Canter production and the 80th birthday of the Fuso brand With it’s instant recognition of being the “Not-So-Squeezy” light truck on the Australian market, Mitsubishi Fuso is justifiably proud to be able to celebrate 50 years of its association with the Canter nameplate. The first generation of the Fuso ...

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Tipper Time

Traditionally, we’ve considered all 3.0-tonne tippers to be basically similar. The reality is far from the perception They’re the backbone of the local sand and gravel merchants, and, when fitted with a set of hungry boards down each side of the tipper body, it’s likely that payloads and gross weight statistics become blurred in the rush by local suppliers to ...

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Fuso Fortune

As part of the Daimler Trucks Group, Fuso is confirming its future The release of the Eco Canter hybrid in its second generation form is well documented , but there’s a lot more to the current Fuso range than just its hybrid light trucks. Note the use these days of the name Fuso, without the customary Mitsubishi brand tagged in ...

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Rising Trot

Mitsubishi Fuso’s new Canter 4×4 steps up the pace The Japanese truck makers have long held the appeal for all-wheel-drive options, and although Isuzu is the favoured choice of Australia’s Rural Fire Services and Country Fire Authorities, there’s no reason to exclude Mitsubishi Fuso from having a stronger crack at this lucrative market segment. Fuso has recently debuted a new-generation ...

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Canter increases its pace

Fuso takes its strength from Daimler Group to refine its presence and increase sales. No longer can you presume that all things Japanese are equal and that all trucks that come from the four major Japanese manufacturers are similar in appearance, technology and performance. With the influence of global parenthood and an increasing commonality of the engine and driveline componentry ...

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