Tag Archives: HINO

WATER SPORTS | Light Truck Review – HINO 300 Series

Hino’s 300 Series joins the battle to conserve water – Report by Chris Mullett Forget about the gold, silver and coal mining magnates, none of the multi-billion-dollar projects are worth a cracker if the areas in which they are based are totally devoid of water. Until Australia has a cohesive federal government programme in place that stores, creates or moves ...

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HINO 4X4 – Hino is heading into new territory | TRUCK REVIEW

With all-wheel-drive alternatives, Hino is heading into new territory. Words by Brenton O’Connor Up until now, operators requiring a light-duty, 4×4 truck in cabover configuration, were limited to either an Isuzu N Series or a Fuso Canter. Whilst Hino has been a very successful contender in the light-duty Japanese truck market for many years, its variants only included 4×2 axle configurations. ...

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STRONG MID-YEAR REPORT CARD FOR HINO | Transport NEWS

With strong sales, increasing investment in dealerships and an ongoing focus on customer service, Hino Australia has rated its first half of 2017 as strong in a growing and increasingly competitive market. “June was a record breaking month for the truck industry and the overall market sales of 3879 units around the country was also the highest June number since ...

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Happy HINO

With its best sales results for seven years, the Hino brand is hopeful of continued growth through 2016 Amidst the power and the passion associated with customers that consistently buy heavily customised trucks with North American drivelines, or highly sophisticated European makes, there exists almost a third dimension of truck buyers, those that just want a utilitarian workhorse. Welcome to ...

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Friends in Hino Places

With 51 years of sales in the Australian market, Hino is strengthening its presence. The old adage about leading your horse to water but not beingable to make it drink could be likened to overseas truck manufacturers offering their products to the Australian market and then finding nobody is in a buying mood. Brand loyalty means a lot to the ...

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HAPPY HINO

With its best sales results for seven years, the Hino brand is hopeful of continued growth through 2016 Amidst the power and the passion associated with customers that consistently buy heavily customised trucks with North American drivelines, or highly sophisticated European makes, there exists almost a third dimension of truck buyers, those that just want a utilitarian workhorse. Welcome to ...

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HAPPY HORSES

Hino’s new high-horsepower series fills a unique niche for the Australian market – Dave Whyte reports Light trucks were once the domain of the large fleet operators and council workers, but in recent years the market has grown to include more tradesman and lifestyle type customers. The product line-up in the ute market has changed considerably, with sedan-based utilities taking ...

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SAFETY FIRST

Hino’s 300 Series takes a step up with more power and performance than its competition. Does safety sell? That’s the question the Hino Australia marketing people have to determine as they shape their campaigns around the latest additions to the Hino 300 Series, which is billed as the safest light truck on the market. But that’s not all this Japanese ...

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ON A MISSION

Hino is clear it wants a significant increase in market share The gradual rise of Hino trucks into the Australian market has been interesting, given that it’s been a relatively slow process to gain market share. If anything, the development of the Hino range in our market shows that success does not come overnight, especially with trucks, something that the ...

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CREWS CONTROL

Hino’s 300 Series crew cab tipper is a really good surprise on the market. There have been huge advances in the performance, ability and comfort levels in the light truck segment in recent years. The three brands of Hino, Fuso and Isuzu have consistently lifted the bar on design and ability and the result has been really noticeable, even at ...

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