Tag Archives: Light Trucks

LIGHT DELIVERIES WITH MITSUBISHI FUSO | Light Truck Review

Ed Higginson reports on the improved safety features of the ‘Not So Squeezy’ Canter FUSO’s Canter range has recently been updated with a range of safety features, raising standards for drivers operating in the light truck delivery arena. The step up in safety features includes advanced (autonomous) emergency braking (AEB),  lane-departure warning (LDW) and electronic stability control programming (ESC) bringing ...

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THE RIGHT TIME | Light Truck Review

Neil Dowling heads for the spanners and a few days on the tools.  Light trucks have started chewing into the workhorse one-tonne market currently dominated by a plethora of utes, as operators demand greater payload, increased reliability and occupant safety. Isuzu Trucks Australia has been the most obvious competitor to the utes, last year starting its “Ready to Work” marketing ...

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READY TO WORK | FUSO-Fuso is geared up to start work with pre-bodied options

Warren Caves finds that Fuso is geared up to start work with pre-bodied options. Fuso plans to help customers to “hit the ground running “with its Built Ready range of pre-bodied trucks, centred around its hard-working Canter and larger Fighter models. As dependable as a pair of old boots, Fuso’s Canter range has been a common sight on Australian roads ...

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LIGHT RELIEF | Light Truck Review – Isuzu N-Series

As Isuzu Trucks’ approaches its 30th consecutive year as the overall market leader in commercial vehicles, Ed Higginson evaluates the appeal of the N-Series. The N-Series enters the new year with a broad range of updates and improvements, matching the timing of the company’s move into new corporate head office at Truganina, in south western Melbourne. Delivery Magazine was on ...

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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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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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