Ready for anything that a tradie can dish out
ISUZU’s class leading Ready to Work range of trucks is underpinned by a simple philosophy – to make life easier for Australian tradies by eliminating the lead times traditionally associated with purchasing a heavy vehicle.
With 16 model variants in the Ready to Work range pre-fitted with tipper bodies, Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL) is helping operators in the landscaping, earthmoving and local government fields – to name just a few – quickly and easily get behind the wheel of the right vehicle.
The depth of Isuzu’s Ready to Work tipper range ensures that there’s an application-specific truck raring to tackle whatever task, big or small, that’s thrown its way.
The recently released NLR 55/45-15 Tri-Tipper exemplifies how seriously Isuzu has taken up the challenge of providing engineering solutions for any job that requires a tipper. The gutsy vehicle offers a GVM of 5500kg, which can be de-rated to 4500kg and driven on a car licence. Out the back, its all-steel tipper body with drop sides holds 2.0m3 and tips to the left, right and rear. IAL chief engineer, product strategy Simon Humphries said that beyond the ease of purchase – a cornerstone of the entire Ready to Work range – the NLR 55/45-150 Tri-Tipperwould offer a range of additional benefits to operators.
“The NLR 55/45-150 Tri-Tipper is all about offering even greater levels of versatility and convenience for operators looking to carry loads to urban sites, be it for construction, landscaping or council works,” Mr Humphries said.
“Fitted with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Isuzu’s Stability Control System (IESC), Anti Skid Regulator (ASR) and Hill Start Assist (HSA), the Tri-Tipper is packed with a suite of technology that offers drivers peace of mind every time the engine turns over.” For operators wanting the brains and brawn of the Tri-Tipper, but only requiring rear-tipping functionality, IAL’s Ready to Work range also includes the NLR Tipper designed for on-site tipping.
ROLL OUT: Isuzu’s range of off the hook specs are ready for work.