Deals on Wheels - - Plant & Equipment -

Equip­ment (DAVE) unit, ready for sat-nav and telem­at­ics at ex­tra cost. And to keep you safe, there’s four-wheel disc brakes#, side in­tru­sion bars, driver and pas­sen­ger airbags and Isuzu Elec­tronic Sta­bil­ity Con­trol (IESC)#.

Just be­cause you need a truck doesn’t mean that you want to feel like you’re driv­ing one. So most of Isuzu’s new N Se­ries mod­els* that can be driven on a car li­cence now fea­ture a new Torque Con­ver­tor Au­to­mated Man­ual Trans­mis­sion(TC-AMT), mak­ing them a whole lot more re­spon­sive and sharper off the mark. In fact, you could for­get you’re driv­ing a truck at all. driv­ing This con­di­tions,lat­est TC-AMT in­cor­po­rat­ing­has been de­signe­drevised gear­for Aus­tralian­ra­tios and a kick-down con­trol switch on the ac­cel­er­a­tor which means when you put your foot down, the truck au­to­mat­i­cally se­lects a lower gear for more con­trolled ex­its from round­abouts, cor­ners and in­ter­sec­tions. The other ad­van­tage of the AMT is that while it’s still a two pedal op­er­a­tion you can choose to shift gears man­u­ally or drive it like an au­to­matic, of­fer­ing both good fuel economy and re­duced main­te­nance costs. The smarts don’t end there, though. The N Se­ries comes stan­dard with Isuzu’s Dig­i­tal Au­dio Visual So now your choice of new truck is too easy! To find out more about the new N Se­ries, head to or visit your near­est Isuzu Truck Dealer.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.