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Isuzu Launches New Web Site For Diesel Engines, Updates Commercial Vehicle Site


CERRITOS , Calif. – To keep consumers’ up to date with changes resulting from the 2007 emissions standards, Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc. has launched a new Web site,, and enhanced its current commercial vehicle site,

The Web site provides visitor’s detailed information exclusive to the Isuzu diesel engines, the 6H (7.8L) and the 4H (5.2L), including features and benefits, specifications, horsepower and torque ratings and warranty information to Isuzu upfitters and end users. It also contains a competitive comparison section to easily examine how Isuzu ranks alongside the competition.

The Web site now includes features, specifications, horsepower and torque ratings and warranty information for both the Isuzu diesel and Vortec gas engine options. The site also details the 2007 emissions standards and how Isuzu is prepared to meet them as well as meet the needs of the medium-duty consumer. The consumer site remains a resource for first time and repeat buyers alike. Convenient features such as business uses, frequently asked questions and the dealer locater makes choosing and finding a vehicle online very simple.

Both sites include downloadable emissions brochures for both Isuzu and General Motors medium-duty vehicles.

All diesel engines produced starting January 1, 2007, must comply with the new regulations that require the reduction of nitrogen oxide (NOx), hydrocarbons (HC) and particulate matter (PM) by 90 percent over the current 2004 emissions standards. Isuzu products affected by the new standards are the N-Series low-cab forward vehicles with Isuzu 4H engines, F-Series vehicles with Isuzu 6H diesel engines and H-Series conventional vehicles with Isuzu 6H diesel engines.

Isuzu is committed to staying ahead of the game when it comes to the 2007 emissions regulations. Utilizing their worldwide resources and working with partner General Motors, Isuzu medium-duty trucks with 2007-compliant 4H and 6H diesel engines will deliver optimum performance at the lowest possible cost of ownership. In fact, the 2007 emissions technology has already been operating successfully in over 60,000 Isuzu trucks in Japan for the last two years.

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About Isuzu Motors Limited:

Isuzu Motors Limited is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of commercial vehicles and diesel engines. Always an innovator, Isuzu introduced Japan’s first diesel engine in 1936, and today is leading the way in developing environmentally friendly diesel technology.

Isuzu Motors Limited is also one of the world’s largest manufacturers of medium- and heavy-duty trucks. Since building its first truck in 1918, Isuzu has sold over 26 million trucks in 64 countries. Isuzu introduced the first air-cooled diesel engine in 1936, the first two-ton low cab forward truck in 1959, the first direct-injection diesel engine in the 1960s, and the first gas engine NPR in 1992. These achievements have helped make Isuzu Commercial Truck the No.1-selling low cab forward truck in America for 20 straight years.


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