As a leading manufacturer of commercial vehicles Isuzu takes pride in its ability provide business solutions by offering a wide range of medium, heavy and extra-heavy commercial vehicles for all applications.

With its latest programmes, Isuzu aims to save customers time by supplying trucks which are ready to work as soon as the purchase transaction is complete. To do this, Isuzu has matched its most popular trucks to the most frequently ordered 22 truck body applications that are fully built and ready to hit the road as soon as the deal is done.

“Our Ready to Work Programme is an innovative way of facilitating faster delivery of new trucks to customers. This is key in our fluid and rapidly changing market where operators have to respond quickly to meet market demand or service new business contracts,” said Craig Uren, senior vice President Isuzu Sales and Marketing.

Isuzu’s ready to work programme gives truck buyers the option of selecting from a menu of twenty-two different truck chassis and body combinations designed to go to work without the need to buy a separate body for the job.

“Traditionally a customer can wait up to six weeks for a custom body to be built and fitted after they buy a truck,” continued Uren.

Isuzu assembles and sells a range of popular commercial vehicles in the small, medium, and heavy truck categories. The trucks have gained popularity with South African commercial fleet operators who require durable, efficient trucks for their operations.

Some of the popular truck and body combinations include configurations for applications such as water tankers, waste compactors, and hazardous chemical transporters.

Isuzu is committed to providing their customers with complete care and peace of mind. Accordingly, Isuzu Trucks come standard with a 2-year/unlimited km warranty and a three-year/unlimited km anti-corrosion warranty, cab only. Customers also have the option of extending their warranty to a 3 to 5-year Variable Warranty Plan.

About Isuzu Motors South Africa

Isuzu Motors South Africa is a wholly owned subsidiary of Isuzu Motors Limited of Japan. Isuzu has had a presence in South Africa since 1964, when the first commercial vehicles entered the market, which was soon followed by the introduction of light commercial vehicles in 1972. The brand’s popularity grew and resulted in local production of light commercial vehicles in 1978.  Today, Isuzu remains one of South Africa’s leading commercial vehicle brands and has become renowned for its durability and reliability.