Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL) is thrilled to be back at this year’s Brisbane Truck Show, with a product display set to be bigger and better than ever before.
IAL is showcasing a range of the brand’s popular light, medium and heavy-duty trucks, including Isuzu’s ever-popular Ready-to-Work (RTW) models. All are backed by the best aftersales support available in the Australian truck market.
Isuzu Power Solutions (IPS) also has a strong presence on the stand, with a comprehensive line-up of power units and generator sets on show.
The time away from live events has made Isuzu Trucks even more excited to be back at such historic events like the Brisbane Truck Show. Originally held in the Brisbane suburb of Rocklea when the show launched under the name the Queensland Truck Show in the 1970s, the event has held a special place in the hearts of truck owners and those in the industry for over 50 years.
In a landmark 2022, Isuzu Trucks celebrate its 50th year of operation in Australia, the sale of the brand’s 250,000th truck and the achievement of a remarkable 34th consecutive year as the top-selling truck brand in the country. Adding to that, 2022 saw record sales of 13,360 units, representing 30.1 per cent of all trucks sold in Australia.
What to expect at the show
Isuzu Trucks cannot wait to show Brisbane Truck Show attendees the breadth of the famous Ready-to-Work (RTW) range. With a large variety of units including the market leading N Series on display during the show, there will be something for everyone thanks to the N Series broad GVM span that covers all manner of applications and end-uses.
In the light-duty space Isuzu are continuing to forge an unshakable reputation in the critical market segment as more trade businesses and fleet buyers are taking a pass on traditional utes and making the strategic business move into efficient and fit-for-purpose light-duty trucks.
Born ready, Isuzu’s RTW line-up includes the Vanpack, Freightpack, Traypack, Servicepack, Tradepack and a broad range of Tippers.
Stand-goers will also experience a selection of Isuzu’s market-leading medium-duty F Series models, including a range of engine, transmission and wheelbase options equipped to tackle just about every application imaginable.
At the heavier end of the product spectrum, Isuzu is represented in Brisbane by the popular, fit-for-purpose FY Series. Finding a home in a range of different industries from concrete agitation to construction, freight and waste, the FY Series punches well above its weight.
Full support of the trucks once they’re out on the road will also be a feature of the stand with representation from Isuzu’s parts range and information on Isuzu Service Agreements – a straightforward and easy way to make servicing and maintenance a seamless and predicable process for owner drivers and fleet managers alike.
Isuzu Trucks have signalled that the Brisbane Truck Show will also see the launch of the new era of Isuzu Care, the much-loved aftersales support and customer experience program, first established back in 2006.
Covering all customer touch points, from initial enquiry to purchase, to build and delivery through to initial and ongoing use, 2023 marks the biggest change to the customer-focused care program since its inception. One such part is the industry leading six-year warranty and six-year roadside assistance. Across the board, a greater level of customer experience is the new standard for Isuzu Care.
Rounding-out the display in Brisbane, the Isuzu stand features a range of engine products from Isuzu Power Solutions (IPS). These cover the range of applications that includes irrigation, remote power generation, mining, viniculture and excavation.
The knowledgeable IPS team can discuss the integration of secondary engine requirements into truck applications, including rural fire truck applications.