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Isuzu helps new truck buyers halve their service costs

Isuzu Trucks is offering new truck buyers a six-year Essentials Service Agreement package for the price of a three-year deal on selected N Series Ready-to-Work and N Series cab-chassis models.

The new offer launched today and is available until September 30.

Eligible trucks purchased during the promotion period also come backed by Isuzu’s six-year standard factory warranty (or 250,000 km) covering cab chassis, and three-year (unlimited km) warranty on body equipment (Ready-to-Work models). The offer also includes six years of 24/7 unlimited roadside assistance.

“Our customers have their own businesses to attend to, so we’re inviting them to relieve what can be a major point of angst—servicing and maintenance,” said Brett Stewart, Isuzu Australia’s head of after-sales.

“With this Isuzu Essential Service Agreement deal, you have a competitive upfront cost for the business that comprehensively takes care of the servicing requirements for the first six years of ownership.

“This helps to manage the unexpected and streamline operations and to ensure the absolute best return on the purchase of the vehicle.”

As newly released research from the Future of Trucking Report shows, a large proponent of truck owners see the benefit in a service agreement as part of their ownership package (41 per cent), while 65 per cent of truck owners prefer genuine OEM parts for replacement.

“It’s imperative that vehicles are maintained within manufacturer’s requirements to make sure they’re operating safely, and complying with regulations,” Stewart said.

“Electing to use an authorised Isuzu dealership and genuine OEM parts will ensure you’re receiving all the associated benefits such as factory trained technicians reliability, longevity, and peace of mind.”

Isuzu’s versatile N Series range boasts models spanning 4500kg Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) (suitable for use with a standard car licence) through to 8700kg GVM models and takes in the pre-built Ready-to-Work range of trucks, specified for a number of trade applications.

“Commercial and domestic industries are currently in high demand, especially tradespeople and their associated capital equipment,” Stewart said.

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