The 2013 Hino 195 Crew Cab should be arriving in dealer yards about now. Built on the company’s 19,500-lb-GVWR cabover chassis, the truck is said to offer big payload capability.
The four-door, six-passenger cab sits atop Hino’s 5.1-litre diesel producing 210 hp and 440 lb ft of torque, combined with Aisin’s six-speed fully automatic A465 transmission. The new Hino complies with EPA 2010 emission regs by way of selective catalytic reduction.
It has an exclusive ‘magnetic’ suspension seat in a cab designed to accommodate drivers up to 6.5 ft. tall, the company says. Standard features include air conditioning, keyless entry, and Bluetooth communication. Outward vision is aided by Hino’s ‘wide-view A-pillar’ design.
The new 195 Crew Cab is covered by Hino’s ‘1-3-5’ Customer Protection Program that combines one-year/50,000-km free maintenance, three years of HinoWatch roadside assistance, and a five-year/280,000-km engine and transmission warranty.
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