Isuzu is now once again offering a gasoline-powered N-Series medium-duty truck.
ANAHEIM, Cal. — Isuzu has begun production of its new N-Series gasoline-powered medium-duty trucks.
The trucks are being assembled by Spartan Motors in Charlotte, Mich., the company announced. It’s the first time in two years that gas-powered N-Series trucks have been offered by Isuzu. They were previously built at a GM plant that has ceased operations.
The new N-Gas models come with a Vortec 6-litre V8 engine with 297 hp and 372 lb.-ft. of torque.
“With the introduction of these new models, our dealers once again offer the broadest range of low-cab-forward solutions in the industry,” said Shaun Skinner, executive vice-president and general manager of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America. “We are especially pleased that Spartan – one of the industry’s most respected manufacturers of high-quality specialty chassis and vehicles – is assembling our N-Series gas trucks. Their expertise and quality workmanship will be an enormous benefit to us, to our dealers, and to the end users of our vehicles.”
The gasoline-powered trucks will be available in Isuzu dealerships beginning this month, the company announced.
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