Isuzu has announced sweeping changes to its 2022 interim model year N-Series diesel trucks.
Designated as model year 2022i vehicles, improvements include: an optional advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), including emergency braking and lane departure warning; standard electronic vehicle stability control; new standard and optional fuel tanks; standard disc brakes; and a refreshed exterior and interior.
Isuzu will continue to offer the Mobileye suite of collision and lane departure warning systems for whose who elect not to spec’ the new ADAS.
Exterior enhancements include bi-LED headlamps providing more light and less heat than halogen bulbs. Turn signals have a new shape and accent brow and a matte silver grille replaces the previous white one, with chrome an option.
Inside the Hexapod cab, darker gray color schemes can be found on the lower section with darker accents including the steering wheel, gear shift lever, parking brake lever and other controls. Seating surfaces have also been upgraded.
The upgrades were announced at the virtual NTEA Work Truck Show. Canadian dealers will offer the new model in the third quarter, Isuzu announced.
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