MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Hino Motors Canada will be introducing its new 165 model cabover engine (COE) truck in May.
With all the same standard features and equipment as Hino’s other COE models, the new Hino 165 is positioned at the top of the Class 4 GVWR range at 16,000 lbs. Available wheelbase options for the model will accommodate body lengths ranging up to 18’. Hino officials say the design is intended to maximize payload capability.
Hino’s new COE model is powered by its 210 horsepower turbo diesel engine rated at 440 lb.-ft. torque and is coupled to a six-speed fully automatic transmission. The cab includes an “industry exclusive” driver’s magnetic suspension seat designed to maximize driver comfort. Optional rear air ride suspension will also be made available on the new model, Hino said.
“Hino continues to bring innovative products to the marketplace that meet and exceed customer expectations. Hino’s fundamental design philosophy incorporates the principles of ‘Quality, Durability and Reliability’ as the essential DNA of every Hino vehicle,” said Eric Smith, vice-president of sales and marketing for Hino Canada. “With this product, Hino Canada is very pleased to respond to the demands of the market place with a product at the top of the Class 4 GVWR range.”
The new Hino 165 will be available for orders starting in May.
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