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Posted by on Jun 13, 2018 in Automotive |

Isuzu NPR Trucks For Sale in Texas

Isuzu NPR Trucks For Sale in Texas

Isuzu NPR N-series trucks are manufactured by Isuzu Motors Ltd. Isuzu Motors is a company located in Japan with assembly and manufacturing plants in Fujisawa, Tochigi, and Hokkaido prefectures.

You can purchase Isuzu NPR for sale in Texas by performing an internet search. Isuzu commercial truck sellers offer various features along with new or gently used vehicles.

Isuzu offers an NPR N-series gas truck for sale. The NPR N-Series trucks are gas engine trucks which run clean, reliable, and economical. They are available in 12,000 and 14,500 lb. class with a standard cab or crew bag configurations. The wheelbase ranges from 109 to 178 inches. The long wheelbase can accommodate ten to twenty feet bodies. The crew cabs style provides for seating arrangements for seven people.

The new Isuzu NPR N-Series trucks have a 6.0L V-8 Vortec engine with a double overdrive 6-speed automatic transmission to improve vehicle performance and fuel economy. New vehicles come with a 100,000-mile maintenance-free ignition system and an optional CNG/LPG capable engine.

To maximize interior space, the interior of Isuzu NPR trucks offers an exclusive Hexapod design. This allows for maximum comfort and functionality to save consumers time and money.

Isuzu also offers 24/7roadside assistance on all new N-Series trucks. This covers breakdowns and lockouts anywhere within the United States. A tow truck can be dispatched to provide minor repair on the spot or take the vehicle to the nearest dealer for repair.

Since 1986, the NPR has been the number one selling low cab forward truck in the United States. Many sellers of commercial trucks offer a comprehensive inventory of Isuzu NPR for sale. Texas has specific rules and regulations about transferring title on commercial vehicles so be sure to check with your county’s licensing office.

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