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Over the last 60+ years, Isuzu has made Improvements to the N-series Diesel, redesigning, re-engineering, adding features to improve operator comfort and adding new technology, always with customer needs in mind.
The 2023 Isuzu N-Series line of diesel trucks are the safest, most comfortable, most capable N-Series trucks ever. Every Isuzu N-Series diesel truck features standard LED headlamps that use less energy, last longer, and generate less heat than halogen bulbs. Rear disc brakes run cooler and are more resistant to fading than drum brakes are now standard on every N-Series diesel truck. New Electronic Stability Control monitors the truck’s steering wheel angle, individual wheel rotation speed, lateral G forces and more. When the system senses that the driver is at risk of losing control of the vehicle, it automatically reduces engine output and applies braking as needed to help the driver maintain stability. ESC works in tandem with an advanced traction-control system that works to provide tire grip when the truck is on loose or wet surfaces.
The Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) package Includes the Automatic Emergency Braking System (AEBS), a Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), all of which employ a dual-camera sensing system mounted atop the dashboard. AEBS includes both vehicle and pedestrian detection. LDWS uses the dual-camera sensing system to “read” the lines on the road ahead. ACC takes the convenience of traditional cruise control a step further by allowing the driver to set a desired speed and a desired following distance from the vehicle ahead.
GVWR: 19,500 pounds
GCWR: 25,500 pounds
Body/Payload Allowance: 12,221 to 12,997 lbs.
Engine: 5.2L I4 turbocharged 4-cylinder; 215 HP @ 2,500 RPM; 452 lb-ft @ 1,850 RPM
Brakes: Vacuum/Hydraulic with 4-channel ABS
Tires: 225/70R 19.5F (12-pr)
Fuel Tank: 30 gallon stainless steel in-frame
Transmission: 6-speed automatic
Body Application: Up to 24 feet
Cab: Seating for 3 (standard)/Seating for 7 (crew)