Isuzu Trucks N35.125 T SWB Utili-truk Tipper - BRAND NEW Twin rear wheel model - 3 years Unlimited Mileage warranty & Isuzu Assist Package - Towing capacity of 3,500kgs. Specification includes 6 speed gearbox, Remote Key Activated Central Locking, CD player, Electrically Operated Windows. NO AD-BLUE & NO OPERATORS LICENSE REQUIRED. TIPPER SPECIFICATION DIMENSIONS: 2,575mm Length x 1,950mm Wide Fully galvanised steel sub frames & steel tipping gear, Multistage direct lift under floor ram, Wander lead control complete with ‘Body Up’ warning light, Dual tone audible warning buzzer, Electro hydraulic power pack with thermoplastic oil reservoir, Hose burst safety valve, Rubber moulded body rests, Fully galvanised gantry with cab protection infill panel, 18mm alloy ‘Tippadek’ heavy duty interlocking floor system, Single 400mm high alloy mill finish drop side boards c/w recessed spring catches, 400mm high alloy mill finish tailboard with 2-way hinge assembly and rubber stops, Fully galvanised heavy duty removable corner posts, Heavy duty under floor tie points either side, Half round thermoplastic mud wings, Integral body prop, Safety decals and colour instruction manual, LED side and rear marker lights to regulations as required, Fully type approved design. TOOL-POD SPECIFICATION Tool-pod mounted to chassis between body and cab Standard dimension – Approx. cab height x 2,000mm wide x 600mm deep (App width 450mm) Horizontal shelf mounted centrally, Galvanised steel end frames, Aluminium roller shutter with hasp & staple, GRP white finished panels. *FINANCE LEASE EXAMPLE - Initial of £3,786.36 + VAT, followed by 60 monthly rentals of £315.53 + VAT, commencing month 2, with final monthly payment of £5,400 + VAT. Vehicle Price £23,495 + VAT, Road fund license & first registration fee. Finance Example is for business purposes only in the UK and is subject to credit acceptance and any qualifications in government or company policy. Finance Provided
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.