Isuzu Trucks for Engineering and Construction
The Isuzu N75.190 is an integral part of the engineering and construction industry, with fleets across a number of construction sites, helping streamline manual tasks.
Isuzu has become the truck of choice for construction and engineering companies due to the reliability, service and practicality that comes as standard with any Isuzu truck. With fleets across household names and blue chip companies, the Isuzu N75 offers market leading payload and excellent fuel economy.
There are two models in the N75 range; the N75.190 Forward which is more suited to laborious jobs and the N75.150 Urban which is ideal for multi drops and local distribution. It’s important to understand the differences and what the capabilities are for your business.
The N75.190 tipper truck has excellent fuel efficiency and business owners have noticed cost savings here when introducing the N75.190 into their fleet and drivers have noticed improvements in both drivability and comfort within the cab itself.
The N75.190 also offers excellent payload capacity, making it a real workhorse across construction sites whether it is a caged tipper with fold over tail lift or tipper with a rear crane.
The transmission is an Isuzu electro hydraulic controlled 6 speed synchromesh MZZ6F with fully automated and sequential shift modes.
With plenty of potential dangers on a construction site, Isuzu wants to eliminate the risk associated with navigating heavy machinery around a site by introducing a host of driver assist features to the N75.190.
The reverse warning ensures those on the ground and drivers around you that the truck is reversing and to keep the area clear. There is also a quick engine warm up feature that allows the truck to meet its optimum temperature quickly, before reverting back to standard startup, reducing the waiting time where the engine is likely to be running but the truck not in action. This will have a positive affect on fuel consumption alone but also the added benefit of more time focused on the job at hand.
The low cab height means there is no requirement for additional mirrors and the windscreen can be easily cleaned from a standing height, which might be a common occurrence on muddy or wet sites.
For improved driver safety, there are cab side impact bars and a reinforced sub frame, adding additional peace of mind for busy construction sites.
The front of the cab features a large front area for sign writing so your business logo can be included on the truck.
Another addition to the Isuzu N75.190 is the option to select the EasyShift automated transmission, designed to make it easier for the driver to navigate tough terrain or tight spaces, without having to switch gears manually. All N75 models have the option to choose from Isuzu’s Easyshift or manual transmissions to suit the driver requirements.
The cab can be easily tilted with the lever by the driver, to reveal the engine mechanisms. This means the driver can easily top up the coolant, check the oil and run any other regular checks with ease. The brake fluid reservoir is easily located near the driver side of the cab.
The spare wheel and spare wheel carrier are located towards the back of the wheelbase for easy access.
Contact our friendly team to discuss investing in a new Isuzu truck for your construction fleet.