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Isuzu stopped selling passenger vehicles in the US back in 2009, but they’re still one of the top commercial truck dealers in the country. They’re favored for their reliability — and their three-year unlimited-mile engine warranty on all new diesel vehicles backs that up.
If you’re planning to purchase a new truck, you have four financing options to choose from:
Isuzu doesn’t list manufacturer suggest retail prices on its website, and prices will vary by dealership. Expect to pay anywhere from $40,000 for a new gas NPR truck to over $80,000 for a new diesel FTR.
To find out how much a new Isuzu truck costs in your area, you can use the site’s Get a Quote feature on the bottom of its homepage to get a price quote from a local dealer.
Yes. The N-Series gas trucks come with a three-year, 36,000-mile basic warranty and a five-year, 75,000-mile engine warranty. Both the N-Series diesel and F-Series trucks come with a three-year unlimited-mile basic and engine warranty.
Plus, all new Isuzu trucks have a two-year, 24,000-mile tire warranty and a four-year, unlimited-mile corrosion warranty.
Because not very many people were buying them. Isuzu slowly cut down the number of models it was selling in the US, trying to focus on only its bestsellers. By early 2009, the only two Isuzu non-commercial vehicles being sold in the US were the Ascender SUV and I-Series pickup trucks — and neither were selling well.
In January 2009, Isuzu announced that it was pulling both from the US market. However, the company’s commercial trucks continue to sell well and are available in the states.
Isuzu may not sell cars in the US anymore, but the manufacturer’s commercial box trucks are some of the best in the business. If you want a chance to upgrade your truck regularly or you don’t know if you’ll still be in business in a few years, leasing a truck can help you save.
But if you’re thinking long term and you’re ready to buy, compare car loan providers before you head to the dealership to get the best deal.
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