Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc. has introduced the latest addition to its wide range of N-Series diesel trucks, the NPR-XD.
With a gross vehicle weight rating of 16,000-lb., the NPR-XD bridges the gap between the NPR-HD (GVWR of 14,500-lb.) and the 17,950-lb. GVWR NQR. The new model was announced this week as part of the continuing celebration of the 30th anniversary of Isuzu trucks in the U.S. market.
“This new diesel model meets a number of vocational applications and requirements that previously might have required moving from an NPR-HD up to the NQR,” says Shaun Skinner, executive vice president and general manager of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America. “Now, the NPR-XD offers more payload capacity at an even more competitive price.”
The NPR-XD standard cab will be available in 109, 132.5, 150 and 176 inch wheelbases and will provide a body/payload allowance ranging from 9,281to 9,490 lbs.
The NPR-XD crew cab will be available in 150 and 176 inch wheelbases and will provide a body/payload allowance ranging from 8,711 to 8,779 lbs.
All NPR-XDs will offer 19.5-inch wheels, 225/70R-19.5F 12-ply low rolling resistance tires, a front gross axle weight rating of 6,630 lbs. and a rear GAWR of 11,020 lbs.