Isuzu Commercial Truck of America recently delivered its 500000th truck since the brand entered North America The NSeries was sold to Farmers Home Furniture making it the 235th Isuzu truck the retailer has purchased

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America recently delivered its 500,000th truck since the brand entered North America. The N-Series was sold to Farmers Home Furniture, making it the 235th Isuzu truck the retailer has purchased.

Isuzu marks milestone, delivers 500,000th truck

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America has delivered the 500,000th Isuzu-built truck since the Isuzu brand entered the North American market in 1984. The N-Series truck was sold to Farmers Home Furniture in Dublin, GA. The unit marked the 235th Isuzu truck the home-furnishings retailer has purchased.

“We are very proud that a half a million Isuzu-built trucks have been sold over the last 31 years,” said Shaun Skinner, executive vice president and general manager. “This milestone is really a tribute to the durability and reliability of the Isuzu product, and the loyalty of customers like Farmers Home Furniture.”

Phillip Faircloth, president and chief executive officer of Farmers Home Furniture, said: “We began buying Isuzu trucks in October 1998, and we’ve never stopped. Our drivers like them because they’re so maneuverable, and they offer a high cab design with a panoramic view that makes them easy to drive. From a company perspective, we like them because of their reliability, long-term dependability and fuel efficiency. Farmers’ success is built on long term relationships. Isuzu is one such partner playing an important role in its ability to assist us in delivery of fine furniture to America’s small towns. This is our 235th Isuzu truck, but it won’t be our last.”

Farmers Home Furniture has 187 stores throughout the Southeast.

Isuzu said its diesel-powered trucks range from the 12,000-lb. GVWR NPR ECO-MAX to the 19,500-lb. GVWR NRR. Both standard and crew cab models are offered and all are available in a range of wheelbases to meet the needs of a variety of applications.

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