Isuzu offering special leasing deal on 2014 NPR Eco-Max

Isuzu offering special leasing deal on 2014 NPR Eco-Max

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America is offering a special lease deal on new 2014 NPR Eco-Max trucks fitted with a Morgan delivery van body.

The program offers customers a 48-month /35,000-mi. closed-end iLease through Isuzu Finance of America, Inc., for as little as $595 per month with only $1,190 due at lease signing on approved credit.

“This could be the deal of a lifetime,” said Shaun Skinner, executive vice president and general manager of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America. “At Isuzu, we already pride ourselves on offering an incredibly low cost of ownership. At only $595 per month for four years, these special edition trucks—already upfitted and ready to go—represent the lowest total cost of ownership for a Class 3 truck in the market today.”

Each special edition truck begins with a 13,000-lb. GVWR 2014 Isuzu NPR Eco-Max standard cab equipped with air conditioning, a rear dome lamp and safety kit. It is powered by an Isuzu 3.0L 4JJ1-TC turbocharged diesel engine, which produces 150 hp. and 282 lbs.-ft. of torque.

The Morgan body is a standard size 16 ft. by 96 in. by 85 in. box with 5 ½ in. long sills so a walk ramp or liftgate can be installed. Payload capacity is 5,120 lbs.

The vehicle is covered by a 24-month /60,000-mi. covered maintenance program. The program includes complimentary maintenance services at 4,000 mi., again at 10,000 mi., and continuing every 10,000 mi. up to 24 months or 60,000 mi., whichever comes first, and a 50,000 mi. service.

Dealer-installed accessories and higher-mileage lease terms are available so that customers can personalize the truck and the terms to their individual needs.

The special lease program is available through Dec. 31, 2014 while available vehicles remain in stock.

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