Isuzu sites keep users up to speed with '07

Aug. 1, 2006
To keep consumers up to date with changes from the 2007 emissions standards, Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc has launched a new web site, isuzudieselengine.com,

To keep consumers up to date with changes from the 2007 emissions standards, Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc has launched a new web site, isuzudieselengine.com, and enhanced its commercial vehicle site, isuzucv.com.

The isuzudieselengine.com site provides information exclusive to Isuzu diesel engines, the 6H (7.8L), and the 4H (5.2L). This includes features and benefits, specifications, horsepower and torque ratings, and warranty information for Isuzu upfitters and end users. It also contains a competitive comparison section.

The isuzucv.com site now includes features, specifications, horsepower and torque ratings, and warranty information for both the Isuzu diesel and Vortec gas engine options. This site also details the 2007 emissions standards and how Isuzu is prepared to meet them and the needs of the medium-duty consumer. Features consist of business uses, frequently asked questions, and a dealer locater.

Both sites include downloadable emissions brochures for Isuzu and General Motors medium-duty vehicles.

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