Isuzu Truck South Africa now offers genuine OEM parts at competitive prices for customers.
Isuzu Trucks South Africa (ITSA) this week celebrated a major milestone when the 30 000th Isuzu truck rolled off the production line at General Motors South Africa's (GMSA) Kempston Road plant.
The Year to Date (YTD) Isuzu Trucks volume has increased by 20% in the same period for 2014, while the truck market has declined by 5%. Isuzu Trucks’ full-year share in 2014 was 12.9%, and this has increased to 13.3%, with April/May figures averaging 15.5% and June demonstrating a 2.2% increase to finish at 17.7%.
South Africa’s transport system has always faced many challenges, amongst which is having adequately safe means of transporting labourers and equipment.
"There’s something about Isuzu Truck South Africa – the company, the products and the people – that imparts a “feel good” vibe when dealing with the company."
When it comes to the bread-and-butter segment of the South African economy, medium commercial vehicles have traditionally been favoured in urban delivery applications.
The two Isuzu FSR 800 AMT’s entered for the test, were identical vehicles except for the aerodynamic kit fitted to the one unit.
As jy die taak gedaan wil kry – veral as dit iets swaars is wat vervoer moet word – hoef jy nie verder te gaan soek as Isuzu se F-Series-swaargewigte nie. In die reeks is ’n vragmotor vir elke taak en toepassing.
Service delivery is a term on everyone’s mind in modern society and effective municipal service delivery requires road transport to match the tasks South African urbanisation is creating. This is where Isuzu trucks are proving their versatility and worth in both large and small municipal fleets.
The 13th Amendment to the National Road Traffic Act published in Government Gazette 29865 – 4 May 2007 – carried changes to Regulation 247.