The History of Isuzu
In the U.S., the very first Isuzu truck arrived at the Port of Jacksonville, Florida on November 10, 1984. This was the KS22 truck with an 87-hp naturally aspirated diesel engine mated to a manual transmission. The Isuzu low cab forward design introduced U.S. business owners to a smarter way to work with trucks that are maneuverable, offer a low cost of ownership and deliver remarkable durability. After two short years, Isuzu trucks became the best-selling low cab forward trucks in America – an accolade that still holds true today.
Since 1984, over 500,000 Isuzu trucks have been delivered in North America. Our products have come a long way since the KS22, and we continue to build and innovate as our predecessors have. You’ll find the quality, durability and innovation that can only come from a century of expertise in every Isuzu truck, and we’re not finished!
THE UNDISPUTED CLASS 3-5 WORKHORSE
Isuzu Trucks are designed to maximize payload and fuel economy along with comfort, efficiency and productivity. From city deliveries to the toughest of landscape, these low cab forward trucks have the versatility to fit your business.
Offering 4 wheelbases from 109 to 176-in., the N-Series gas truck can accommodate bodies ranging from 10 to 20 ft. and have a GVWR up to 14,500lbs.
Offering four wheelbases from 109 to 176-in., the diesel-powered N-Series can accommodate bodies ranging from 10 to 20 ft. and has a GVWR up to 14,500 lbs.
Offering eight (8) wheelbases from 152 to 248-in., the diesel-powered FTR can accommodate bodies ranging from 14 to 30 ft. and has a GVWR of 25,950 lbs.