The 7.5 tonner from Isuzu, the N75 comes with a choice of 150 or 190hp engines. Impressive power for a low unladen weight, high payload truck.
Fitted as standard with the ‘Easyshift’ transmission, the N75 often finds itself in high payload applications, such as car transporters or tippers, but is equally at home in a local distribution environment.
Part of the ‘Forward’ range of trucks from Isuzu the truck is best known as the N75.
The used market demonstrates where the model has succeeded – typically high payload urban environments. So there are usually plenty of conversions to refuse trucks, recovery and fridge trucks.
The arrival of the latest Isuzu dropside truck into the fleet of TIS (NGA) LTD, completes a programme of four new Isuzus, covering both 7.5 tonne and 3.5 tonne GVW, that have been delivered to the north-east company during 2021, literally doubling their overall fleet size within 12 months. Supplied by local Isuzu dealer Thompson Commercials, two Isuzu N75.150 (E) 7.5 tonne long wheelbase trucks, fitted with dropside bodies from Robinson Truck Bodies, and two Isuzu Grafter N35.125(S) 3.5 tonne long wheelbase trucks, fitted with TGS dropside bodies, are now working in the TIS (NGA) LTD fleet, delivering fabric maintenance…>
A four tonne plus payload was the most important criteria for choosing a 7.5 tonner to carry completed ambulances for delivery. Specialist vehicle converter Blue Light Services needed a new delivery vehicle to carry its finished ambulances from its production facilities to customers and the Isuzu N75 came up trumps – the company’s first ever Isuzu. The long wheelbase Isuzu N75.150 (E) has a curtainsided, beavertail body manufactured by Truck Craft The southern based bodybuilder has taken delivery of the N75.150 7.5 tonne rigid chassis, fitted with a curtainsided, beavertail body to transport completed ambulance chassis for its customers all…>
Instead of being an exhibit, National Museums Liverpool has just bought their first Isuzu Truck to go to work. With a uniquely specified body, the investment in the truck is significant and the museum group hopes to keep it in operation for up to a decade. Safety, security and climate are vital when moving priceless works of art around the eight museums under its jurisdiction within the Merseyside area. Highly specified refrigerated body and tail lift on the N75.150 To that end, this new Isuzu N75.150 rigid is a specialist 7.5 tonne temperature-controlled truck designed specifically for the delivery and…>
With their trucks running up and down country lanes, the more compact the truck the better for regional food company Waterdene Foodservice Ltd. This, and the ease of driveability for multi-drop work, means that the company opt for Isuzu Trucks. Indeed, Waterdene now operates 24 Isuzu 7.5 tonne rigid trucks within its total fleet of 25 refrigerated vehicles. Waterdene's Fleet is almost 100% Isuzu Bespoke Fridge Truck Specification With the recent arrival of four more new Isuzu N75.190E rigids and a further two more to come later in the year, the popularity of Isuzu in the Waterdene fleet continues to…>
With the arrival of six new Isuzu 7.5 tonne N75.190 rigid trucks, York-based company Genta Medical now has gone 100% with Isuzu for all its 7.5 tonne distribution vehicles. As a long-standing operator of the Isuzu marque, going back as far as 2009 when they took delivery of their first Isuzu, Genta Medical has really good long-term proven experience of the brand, as Genta’s transport manager Neil Dobson confirms, “With having operated Isuzus for so long, we know that very little tends to go wrong with them on a daily basis. This reliability is essential for our distribution cycles, bearing…>