Isuzu's FVR trucks get good response
KUALA LUMPUR: Isuzu's new medium-duty FVR trucks have attracted strong demand.
Since the launch in April this year, bookings for the trucks have been positive and Isuzu Malaysia is confident of achieving its target of 35 units this year.
The company recently began delivering the initial batch of vehicles that were assembled at the Isuzu-Hicom Malaysia plant in Pekan Pahang to customers nationwide.
Buyers included its early fleet purchaser Integrated Cold Chain Logistics Sdn Bhd that took delivery of three units of the 18-tonne vehicles. The company's managing director Kevin Lim said the purchase decision was based on the brand's strong reputation.
According to Isuzu Malaysia chief operating officer Daisuke Ishida, bookings for the trucks have been steadily increasing due to the product's strong features, solid reputation for fuel economy and dependability.
"The feedback from many of those who have experienced the vehicle have been positive with most of them impressed with the good build quality, easy manoeuverability and strong engine performance. "I believe that once this initial batch of vehicles begins to prove themselves, more corporations will be convinced of the FVR's capabilities," Ishida said in a statement.
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