CERRITOS, CA – Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc. (ICTA) has announced pricing for its new N-Series diesel models; however, the redesigned truck will not be unveiled until next year. “Our redesigned N-Series diesel products — to be unveiled in January 2007 — will be the newest and most advanced low-cab forwards on the market,” said Todd Bloom, General Motors Isuzu Commercial Truck marketing vice president. The new pricing reflects a revamped design and added technology. The average MSRP increase for the new N-Series diesel trucks — which includes the 2007-model year NPR and the 2008-model year NPR HD, NQR, and NRR — will be $4,400. Of this, approximately $3,300 is estimated for the equipment and regeneration technology used to meet the upcoming government-mandated emissions standards. As a part of the GM and Isuzu joint partnership, the Isuzu produced N-Series is also marketed by GM as the W-Series. Pricing will be effective Jan. 1, 2007.

Originally posted on Fleet Financials

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