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Hino New Zealand Has Begun Teasing The Local Market

Hino is, and has always been committed to changing the game. They are certainly leading the charge with their redesigned next generation 500 Series Standard Cab. This new release is set to be unleashed on the market on February 20 this year, and New Zealand has already begun testing on their latest offering.

Shigeru Nakada, Hino Motors chief engineer stated *The truck market has recently required not only loading capacity, roadability and durability, but also safety, driveability and comfort. In developing the new Hino we sought to produce a sophisticated new product that will outperform the current truck and its competitors. *

Darren Salt, Hino general manager added that these new trucks were modern and would be a strong player on the market and will be sure to keep drivers extremely happy. *This truck is all about safety and performance. We know our customers need the latest technologies in order to compete in their field. So, this Hino will be the herald of a new generation of trucks, redesigned from the ground up with the driver in mind.*

Hino will have a range of Hino truck parts available to coincide with the launch. On the back of launching an extremely comprehensive safety package that is now standard across all their classes, Hino is again paving the way for a more intelligent and responsible class of truck.


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