Hino Trucks adds Class 4 vehicle to medium-duty lineup

Hino Trucks adds Class 4 model to medium-duty lineup

Hino Trucks announced the addition of a Class 4 155 Model to its product offering during the NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis. With the addition of the 155 Model, Hino now offers product ranging from Class 4 through Class 7.

The 155 Model has a GVWR of 14,500 lbs. and is powered by Hino’s J05E-TP engine rated at 210 HP. The Class 4 cab-over also comes standard with a five-year, 175,000-mile powertrain warranty; HinoWatch, Hino’s 24-hour 7-day a week roadside assistance program; and HinoCare, Hino’s two year or 60,000 miles preventative care program. Hino will also offer a double cab version of the Class 4, marketed as the 155-DC model.

With the addition of the 155 and 155-DC, customers in the Class 4 market can now experience Hino’s long- term quality and low cost of ownership, said Hino.

“We are very excited to announce the addition of the 155 and 155-DC to our model line-up. We will now be able to better serve the needs of our customers with a wider range of product offerings,” said Glenn Ellis, vice president of marketing, dealer operations and product planning for Hino Trucks.

The 155 and 155-DC will be available at Hino Trucks dealers in May 2015.

For more information on Hino Trucks, visit www.hino.com.

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