Hino Trucks introduces new models, cab configurations

Hino Trucks introduces new models, cab configurations

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Hino has unified its entire lineup of trucks, including model names.  Hino’s new ‘M Series’ Class 4/5 COE’s and new ‘L Series’ Class 6/7 Conventional trucks, which combined with Hino’s recently launched ‘XL Series’ Class 7/8 vehicles, creates a cohesive family of commercial trucks.

Each vehicle now contains larger cab configurations and a full suite of features adding safety, fresh designs, durability, flexibility and connectivity options, making it clear why Hino is the fastest growing medium-duty truck brand.

The new cab-over-engine (COE) truck models carry Hino M4 and Hino M5 badging with the number in the naming scheme representing GVW class. For 2021MY, these trucks have been upgraded with an all-new grille design complete with optional LED headlights and HD six-speed Aisin automatic transmission with gear hold feature.  Available with an OEM fully integrated lane departure warning system and interior upgrades with a new shifter layout, steering wheel controls, an all-new gauge cluster including a 4.2-in. LCD multi-information display and driver’s seatbelt sensor.

The new Conventional line is represented by the Hino L6 and Hino L7 models. These models offer optional LED headlights, and the cab interior has been re-engineered with an automotive grade finish designed for commercial use and improved functionality, steering wheel controls, a large 7-in. LCD multi-information display, more storage and leg room.  The Hino L Series also offers safety systems that include electronic stability control (ESC), collision mitigation system (CMS), lane departure warning (LDW), active cruise control (ACC) and driver’s seatbelt sensor. Adding even more functionality to your business are new wheelbase options and extended and crew cab configurations. 

The 30-in. extended cab will have seating for five and the 44-in. crew cab will have full-size doors and seat 6 passengers and provide the comfort of rear zone A/C and heat.

The Hino XL Series also gets new advantages for 2021 model year including the extended cab and crew cab configurations and a snow plow package complete with an 18,000 lb. GVW front axle and front frame extensions. The Hino XL7 and XL8 will now come standard with a driver’s seatbelt sensor and available ACC building on the trucks’ ESC, CMS and LDW active safety solutions.

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Hino Trucks dealers are now accepting orders for the new 2021 models.  The extended and crew cab variants will be added in the Spring and the XL snow plow package in Summer timeframe.  

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