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2013 Isuzu NPR HD 14 Ft Dry Van Truck – Feature Friday

This new Isuzu NR HD Dry Freight Van is the Featured Truck of the week
New 2013 Isuzu NPR HD with 14 Ft. Morgan Dry Freight Van Body, 14,500 GVW, Isuzu 4HKi-TC 5.2 Liter engine, 215 HP Transmission Aisin A465-6 speed Limited slip differential,  215/85R16E tires, Bluetooth radio, AC, Cruise Control, Power windows and door locks, Block heater, DOT safety Kit, 85X96X14’, Step bumper, Plywood lined, Hardwood floor, One row recessed e track.  Ready to roll at $45,995 Tax and tags additional.

See all of our New Isuzu Dry Van / Box Truck truck inventory here.

By |March 18th, 2016|Feature Friday, Isuzu Trucks, Truck Sales|Comments Off on 2013 Isuzu NPR HD 14 Ft Dry Van Truck – Feature Friday

2016 Isuzu NPR EFI Dump Truck – Feature Friday

This new Isuzu NPR EFI Mason Dump Truck is the Featured Truck of the week
Congratulations to the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society on the 2016 Philadelphia Flower Show, Spring is just around the corner!

By |March 11th, 2016|Bentley News & Events, Feature Friday, Isuzu Trucks|Comments Off on 2016 Isuzu NPR EFI Dump Truck – Feature Friday

Mitsubishi Fuso is Going Electric

Mitsubishi Fuso at the Work Truck Show

After the Show

Fuso was at this years 2016 Work Truck Show and debuted two prototypes of it’s E-cell all-electric truck

Here’s an interesting article from the Fleet Equipment Magazine website about Fuso leading up to the show

After a year of in-use testing demonstrated a 64% savings in operating costs compared to an equivalent diesel-powered vehicle in the same service, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America Inc. (MFTA) will debut two prototypes of its Fuso E-cell all-electric truck at The Work Truck Show 2016. One of the prototypes will be available for test drives as part of The Work Truck Show Ride-and-Drive.

The testing of the new battery-powered Fuso Canter FE-Series medium-duty cabover, according to MFTA, was conducted by its parent company, Daimler Trucks Asia/Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corp. In a field trial as part of the truck’s ongoing development, fleet customers in Portugal, where the vehicles are manufactured, operated eight prototypes in routine service while Mitsubishi Fuso engineers monitored the vehicles’ performance and use profiles.

An analysis of the data, according to the manufacturer, revealed that the Canter E-cell work trucks required less fuel compared to an equivalent Canter’s average diesel fuel consumption. Actual savings, the company noted, would depend on the cost of diesel fuel and electricity, but based on diesel fuel pricing and electricity costs in Portugal over the test period the E-cell trucks produced a savings of 64%.

Additionally, the OEM pointed out that the eight E-cell test vehicles produced zero CO­­2 tailpipe emissions. A 37% reduction in CO2 emissions compared to diesel-powered trucks was realized, the company added, after accounting for emissions generated by the power plants creating the electricity needed to recharge the truck’s batteries.

The company also reported […]

By |March 9th, 2016|Bentley News & Events, Commercial Trucking Industry, Mitsubishi Fuso Trucks, Press Releases, Truck Sales|Comments Off on Mitsubishi Fuso is Going Electric

Tech Tip Tuesday – Tips on Reducing Fuel Costs

Isuzu’s Tips on Reducing Fuel Costs
Although fuel prices are at an all-time low, you can still improve your bottom line by sticking to these proven ways of reducing fuel consumption. No matter what the price, fuel expenses add up.   The most economic use of your fuel will improve your operation.

It is proven that by reducing your top end speed by 5 to 10 miles, you can improve your fuel economy by 12%.
Once at highway speed, use your cruise control to maintain consistent miles per hour. This will further increase your fuel economy.
Being first off the line burns fuel and tires. Try to avoid panic starts, and stops as well.
Most trucks built since 2012 have automatic idle shut downs built into the software, it just needs to be activated. By using this feature, you can eliminate the driver overriding the shut down, and benefit from increased fuel economy.

Visit our Tech Tips section here.

By |March 8th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Tech Tip Tuesday – Tips on Reducing Fuel Costs

Isuzu Adds Class 6 F-Series Truck

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America unveiled the 2018 Isuzu FTR, the company’s all-new entry in the Class 6 medium-duty truck segment.
Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc. distributor of America’s best-selling low cab forward trucks, unveiled an all-new entry in the Class 6 medium-duty truck segment—the 2018 Isuzu FTR. The company made the announcement today at the National Truck Equipment Association’s 2016 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.

The F-Series truck is slated to go into production in the United States in mid-2017.

“This truck represents our vision of the future of the medium-duty truck industry,” said Shaun Skinner, executive vice president and general manager of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America. “As the adult population grows and as people move to urban centers, there will be an increasing need for delivery trucks that can carry a lot of cargo but at the same time be fuel efficient, maneuverable, environmentally friendly, and that offer a low cost of ownership. The all-new FTR achieves all of these goals.”

Powertrain
The FTR will be powered by Isuzu’s renowned 4HK1-TC 5.2-liter turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine—a first in the segment. “As fuel economy and emissions regulations become stricter, you’re going to see more and more competitors in this class turning to four-cylinder engines,” Skinner said. “Isuzu is a pioneer in developing and building four-cylinder transportation solutions.” Although horsepower and torque ratings have not been finalized, the company noted that the 4HK1 engine is well known for its high torque output. The powerplant will be mated to an Allison 2000 Series automatic transmission. The engine carries a B10 durability of 310,000 miles—meaning that 90% of engines should reach that mileage before requiring an overhaul. An incredible cruising distance can be achieved by the FTR, thanks not only […]

By |March 4th, 2016|Bentley News & Events, Commercial Trucking Industry, Isuzu Trucks, Press Releases, Truck Sales|Comments Off on Isuzu Adds Class 6 F-Series Truck

2016 Hino 268A 24 Ft. Flatbed Stakebody Truck – Feature Friday

This new Hino 268 Stake Body Flatbed Truck is the Featured Truck of the week
This 2016 Hino 268 with 24’ stake body flatbed truck, 25,995 GVW, Hino JO8-VC engine, 220 HP 520 lb. ft. torque, automatic transmission, Allison 2200RDS cruise control, A/C, power windows and door locks, Bluetooth enabled radio, 90 gallon fuel tank, hydraulic brakes, safety kit, Morgan 24 ft stake body, 42” high powered coated racks, Apitong wooden floor, 4 curbside track sliding winches, winch bar, removable racks, $74,900 Tax and tags additional. Contact us for more info on this new Hino flatbed truck.

Click here to view our full line of Hino trucks.

By |March 4th, 2016|Feature Friday, Hino Trucks, Truck Sales|Comments Off on 2016 Hino 268A 24 Ft. Flatbed Stakebody Truck – Feature Friday

Celebrating Our 25 Year Anniversary

We are grateful to reach this milestone which allows us the opportunity to both reflect on our past and to look forward to our future.
As we celebrate, we wanted to take this moment to say Thank You to all of our customers and co-workers, both past and present.

Read about the history of Bentley Truck Services.

By |March 4th, 2016|Bentley News & Events|Comments Off on Celebrating Our 25 Year Anniversary

Mitsubishi Fuso Previewed Canter FE-Series Prototype at NTEA Work Truck Show

 

LOGAN TOWNSHIP, N.J. – Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America has noted that its parent company, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation, is well along in the development of a new all-electric, battery-powered FUSO Canter FE-Series medium-duty cabover work truck. A year of in-use testing has demonstrated that FUSO E-Cell trucks can generate a 64 percent savings in operating costs compared to an equivalent diesel-powered vehicle in the same service.

To ascertain the level of interest in an electric work truck in North America, MFTA showed a Canter E-Cell truck at the NTEA 2016 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.  In addition to the truck shown in the company’s booth, a second E-Cell truck will be available for the Green Truck Summit Ride-and-Drive event at the show.

In-use testing demonstrates benefits of the all-electric e-cell truck
To prove the value of an all-electric work truck, MFTA’s parent company conducted a field trial using eight prototype vehicles, with varied flatbed/stakebody and dry van bodies installed. These trucks were operated by fleet customers in Europe, where the vehicles are assembled. The fleet managers were asked to put the E-Cell trucks to use in routine service while Mitsubishi Fuso engineers closely monitored the vehicles’ performance and use profiles for a full year.

An analysis of the data revealed that the Canter E-Cell work trucks required an average of 76.6 kwh/100 miles (47.6 kwh/100 km), compared to an equivalent Canter’s average diesel fuel consumption of 3.72 gallons/100 miles (14.08 liters/100 km). Actual cost savings in any particular region would depend on the cost in that region of diesel fuel and electricity. Based on diesel fuel pricing and electricity costs in the European locations where the trucks were operated, over the period of the testing, the E-Cell trucks […]

By |March 4th, 2016|Battery-Electric, Commercial Trucking Industry, Mitsubishi Fuso Trucks|Comments Off on Mitsubishi Fuso Previewed Canter FE-Series Prototype at NTEA Work Truck Show

2016 Isuzu NPR EFI 11 Ft. Mason Dump Body Landscape Truck – Feature Friday

This New 2016 Isuzu NPR EFI 11 Ft. Landscape Truck is the Featured Truck of the week
2016 Isuzu gas with a 11′ mason dump with drop down sides. This truck is 14,500 gvwr. The body has a hitch, tarp, and electric brake controller. You can finance this truck for $654/month with just your tax & tags down. Click here for more pictures.

See all of our New Isuzu utility service truck inventory here

By |February 26th, 2016|Feature Friday, Isuzu Trucks, Truck Sales|Comments Off on 2016 Isuzu NPR EFI 11 Ft. Mason Dump Body Landscape Truck – Feature Friday

2014 Isuzu NPR Eco Max 12 Ft. Utility Body Truck – Feature Friday

This new Isuzu NPR Eco Max 12 Ft. Utility Service Body Truck the Featured Truck of the week
The body has interior shelving, latter rack, access latter, and narrow double doors. The truck is loaded with all the options. 12,000 GVW, 3.0Liter Isuzu Engine, 4JJI-TC 150 HP, Aisin A460 6 speed transmission, 215/85R16 tires, 25 gallon fuel tank, AM FM Radio with USB port, Power Heated Mirrors, Back up alarm, DOT Safety Kit, Morgan Utility Body, Swing split doors, Hardwood floor, Shelving and drawer units each side, Room for additional equipment, 48 open floor space, Ladder rack on roof, Access rear ladder, 12 x 79 x 96 FRP Dry Freight. This truck gets 16 MPG and has a 5 year/ 200,000 mileage warranty. You can finance this truck for $691/ month with your tax and tags down. Call for more information. Click here for more pictures.

See all of our New Isuzu utility service truck inventory here

By |February 19th, 2016|Feature Friday, Isuzu Trucks, Truck Sales|Comments Off on 2014 Isuzu NPR Eco Max 12 Ft. Utility Body Truck – Feature Friday