ISUZU NEWS: NOVEMBER 2017

ISUZU SERVICE TECHNICIANS EARN BRONZE

The top technicians from Isuzu Australia Limited’s (IAL) Dealer Network have gone head to head with the some of the world’s sharpest mechanical minds to earn a bronze medal at the annual Isuzu World Technical Competition, also known as the I-1 Grand Prix.

The team of Jake Quick from Ballarat Isuzu and Drew Murden from Peel Valley Isuzu, coached by IAL’s Queensland Service Technical Manager Brenton Cook, achieved the podium finish in Fujisawa, Japan, at the 12th annual I-1 GP.

ISUZU EXPANDS BEST VALUE PARTS CLUTCH KIT RANGE

Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL) has expanded its Best Value Parts (BVP) clutch kit range to suit a wider variety of transmissions and truck models.

The Isuzu BVP program has been specifically designed for owners of older Isuzu trucks.

Isuzus are renowned as dependable workhorses that deliver, year after year, but with BVP you don’t have to compromise on safety or reliability to secure high-quality service parts for your older trucks at very competitive prices.

IAL National Parts Manager, John Plunkett, said the decision to expand the BVP clutch kit range would offer more operators greater peace of mind.

“Unlike most replacement parts produced by some aftermarket brands, Isuzu’s BVP clutch kit provides superior performance by creating parts using the same number of components as the original,” Mr Plunkett said.

ISUZU ENGINES GEARS UP FOR BUSY 2018

Isuzu Engines has spent 2017 showcasing the versatility and application-focussed engineering of its product range at various events and field days around Australia. Engine Sales Manager at Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL), Rod Best, said they planned to continue that approach in the new year.

“We’ve clocked up a fair few kilometres this year,” Mr Best said.

“From AgFest in Tasmania to CRT Farmfest in Queensland, we’ve been out and about with our nation’s primary producers, and other businesses involved in the agricultural sector, talking to them about what they need from their off-highway engines.”

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