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APRIL: TRUCK OF THE YEAR 2021  

Where does the time go? We’re already a third of the way into another year and one step closer to one of Australia’s hardworking trucks being crowned King of the Isuzus.

As we turn our attention to the April Truck of the Year competition, we can see the quality is high, the entrants are keen… and this month’s winner is grinning green!

Congratulations Shaun McKay Electrical, for picking up $300 worth of Isuzu merchandise to keep you company on the road.

All monthly winners of course go into the running to win the Series Prize of their truck category (N/F/FX & FY and Giga Series), and the ultimate Grand Prize—a $6,000 visa cash card.

Think you can beat the best of our April entrants below? Enter your Isuzu today!

APRIL 2021 MONTHLY WINNER


SHAUN MCKAY ELECTRICAL

Specialising in rural industrial work, electrician Shaun McKay says switching to the tidy NPR 45-155 Servicepack with AMT was the best business decision he’s ever made.

‘I was over-working out of a ute or trailer and not being able to have all the gear and stock I needed. Now I can carry everything, plus leave the back empty for cable or boards,’ he said.

Thanks for your entry Shaun. That’s efficiency, brought to you by Isuzu!


OFFICE RELOCATION SERVICES

Andrew Tait’s new NNR 45-150 with AMT sure stands outs from the pack, dressed in vivid green livery for Office Relocation Services. Granting the team an all-access pass to commercial buildings with restricted height entry, this jazzy little number is also Andrew’s seventh Isuzu truck to date.

‘We wouldn’t be without it, and it’s definitely not our last addition!’ said Andrew.

OUTDOOR RESIDENTIAL PTY LTD

No job is an issue with the NPR 45-155 Tipper on hand, says Cameron McDonald from Outdoor Residential. Tonnes of soil? Not a problem. Rubble? Easy. Rubbish? This Tipper will eat site rubbish for breakfast, and have room for seconds. Featuring a GCM of 8,000 kg and an all-steel tray construction, the NPR Tipper is built strong to give businesses like Outdoor Residential a leg-up on the competition.

PEPPERS MECHANICAL

Proving that Isuzu trucks look just as good in black, “Black Betty” (an Isuzu KT25) is working just as hard as the day she rolled off the showroom floor in 1981.

Proud owner Sam Pepper from Peppers Mechanical says his trusty tilt-tray ‘Can take everything he throws at it, and it will come back for more.’

Black Betty has been 40 years on the job, and Sam’s favourite thing about an Isuzu is… reliability, of course!

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