Truck of the Year

March: Truck of the Year 2021

Start your engines, it’s that time of year again – Isuzu’s Truck of the Year competition has kicked-off! We’ve had some amazing entries last year where Coopers Heavy Industries took the cake as 2020’s Grand Prize Winner.

Think you can beat the best?

See the Isuzu Truck of the Year website for more information on how to enter your trusty steed into Australia’s longest-running truck owners’ competition.

To view the full terms and conditions, please click here.

All our monthly winners for 2021 go into the running to win the mighty Grand Prize, a $6,000 Visa cash card!

Don’t wait—enter your Isuzu Truck today!


This month’s winner is JME Excavations and their gorgeous NQR 87-190! Congratulations on your $300 merchandise pack, and for going into the running for the 2021 Grand and Series prizes as well!


Roll out the red carpet for Jamie Reardon’s NQR 87-190, aka ‘Clancy.’

This flashy little number is the eldest brother of the N Series family, boasting the highest payload rating of all the N Series models. This helping Jamie get all his excavation jobs done quickly and efficiently.


An idea to revolutionise the wheelie bin game, Deluxe Wheelie Wash has upgraded to an NLR 45-150 and fitted the back out with specialised bin cleaning equipment that can carry 1,000 litres of water. Owner and operator, Margaret Dingle, says the Isuzu ticked many boxes including price, reversing camera, automatic transmission and the ability to fit in narrow alleys and laneways!


For Ben Kasznik, his only complaint of his Isuzu is that “he didn’t buy it earlier”.

His NPR 45-155 has, “given the business more presence, it looks more professional and has saved him money on deliveries and rubbish removal.”

The impressive signage of his car-license truck has earnt Ben some knowing nods from passersby with the electric blue colours really popping.


Jamie Homan from JD’s Lawn Care, “switched from a Ford Ranger to [his] NPR 200 and will never return to a ute ever again.” The truck vs. ute debate continues on through Jamie, who expressed his love for the truck’s amazing performance when fully loaded and a fuel saving of 4 litres per 100km as compared to his previous ute!


For Shire Care Plumbing, their 2003 NLR Traypack 200 has stood the test of time. It’s a ‘great and reliable’ truck that takes James Goodridge anywhere he needs to go without an issue. One of the first Ready-to-Work models released, the NLR 200 Traypack, “manages all the work thrown at it with no stress.”