Jubilation in January: 2018 Truck of the Year entrants
If January’s entrants are anything to go by, the 2018 Truck of the Year competition will be bigger and better than ever before.
Congratulations to VCT Refrigerated Transport on being selected as the monthly winner for January 2018, they’ll be picking up $300 worth of Isuzu merchandise.
Our monthly winners will go into the running to win the end of year Grand Prize – a $6,000 visa cash card, which is awarded by a panel of Isuzu judges. So what are you waiting for? Enter your Isuzu today!
VCT Refrigerated Transport – Monthly Winner
Vince Cordoma’s family has been using Isuzus for over 40 years, but they haven’t owned one that looks this good before. “We needed a local rigid, that not only blended in well with the wider fleet, but was also powerful and reliable. The Isuzu FYJ was the perfect choice,” he said.
Alex Franzinelli, from crane specialists CHC Hire, uses his impressive looking FYH 2000 to transport cranes that are used in the construction industry, and said his Isuzu is a major status symbol: “When you turn up with a new 8X4 Isuzu onsite, everyone knows who’s boss!”
Central Coast Car Carrying
Anthony Jackson’s bullbar looks like it could take out a dinosaur, but what’s beneath the bonnet of his FRD 110-260 is definitely worth protecting. “When I was in the market for a new truck I could not go past the Isuzu, my last truck was a 2004 FRR and had clocked up 1.7 million kilometres,” Anthony said.
All Lift Forklifts
All Lift Forklifts are loyal Isuzu customers and now own three Isuzu FYJ 2000s, with the latest a shining black model that is sure to turn heads on the street, especially with a bright-orange forklift on the tray.
GM Mowing Services
If you’re looking for a definition of bells and whistles, Grant Munn’s NLR Traypack certainly fits the bill. “I fitted my truck with quite a few accessories, a custom made stainless steel sunvisor, stainless steel wheel covers, stainless steel mirror covers for marker lights, 20 marker lights (tray, mirrors, bullbar), a light bar, a mesh stone guard and rear spot lights for reversing,” he said.
Macquarie Valley AG Services
John Martin’s business, AG Services, maintains and services agricultural aircraft, so he knows a thing or two about quality machines, but still maintains his FSD 140-260 is the star of his fleet. “The cabins on both trucks are very comfortable and the airbag suspension ensures they drive on the road like an expensive motor vehicle,” he said.
Aussie Skips “spare no expense” so it’s no surprise that they’ve added a brand-new FYJ 2000 to their fleet of green and gold Isuzus. All of Aussie Skips’ trucks come equipped with hook-lifts and skip-bin loaders, which means they can take out the trash and look good doing it.