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History of Isuzu Heavy Duty Trucks
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By: Mark Halverson Email Article
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In fact, by 1999 General Motors had become the majority stakeholder in Isuzu at 49 percent, but sadly this occurred around the time of a major recession and Isuzu ended up shutting down these operations in the U.S. and instead focused mainly on making commercial trucks and diesel engines.

Modern Isuzu Trucks Era

These days, Isuzu still has some of its N and F series of commercial trucks driving around the world. Plus, they are still making commercial trucks designed for towing, hauling building supplies, working in pest control, and landscaping. It is estimated that nearly 90 percent of the Isuzu trucks that have been sold in the U.S. are still running due to their high quality and workmanship.

In 2005, Isuzu was known at the biggest truck manufacturer in the world for heavy and medium duty trucks by 2009 they have made more than 21 million diesel engines, which are currently being used by the companies Renault, Opel and General Motors.

Today, Isuzu has its headquarters in Tokyo and is still turning out quality trucks with a multitude of uses.

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You can also read more from this writer about the history of several other truck manufacturers including, Kenworth, Mack, Internationals and Peterbilt trucks at the Hammer Trucks Sales website. Here's a clickable link for the article on GMC Trucks For other vehicles, such as service, flatbeds, lube trucks, and many others this site is a must see: Diesel Trucks For Sale.

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