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Light-duty extraordinaire

Niranjans
Friday, December 14, 2012

Inside and out, the new Hino 300 series is designed for enhancing quality. You'll notice it in the ease of use and in the versatility, the durability and the wide view from the cab.

The new Hino 300 series light duty Truck is highly versatile with a model lineup of 49 variants with an option of a high power Euro 3 engine, new crew cab and automatic transmission versions and wheel base options ranging from 2.5m - 4.2m.

The new LDT features an innovative design that is as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional inside and out.

In addition, these trucks are designed to deliver higher levels of comfort, environment-friendliness and safety. Aerodynamics is enhanced, thanks to a rear-ward windshield rake and tapered body that reduce drag.

Unlike the traditional standard of developing trucks for the Japan domestic market and later adapting it for the global markets, the new Hino 300 series has been developed to establish itself as a new Global benchmark.

The new set of international standards places the New Hino 300 series at the leading edge of truck development.

Designed for maximum comfort and effective use of space, as its all-new cabin of Hino 300 series features a substantially larger space, which can fit three people comfortably while providing considerable storage area.

The re-arranged central cluster, stylish instrument panel and the reliable and durable factory installed air-conditioner creates an enhanced driving experience.

The Hino 300 series is available in single standard, single wide, and crew cab models, which has been developed to be the new standard for the Bahraini and global markets.

The customer has a choice of engine variants of EURO 1 with 105 PS and Euro 3 with 141 PS output and GVW ranging from 4.5 tons to 8.5 tons available in 5 speed manual transmission, 6 speed manual transmission and 6 speed automatic transmission based on the powertrain.





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