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Isuzu Giga & Isuzu C/E-Series Mark II
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Manufacturer Isuzu
Also called Isuzu Heavy Duty
Production 1994-present
Assembly Alabuğa, Russia (Sollers-Isuzu)
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (IVC)
Jakarta, Indonesia (IAMI)
Lagos, Nigeria (GMNL)
Predecessor Isuzu 810
Class Truck
Body style(s) Truck (standard cab (Worldwide), crew cab (Australia only))
Transmission(s) Isuzu (manual/automatic)
Fujita Body High-jack Self Loader 002

Isuzu Giga Front 2 axles

ISUZU GIGAMAX2003 Kamigumi

Isuzu GigaMAX Semi-tractor

Isuzu CYJ460R

Isuzu CYJ460R exterior

Gigainterior

Isuzu Giga cockpit

The Isuzu Giga & Isuzu C/E-Series Mark II (kana:いすゞ・ギガ) is a line of heavy-duty commercial vehicle by Isuzu. The range was primarily available in other big-size trucks. and previous truck name is 'Isuzu Heavy-Duty Truck'.

Most big-size models of the truck are distinguishable by a front 'Giga' and 'CXZ' badge, but the common Isuzu badge is usually used on the rear.

In Japan, Asia-Pacific, Mid-East, Africa, South America, its principal competitors are Mitsubishi Fuso Super Great, Nissan Diesel/UD's Quon and Big Thumb, and Hino Profia.

Outside Japan the truck series are in "C" and "E", for Comfort and Economic respectively. (Isuzu E-Series for other uses by Ford E-Series).

LineupEdit

  • CVR (4X2)
  • CXM (6X2)
  • CYM (6X2) GVW 20t
  • CYL (6X2) GVW 20t
  • CXG (6X2 Front 2 axles)
  • CXE (6X2 Front 2 axles)
  • CYG (6X2 Front 2 axles) GVW 20t
  • CYE (6X2 Front 2 axles) GVW 20t
  • CXZ (6X4)
  • CYZ (6X4) GVW 20t
  • CYY (6X4) GVW 20t
  • CVZ (Low-floor 6X4) GVW 18t
  • CXZ-J (Low-floor 6X4)
  • CYZ-J (Low-floor 6X4) GVW 20t
  • CYY-J (Low-floor 6X4) GVW 20t
  • CXH (Low-floor 8X4)
  • CYH (Low-floor 8X4) GVW 20t
  • CYJ (Low-floor 8X4) GVW 20t

Semi-tractorEdit

  • EXR (4X2)
  • EXD (4X2)
  • EXZ (6X4)
  • EXY (6X4)

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

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