Isuzu Reach
2012 Isuzu Reach (UPS), NYC
Manufacturer Isuzu / Utilimaster
Production 2011-present
Assembly Wakarusa, Indiana, USA
Class Medium duty truck
Body style(s) Walk-through van
Engine(s) 2999 cc 4JJ1-TC turbodiesel I4
Transmission(s) 6-speed Aisin automatic
Wheelbase 151 in (3,835 mm)

The Isuzu Reach is a walk-through van built atop an Isuzu NPR chassis, with a body developed by Utilimaster. It was first presented in March 2011 at the National Truck Equipment Association's "Work Truck Show".[1] The van is only sold in North America, where it is also assembled.


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The Reach uses the Isuzu NPR's ladder chassis and also the three-litre 4JJ1-TC diesel engine used in the NPR Eco-Max.[2] The body is a full walk-through design developed by Utilimaster, and offers the buyer the choice of swing-out rear doors or a roll-up unit. Both UPS and FedEx use the Reach for city delivery work. Two lengths are available on a single wheelbase, offering cargo volumes of either 540 or 630 cu ft (15.3 or 17.8 m³).[2]

Aftermarket powertrain company XL Hybrids announced a hybrid-electric version of the Reach in March 2015 for the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, Indiana, using their XL3 Hybrid Electric Drive System.[3]


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