|Manufacturer||Isuzu / Utilimaster|
|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". The van is only sold in North America, where it is also assembled.
The Reach uses the Isuzu NPR's ladder chassis and also the three-litre 4JJ1-TC diesel engine used in the NPR Eco-Max. 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).
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.
- ↑ "Indiana Facility to Produce Isuzu Commercial Vehicles". Inside Indiana Business (2011-03-09). Retrieved on 2015-03-28.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "Launch of the All-New Reach Commercial Van Begins with Dedication of Utilimaster Plant". Utilimaster Corporation (2011-10-25). Retrieved on 2015-03-28.
- ↑ "Reach Step Van Gets Diesel-Hybrid Powertrain Option". Work Truck Online (2015-03-02). Retrieved on 2015-03-28.
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