The New Class 6 Isuzu F-Series Work Trucks

The 2019 Isuzu FTR, the new Class 6 Isuzu F-Series low cab forward truck, is ready for business – your business, that is. This commercial truck transports major weight. And, if you’ve got a long trip ahead of you on delivery day, the comfortable FTR cabin makes the time fly smoothly by. So, what do you need to know about the FTR? Check out our buying guide to learn more.

Why Choose the New Class 6 Isuzu F-Series?

You’ll find more than a few reasons why Isuzu has cornered the market on low cab forward trucks. Here are just a few of the reasons why the 2019 Isuzu FTR is right for your company.

Low Cab Forward Design

Thanks to the FTR’s design, you’ll enjoy increased maneuverability and excellent visibility. Low cab forward trucks feature a cabin that sits atop the engine, which puts drivers right in front of the action. That same design increases maneuverability as you make downtown deliveries.

Diesel Power

The FTR’s new turbocharged diesel four-cylinder engine supplies the low-end torque you need to haul heavy items. Moreover, it helps you maintain fuel efficiency and keep costs low.

Class-Leading Warranty

Thanks in part to Isuzu’s class-leading warranty, you can count on the FTR for years to come. (https://www.isuzucv.com/en/fseries/warranty) The Isuzu warranty covers just about everything, including the transmission, frame rails, emission control system, tires, and rust-through corrosion.

What’s the FTR’s Gross Vehicle Weight Rating?

This Class 6 Isuzu F-Series truck has a GVWR of 25,950 pounds. More specifically, the front axle has a capacity of 12,000 pounds and the rear axle maxes out at 19,000 pounds.

Is the new Class 6 Isuzu F-Series Gas or Diesel?

The FTR features Isuzu’s 5.2-liter turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine. The FTR generates 215 horsepower and 520 pound-feet of torque for serious hauling action. Thanks to Isuzu’s unique diagnostic service system, drivers can get a detailed engine health report on their FTR from Isuzu dealers. This way, you can keep your FTR engine running smoothly and boost your business’s bottom line.

What’s the FTR Cabin Like?

With spacious, supportive seating accommodations for three across, the FTR cabin is perfect for companies that spend hours on the road. Both doors open 90 degrees and feature a wide entry side step for easy cabin access. Besides generous elbow room, the FTR cabin is loaded with compartments, so passengers can secure their carry-on items for the long haul. Throw your overnight bags in the large compartment behind the seats. Put your sunglasses in the overhead bin so you always know where they are.