Hino Motors Philippines (HMP) launched its latest 300 Series line-up designed with power, comfort and safety. The new 414i, 414i Long, 414i 6W, 814i, and 814i Extra Long are loaded with features that address a wide range of business needs.
All models in the new 300 Series line-up come with a refreshed fascia that features a new Hino grille design, reshaped headlights, bumper and foglamps. Driver comfort is also made a priority through its spacious cabin with luxurious brown interiors, ergonomic seats and convenient storage spaces.
This new line-up is not only big in amenities, but even bigger in performance. Equipped with the Hino N04C-WW Euro-4 Engine these trucks pack power at 142 horsepower output and 400 Nm torque making them the superior product in the 4,000 to 4,490 GVW range. The drivetrain is powered by the new Aisin RE50 transmission. And with an alternator generating 12 volts and 130 Amps, these vehicles are the ideal option for refrigerated transport.
The new Hino 300 series come in a wide range of Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) options from 4,490 kilograms up to 7,500 kilograms, the largest and the longest being the new 814i Extra Long. This 18-foot loader has an impressive space to carry large hauls, translating to less operating costs when fitting more cargo in one go. That means more savings for your business.
“Hino is delighted to present this new 300 series line-up. Hino is determined to serve the Filipino entrepreneur as we are the only commercial vehicle brand in the nation to provide a full One-Stop Shop advantage. From the delivery of truck chassis through manufacturing of the rear body and all phases of aftersales, we strive to provide increased uptime while reducing operational cost. That is the pledge of Total Support from Hino,” says Mr. Mitsuharu Tabata, President of Hino Motors Philippines.
The five models under the New Hino 300 Series are worthy investment to upgrade and grow your business. Whatever your requirement, there’s a Hino truck to match your business needs.
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