Mitsubishi Reveals Updated Fuso Commercial Truck in Indianapolis
Mitsubishi car sales are strong here in the United States, but did you know that they make commercial trucks too? Well, as they reveal their new concept SUV halfway across the world in Geneva, they have also revealed an updated Mitsubishi Fuso commercial truck at the NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The new truck has been updated to save drivers time in their morning routine and assist with helping them extend the lives of the trucks. The dipstick for the engine oil has been moved in such a way that the driver will not have to tilt the cab to check, and oil capacity has also increased. The engine’s air filter now has its own indicator that notifies the driver when it becomes restricted, eliminating the need for the driver to disassemble the housing to check it.
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Transmission fluid is also much easier to check thanks to a direct view sight plug.
In addition to these standard improvements, the trucks will now offer optional Bluetooth radio systems that are compatible with Pandora and SiriusXM.
The Fuso commercial trucks are medium-duty, cabover style trucks with payload capacity ranging from 7,975 lbs to 12,505 lbs and are powered by four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engines. With these improvements, drivers will save loads of time checking on the status of their trucks, allowing a much more efficient workday.