Isuzu NPR HD GAS REG Models and NPR HD GAS REG History

Similar in appearance to the base gasoline-powered NPR introduced in 2012, the Isuzu NPR-HD boasts greater load-hauling. GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) for the NPR HD standard cab model is rated at 14,500 pounds while the maximum payload allowance is 9,174 pounds. One equipment change for the NPR-HD includes an upgrade to larger wheels with 14-ply tires (10-ply tires are used on the base Isuzu NPR gasoline model). The Isuzu NPR-HD model is measured to be 0.9 inches taller than the base NPR Gas truck due to the larger tires. The Isuzu NPR-HD regular cab is available in four wheelbase length options ranging from 109 inches to 176 inches. Propelled by a 6.0-liter Vortec V-8 engine supplied by General Motors, the NPR-HD regular cab moves with the influence of 297 horsepower and 372 pound-feet of torque churning through a six-speed automatic transmission. A limited-slip differential is optional as is a conversion package allowing the gasoline engine to run on compressed natural gas or liquified propane. The low cab forward design of the Isuzu NPR-HD truck is highlighted by a cabin featuring excellent visibility. Inside, Isuzu's exclusive Hexapod design is created to maximize interior comfort as well as productivity.

New and Used NPR HD GAS REG Prices, Isuzu NPR HD GAS REG Model Years and History

The hexa-designed NPR HD delivers on roominess and fuel economy.
Room for four, plenty of interior space, ample gas mileage and hexapod design make the NPR HD Gas Crew stand out from other worktrucks.