Isuzu NPR GAS CREW Models and NPR GAS CREW History
A popular choice for medium-duty truck customers, the Isuzu NPR was first producing American-built gasoline-powered models in 1994. Gasoline power was reintroduced to the NPR range in 2012 with a General Motors-sourced L96 engine. The 297-horsepower 6.0-liter Vortec V-8 powerplant supplies ample momentum to move the medium-duty Isuzu. The low cab forward layout provides great visibility for the driver and minimizes the overall footprint of the vehicle to enable better maneuvering on city streets. With the Crew cab configuration, the second-row seating allows additional passengers or laborers to be transported along with a massive cargo load. Featuring a 12,000-pound GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating), the gasoline-powered Isuzu NPR Crew cab is capable of handling between 6,246 and 6,308 pounds of payload. With four-wide seating in the rear, the total seating capacity inside the crew cab Isuzu NPR is seven. On the 2017 model, interior comforts found standard on the NPR gasoline-powered crew cab includes air conditioning as well as tilt/telescoping steering column. The Hexapod design for the interior optimizes comfort and productivity.