When you think of a quality product, one that is reliable and dependable, Japanese products come to mind. Japan has long been associated with a strong automobile industry. This is also the case with trucks. UD Trucks Corporation Japan is one of the premier suppliers of trucks in Australia and in Asia. UD have had a long tradition of innovation and development with diesel engines. Although owned now by Volvo and formally part of Nissan, they are still very much a Japanese company. There is an attention to detail in both engine and truck development along with all aspects of service. These excellent Japanese trucks Australia has today are supplied by UD Australia.
Two of the categories many clients look for when it comes to Japanese trucks Australia has today are the following. These are the medium duty Condor range and the heavy duty Quon range.
To start with, Japanese trucks Australia by UD can offer four variations of the Quon range. To look more closely at two examples:
- Quon CK 17 380: This is very much a classic interstate truck. This is a 4 x 2 (two driven wheels) segmentation. It has a GCM of 45,000 Kg. That is the gross combined weight, including trailers, that this truck can carry. In spite of all this power, this truck has a very quiet, smooth engine and transmission system. Driver fatigue is reduced. There are low vehicle emissions and improved efficiency.
- Quon GW 26 420: This truck has an excellent reputation. This has an 11 litre engine along with an integrated Escot V transmission. A very powerful truck, but again very quiet on the roads. There are two options for the wheel base. There are also a range of different chassis configurations that are available.
The other major range of trucks that UD’s Japanese trucks in Australia can offer is the Condor range. There are two classes of Condor truck that can be looked at:
Condor MK Range: This truck operates equally well in an urban environment or driving across states. There are two horsepower options. Different chassis configurations can be applied depending upon the requirements of the customer. The engine unit has been designed to give the minimum of stress to the driver. This is also the case with the cabin. Ergonomic design is very much to the forefront here. Added to this there are air-suspension driving seats. There is a standard SRS air bag for the driver in the steering wheel. There are Bluetooth and GPS options. Urban driving can be demanding on both the driver and the vehicle. This could involve a lot of stopping and starting, traffic jams, followed by a sudden acceleration. During a long trip, with constant driving, the engine would be subjected to a whole different set of demands, as would the driver.
Condor PK Range: This is an exceptionally powerful truck. This has a GH7 6 cylinder engine. This has a very good power and torque range of up to 280 hp. There are a number of standard features to choose with this truck. This includes the choice between using either leaf spring or air suspension.
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