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Fens operator to holiday in Italy thanks to CM and Isuzu!

  • 27 May 2014
  • By Hayley Pink

Isuzu Trucks has revealed the lucky winner of its CV Show 2014 competition, hosted on the Commercial Motor stand, as Steve Paige, of drainage company ADC (East Anglia).

Paige, director at ADC, wins a trip for two to Verona, Italy. His firm, located in the Norfolk Fens, runs a fleet of specialist service vehicles and tankers to carry out drainage operations such as silt clearance, relining and excavation and routine site maintenance.

Paige told CM he was very surprised to have won the competition and it was the “icing on the cake” when he finally got to visit the CV Show, as he had been planning to go for a number of years but work commitments had prevented him.

He added that he visited Isuzu’s stand at the show to find out more about the manufacturer’s range of 7.5-tonners and 4×4 vehicles for a planned fleet refresh at his business.

The manufacturer used the show to promote two versions of its brand-new lighter 7.5-tonner – the Urban N75.150 4×2 rigid – featuring Isuzu’s turbocharged four-cylinder 3.0-litre 148hp engine, as well as the latest Euro-6 version of Isuzu’s Forward N75.190 4×2 rigid, specified with an aluminium tipper body.

“Our current truck range comprises modern, stylish, economical, payload-efficient vehicles from 3,500kg up to 11,990kg GVW,” said Keith Child, marketing director at Isuzu Trucks UK. “The hard-working, well-established 3.5-tonne vehicles are ITUK’s Grafter range. All vehicles above 3,500kg are the Forward range, with the exception of the new Urban 7.5-tonner. The Forward range has vehicles at 5,500kgs, 6,500kg, 7,500kg, 11,000kg and 11,990kgs GVW.”

Isuzu also revealed its return to the UK’s 12-tonne GVW truck market, introducing a Euro-6 version of the F-series with a weight-saving four-cylinder engine, theF119.240. Due to arrive in the UK in October, it will be available in four wheelbase lengths from 3,790mm to 5,320mm.


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