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Hino Motors Canada high horsepower Hino 258

The Hino 258LP (Low Profile) is a very versatile truck.
The Hino 258LP (Low Profile) is a very versatile truck.

Hino Motors Canada, Ltd. has released its new high horsepower Hino 258 model in April, just in time to showcase at Truck World 2016.

The Hino 258 low profile truck is powered by Hino’s legendary 7.6L diesel engine producing 230 hp and 520 lb.-ft. of torque. A high horsepower engine option is available producing 260 hp and 660 lb.-ft. of torque on the 217-inch wheelbase model. Combined with a 6 speed Allison FuelSense automatic transmission, the Hino 258 delivers the extra boost in power perfectly suited for towing and recovery applications.

Eric Smith, Senior Vice President of Sales and Customer Support at Hino Canada commented on the new Hino 258LP, “This new product is ideal for tow operators that require optimum performance and durability in extremely difficult conditions.”

Hino offers an impressive list of standard features including air conditioning, driver’s air suspension seat, keyless entry and Bluetooth. Every new Hino conventional medium-duty truck comes with Hino Premium Protection, a comprehensive vehicle maintenance and protection plan that is included at no additional charge. The plan includes a 5-year / 400,000-km limited Hino engine warranty.

The new trucks will be produced at Hino’s Canadian assembly plant located in Woodstock, Ontario.

Company info

6975 Creditview Road, Unit #2
Mississauga, ON
CA, L5N 8E9

Website:
hinocanada.com

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