More than 100 companies have already announced plans to introduce new work trucks and equipment at Work Truck Week 2019.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc. (MFTA) presented technical product information, chassis specifications, and body installation and mounting options to the attendees of the NTEA Truck Product Conference on Wednesday, September 11, 2013.
Each year, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc. (MFTA) recognizes its most outstanding dealers in the U.S. and Canada for overall performance, for sales, for parts sales, and for service performance. In addition, the company honors the dealer salesperson of the year.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc. (MFTA) has announced the availability of its 2013 model-year medium-duty cabover trucks. The new 2013 FUSO Canters are in production now, and the first models were displayed in the Mitsubishi Fuso booth at the NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, March 5-8. These trucks feature the same great lower-cost-of-ownership benefits as the 2012 models, with some additional refinements and options.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc. (MFTA) has announced that it will continue its full warranty package—including its three-year/unlimited mileage bumper-to-bumper warranty, its four-year/unlimited mileage rust-through warranty, and its industry-exclusive five-year/175,000-mile powertrain limited warranty on all of its newly designed 2012 Canter models.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc. (MFTA) has unveiled its new 2012 4-door Canter FE Crew Cab model at the NTEA Work Truck Show. The 2012 crew cab model offers the same advanced, highly efficient powertrain as the standard-cab Canter FEs. And for 2012, the GVWR has risen to 15,995 lb. and maximum body length has increased to 19’, giving this hard-working truck the capacity to carry a crew of seven, plus a substantial amount of gear.
For 2008, Mitsubishi Fuso has added a new Class 3 truck to its FE series, refined its Class 4 and 5 FE series, and completely redesigned its Class 6 and 7 FK/FM series. The Class 3 FE125 has become the lightest duty vehicle in the Fuso line-offering a 12,500-pound GVWR. The FE125 uses the same basic chassis and same cab configuration as its heavier-duty Class 4 and Class 5 siblings, making it a very maneuverable, comfortable and rugged Class 3 truck. The frame is made from steel with a 51,200 psi yield strength, in a straight/ladder configura-tion that provides an RBM per rail of 415,232 lb.-in. Both the FE125 (12,500-pound GVWR / Class 3) and FE145 (14,500- pound GVWR/Class 4) now come with an Aisin electronic six-speed overdrive (OD) automatic transmission (AT) as standard equipment, and the FE180 (17,995-pound GVWR/Class 5) features the Aisin electronic six-speed OD automatic as standard, but also offers a Mitsubishi six-speed overdrive manual transmission as an option.
The 2008 model FE145 medium-duty (Class 4) truck has aGVWR (gross vehicle weight rating) of 14,500 pounds, a standard Aisin 6-speed automatic transmission, and will be available in four wheelbases, 114.6, 134.3, 152.4 and 176.0 inches. The FE145 will be powered by Mitsubishi’s 4M50 dual-overhead-cam, 4.9 litre (299 cu. in.) turbocharged, intercooled diesel engine producing 185 hp at 2,700 rpm and 391 lb-ft of torque at 1,600 rpm.
Redesigned for 2008, the Mitsubishi Fuso FK200 Class 6 medium duty truck is powered by a Fuso 6M60 7.5L (460 cu. in.) in-line SOHC 6-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine that generates 243 hp and 514 lb-ft of torque. Power is carried to the wheels through an Allison 1000 RDS electronic 5-speed OD automatic transmission, which is standard and exclusive to the company.