New Website Up For Isuzu Diesel Engines


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Emission standards is changing with the times and for 2007, there is a new batch of changes that would need all auto manufacturers to also change the way that they create their vehicle parts. With that, the Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc. has just launched a new website. This website would inform all consumers in the auto market about any changes that they might have regarding their products – from Isuzu auto parts to Isuzu accessories to engines.

This new website can be found at Aside from this, the company has also made sure that their commercial vehicle site also is updated so that all visitors and guests would be kept up to date on the latest happenings regarding their products. Their official site can be found at

As per 2007 emission standards, starting the first day of 2007, January 1st, all diesel engines that are produced should be able to meet the terms given. One of these is that elements like nitrogen oxide (NOx), hydrocarbons (HC), and even particulate matter (PM) should be reduced by at least 90 per cent. This is in comparison to the emission standards given out in the year 2004.

Isuzu surely would be affected by this new standard in emissions. After all, its vehicles do make use of diesel engines. Those that would need attention in the Isuzu vehicle line up would include the Isuzu N series vehicles which are low cab forward automobiles. This series holds Isuzu 4H engines. Other Isuzu vehicles are the F series and the H series which make use of Isuzu 6H diesel engines as their power source.

Information on the updates will be posted regularly on Isuzu’s websites. Aside from that, these pieces of information could be downloaded by interested consumers. These websites would also include information on the company as well as other products offered by Isuzu.

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Terry Brown is a 32 year old from Houston Texas, and an enthusiast for anything auto-related. He currently writes auto-related articles for several publications.


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