Isuzu is a brand wholly owned by one of Japan’s leading investment companies, Mitsubishi. Since 1916, Isuzu Motors Japan has been manufacturing diesel engines and trucks. It was General Motors Holden Ltd that initially marketed Isuzu vehicles in Australia during the late 1970s. They started capturing the market by concentrating solely on selling Isuzu trucks. After a series of joint ventures and negotiations, the company was named Isuzu Australia Ltd in 2005.
To date, the brand is known for their efficient and high-performance SUVs, Utes, and Trucks. All of those have long been famous for their fuel efficiency, powerful towing capabilities, superior safety, and overall durability. This brand is trusted by many private consumers and businesses all over Australia. They are currently the leading truck brand in the country. According to T-Mark (Dec 2016), for every 4 brand new trucks sold, one of those is of the Isuzu brand. Many of their trucks are used for freight, construction, vehicle transport, product delivery, and more.
ISUZU TRUCK WRECKERS
Should you have an old, wrecked, or unused Isuzu vehicle you want to let go, let us help you out. Total Car Collections is one of the trusted Isuzu truck wreckers Melbourne. We dismantle, recycle, and reuse all kinds of Isuzu vehicles – from light to heavy trucks, buses, passenger wagons, tippers, crew cabs, 4×4 trucks, their MU-X, and even the D-MAX, among others.
ISUZU WRECKERS MELBOURNE
As a leading car removal and buying company in Australia, we even sell Isuzu vehicle parts of various kinds due to high demand and the popularity of this brand. So instead of letting your old truck sit there, transact with us, we are the best Isuzu wreckers in town who offer FREE car removal Melbourne. Give your Isuzu truck the attention and care that it deserves by choosing us. Call us at 0457 471 397, we are always ready to take your wrecked, old or scrap Isuzu truck.
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