To provide innovative transport solutions and comply with the government’s regulations, Hino Motors Philippines (HMP) recently launched their new line-up of Euro 4-powered trucks and buses.
The new and improved fleet includes a refrigerated van, cargo crane, dump truck, cab and chassis truck, tractor head, wing van, Cerito bus, and Grandeza bus. Apart from these commercial vehicles, the brand also showcased their modern take on a Filipino classic called the Hino Jeepney Class 3 AC.
Hino is honored to have been given the opportunity to incorporate this ecological innovation to the Hino quality of trucks and buses. As we affirm our commitment to supporting the community, we will continue to leverage our ability to assemble and distribute quality trucks and buses designed to address the different needs of Filipinos in the most efficient way possible.
The Hino Jeepney Class 3 AC can seat up to 23 people inside its spacious body which measures 6,000mm in length, 1,720mm wide, and 2,115mm high. It also has a 136 hp 4.0L Euro-4 diesel engine that churns out 390 Nm of torque, and promises to have increased durability, greater cost efficiency, and lesser carbon footprint. This prototype could soon roam the streets of Philippines as the government seeks to replace the age-old jeepney.
HMP aims to be a “one-stop shop” for those in need of a commercial vehicle (CV). Aside from building customized CVs, the brand also provides long-term maintenance, as well as genuine parts and accessories to its clients.
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