Hino Motors Philippines (HMP), the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country, recently launched its Euro IV compliant 700 series heavy-duty trucks. The new lineup, according to the brand, is designed for the different applications and logistics needs of businesses.
The new HMP 700 series heavy-duty truck consists of four models – SS2P, SH2P, FS2P, and FY2P.
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Both the SS2P and the SH2P are six-wheeler high roof trucks. The former has a 16-speed transmission, has a gross weight of 60 tons, and a pulling capacity of 40 to 45 tons. The latter, on the other hand, is equipped with a 12-speed transmission, weighs in at 45.5 tons, and can pull 30 to 35 tons only.
Meanwhile, the ten-wheeler FS2P truck has a 12-speed transmission and a flat STD roof. It comes in two variants; the FS2PMUM 9-cubic-meter mixer body and the FS2PMUD 15-cubic-meter dump truck body.
Last but certainly not the least, the 12-wheeler FY2P will be available in three variants – the FY2PUUM, FY2PWUD and FY2PYUA. The FY2PUUM features 10-cubic-meter mixer body and CBU chassis, FY2PWUD has a 20-cubic-meter dump truck body, and the FY2PYUA gets a 32-foot OAL body for cargo requirements.
While all three will come standard with a 12-speed transmission and weigh in at 39.4 tons, the FY2PUUM and FY2PWUD will have STD roofs as the FY2PYUA will get a high roof.
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