Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc., already the distributor of America’s best-selling low-cab-forward trucks, hit multiple sales records in 2023, setting new benchmarks for wholesale and retail sales of Isuzu trucks.
Isuzu set records in vehicles delivered to Isuzu dealers, the Isuzu dealers delivered more Isuzu trucks and sold more Isuzu parts than in any other year in the 40-year history of Isuzu trucks in the US — all records for Isuzu trucks and parts in the United States.
“Despite some continued supply-chain issues in the first half, 2023 turned out to be a banner year for sales of Isuzu trucks,” said Shaun C. Skinner, president, Isuzu Commercial Truck of America and Isuzu Commercial Truck of Canada. “The reasons are simple: the loyalty of our customers, the commitment of our dealer body, the diligence of our field team, and a product line that is in sync with the marketplace.”
Will the hotcake-sales streak continue?
“We expect that 2024 will see our momentum grow,” Skinner says. “Despite regulatory concerns and the usual uncertainty of an election year, we feel we are well positioned to make 2024 another record-breaking year for Isuzu.”
Is anything new coming out?
In the next twelve months we will be introducing a thoroughly redesigned cab, sophisticated new driver-assist technology, and our first electric truck, the NRR EV.