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Isuzu Buses, Japan

Isuzu Buses, Japan

 

Isuzu Buses, Japan
Isuzu Motors Ltd. trading as Isuzu is a Japanese  manufacturing company of Buses. It has it's main headquartered in Tokyo.

Isuzu-branded vehicles are sold in most commercial markets worldwide. Isuzu's primary market focus is on diesel-powered buses.

Isuzu bus chassis is designed for flexible customization to meet the requirements of various body configurations worldwide. Isuzu works together with its customers as a partner to help open up new doors in the bus industry. With product specifications that emphasize environmental

performance, passenger comfort, and driving safety, Isuzu products are well positioned to meet the needs of the bus operations while also adhering to local regulations in each country. Looking ahead, Isuzu buses will continue to build on a tradition of excellence to offer even more reliability to customers around the world.

Isuzu's sophisticated technological strength and various fruits are expected to meet further social demands and produce good prospects for the future. The role of Isuzu Motors is to contribute to a rich lifestyle by clearly living up to domestic and global expectations of buses.

  

History of Isuzu Buses

Isuzu Motors was founded in 1916. Isuzu Motors has the longest history of any Japanese vehicle manufacturer. During years of operation,It has consistently focused on "creation without compromise" in the process of building Isuzu into the company it is today. And now it is boldly taking up the challenge of global leadership in buses while maintaining it's traditions. By expanding it's operations across the globe from Japan,Isuzu products now benefit people in over 100 countries.

In 1967:- Isuzu Motors introduced a large rear-engine type bus.

In 2005:- GALA, a heavy-duty sightseeing bus was fully remodeled in Japan.

In 2008:- Isuzu provides CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) bus for "G8 Hokkaido Toyako Summit".

Isuzu Old Bus

In 1950:- Started production of heavy-duty diesel buses (single-wheel type), release of Japan's first trolley bus.

Isuzu Buses Models

Isuzu BU Bus

Isuzu BU Bus
The Isuzu BU-Series is a series of full-size buses built between 1962 and 1980. In February 1963 the sale as coach began DH100H-BU20 (190 hp) engine with air brakes, retarder installed with horizontal rear underfloor engine. The wheelbase was 5.50 meters, and BU10 5 meters. In 1972, there were changes to improve the axle load, length and wheelbase remained unchanged with front overhang, also the engine power increased to 260 hp in the E120H. BU35 is added with 6 m wheelbase. In 1973, the front end was tilted forward.
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Isuzu C Bus

The Isuzu C range was primarily available as city bus. Predecessor of Isuzu c was the Isuzu BUThe and successor was the Isuzu Cubic. Models of the Isuzu C were Isuzu C K-CLM/CLA (1980) which was available in DH100H engine, Isuzu C K-CJM/CJA (1980) which was available in 6QA2 engine, Isuzu C K-CPM/CPA (1980) which was available in E120H engine, and Isuzu C K-CQM/CQA (1982) which was available in 6RB2 engine.
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Isuzu C Bus

 

Isuzu Erga Bus

Isuzu Erga Bus
The Isuzu Erga is a heavy-duty single-decker bus introduced in 2000. It is primarily available as a public bus in either a complete bus or a bus chassis. It is built by J-Bus from Japan either as a step-entrance bus (One-step and Two-step) or a low-floor bus (Non-step). The styling is completely different from the Cubic. The Isuzu Erga has a deep double-curvature windscreen and a rounded roof dome (more rounded as compared to the Cubic) with a separately mounted destination display.
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Isuzu Erga Mio Bus

The Isuzu Erga Mio is a medium-duty single-decker bus marketed since 1999 and the second low entry midibus in the Mio medium-duty franchise, after the intercity coach Gala Mio. It is built by J-Bus from Japan either as an integral bus or a bus chassis. The Isuzu Erga Mio has a double-curvature windscreen with a rounded roof dome similar to the Erga with a separately mounted destination sign. Predecessor of Isuzu Erga Mio was Isuzu Journey-K.

isuzu Erga Mio Bus
Models of the Isuzu Erga Mio were Isuzu Erga Mio KK-LR233E1/F1/J1 (1999), Isuzu Erga Mio PA-LR234J1 (2004), Isuzu Erga Mio PDG-LR234J2 (2007), Isuzu Erga Mio SDG-LR290J1 (2011), Isuzu Erga Mio SKG-LR290J1 (2012), and Isuzu Erga Mio SKG-LR290J2 (2016).
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Isuzu Gala Bus

Isuzu Gala Bus
The Isuzu Gala is a Commercial heavy-duty Single-deck rigid tourist coach produced by Isuzu Motors Ltd. since 1996. The Isuzu Gala range of the first generation was available both with left-hand drive and right-hand drive. Predecessor of Isuzu Gala was Isuzu Super Cruiser.

Models of the Isuzu Gala were Isuzu Gala KC-LV780/781/782 (1996) wich was equipped with driver's airbag in 1997 and Isuzu Gala KL-LV774/780/781 (2000). The Isuzu Gala is available in 1-front-door only with Step entrance Floor type. It has 10PE1, 12PE1, 8TD1, E13C, J08E engine and 6-speed manual transmission.
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Isuzu Journey Bus

The Isuzu Journey is a minibus produced since 1970, and in 1973 in its current somewhat larger format. The range was primarily available as a city bus and a tourist coach. The first use of the "Journey" nameplate was on the 1970 "Journey S". In 1973 the 26-seater Journey M and the longer 29-seat Journey L. These have diesel engines of 2.8 and 3.6 litres respectively. These engines were later upgraded to more powerful, cleaner units.
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Isuzu Journey Bus

 

Isuzu Journey-K Bus

Isuzu Journey Bus
The Isuzu Journey-K was a midibus built by Isuzu Motors Ltd. from 1984 to 1999. The Isuzu Journey-K range was primarily available as a public bus and an intercity bus either as an integral bus or a bus chassis. It can be either offered as Two Step (known as step entrance) or One Step (known as low entry) in lengths 9m only. The Journey K was replaced by the Isuzu Erga Mio in 1999. Models of Isuzu Journey-K were Isuzu Journey-K P-LR212/311/312 (1984), Isuzu Journey-K U-LR312/332 (1990), and Isuzu Journey-K KC-LR233/333 (1995).
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Isuzu Journey-Q Bus

The Isuzu Journey-Q is a light-duty bus built by Isuzu Motors Ltd. from 1976 to 2001. The Isuzu Journey-Q range was primarily available tourist coach and city bus. The predecessor of Isuzu Journey-Q is Isuzu Journey-J. The Isuzu Journey-Q is available in 6BG1,6HE1 engine and manual transmission. Models of the Isuzu Journey-Q were Isuzu Journey-Q DBR370 (1976), Isuzu Journey-Q K-DBR370 (1979), Isuzu Journey-Q P-MR112F (1984), Isuzu Journey-Q P-MR112D (1986), Isuzu Journey-Q U-MR132D (1990), Isuzu Journey-Q U-GR432F (1991), suzu Journey-Q KC-GR433F (1996), and Isuzu Journey-Q KK-GR433F (1999).
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Isuzu Journey-Q Bus

 

Isuzu Super Cruiser Bus

Isuzu Super Cruiser Bus
The Isuzu Super Cruiser is a Commercial coach bus producsed by Isuzu Motors Ltd. from 1986 to 1996. Isuzu Super Cruiser range was primarily available as a tourist coach, but was primarily unavailable with left-hand drive. Predecessor of the Super Cruiser was Isuzu LV219 and successor is Isuzu Gala. Models of the Isuzu Super Cruiser was Super Cruiser P-LV719 (1976), Super Cruiser K-CRA/CSA (1980), Super Cruiser P-LV219 (1984). Isuzu Motors used the 10PC1, 10PD1, 10PE1 (All V-10) engine for Super Cruiser.
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Isuzu Turquoise Bus

The Isuzu Turquoise is a intercity midibus of 26/31 seater produced by Isuzu Motors Ltd. Isuzu Motors which also Design Midibuses, producer in the internal market. For the 31 seater, it was renamed the Euro Turquoise. Isuzu Turquoise is available in 1-door or 2-doors body style, Step entrance floor type and it has options of transmission are manual or automatic.
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Isuzu  Turquoise Bus

 

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