As a consistent top-selling manufacturer across multiple truck categories, Isuzu attracts plenty of interest when they announce new model releases. Company spokesperson, Mr Les Spaltman, announced in a press release on the company website that a new release of the Isuzu N Series was ‘just around the corner’. How soon is yet to be known with the banner of the company website still announcing the new light-duty N Series models were ‘coming soon’.
The light duty truck sector has showcased remarkable performance in both 2020 and 2021, serving as essential vehicles to uphold crucial services during the pandemic. Isuzu is looking to build upon its recent impressive sales achievements with the introduction of the new N Series.
Curious about what the new N Series has to offer to the market and potential buyers? We're here to provide you with the insights we've gathered, along with guidance on securing pre-approved finance to streamline your acquisition process.
N Series: Pre-launch Information
The Isuzu N Series has been a fixture in the local market since 1984, undergoing various iterations. During the 1990s, it featured the distinctive aero-cube cabin design, and in 2003, it introduced the widely popular and versatile Ready to Work Isuzu range.
Covering a GVM range of 4,500 to 8,700 kg, the current N Series lineup offers a diverse array of options in terms of cabin, wheelbase, transmission, engines, and Ready to Work models. It even includes options for AWD and 4X4 configurations. This level of customization allows buyers to tailor their N Series trucks to match their unique work requirements.
According to Mr. Spaltman, the new N Series is poised to establish a new standard in the light-duty truck segment, particularly in terms of safety. This is highlighted by the teaser on the company's website, which boldly proclaims, "The next generation of safety is coming."
Among the specific safety features listed are advanced emergency braking, lane departure warning, a distance warning system, traffic movement warning, and electronic stability control. These features are part of the Advanced Driver Assistance System, which incorporates driver alerts and other functionalities to enhance road safety for all users.
While the teaser provides some insight, it's not yet divulging all the details. Those eager for more information can reach out to their local Isuzu dealer or register their interest on the company's website to receive updates once more information is released.
Given the ongoing global supply chain challenges, particularly related to the supply of computer chips, delays in new releases have become a common occurrence. While we're not suggesting this is the case with the new N Series, such delays have affected many vehicle and other manufacturers.
For those keen to move on their new light-duty truck purchase, securing a current model from existing showroom stock may be an idea worth considering. If you do want to act now or you are waiting for the new range, we can assist with our full portfolio of truck loan options.
Light-duty Truck Loan Options
The light-duty truck segment constitutes a significant portion of the overall truck market, owing to the broad adaptability and versatility of these vehicles across various industries and applications, including general delivery and construction. This versatility is mirrored in our comprehensive range of truck loans, as we offer finance options tailored to suit diverse business setups spanning multiple industries. This includes catering to businesses in need of low documentation (low docs) and no documentation (no docs) truck loans. Our specialty lies in procuring the most affordable and effective solutions for our clients within this niche.
Our truck loan portfolio includes:-
- Chattel Mortgage for truck & trailer financing
- Truck leasing
- Rent-to-Own truck loan
- Commercial Hire Purchase
For businesses interested in realising the benefits of temporary full expensing with the purchase of the Isuzu N Series, Chattel Mortgage is considered the most appropriate form of finance. However, if aspects of that loan type don’t work with aspects of your business, Leasing and Rent-to-Own also offer tax deductions. With these off-balance sheet forms of finance, the monthly loan payments are considered a business expense and tax deductible.
To compare loans and calculate repayment estimates use our truck repayment calculator and to assist with that loan product decision, consult with your accountant.
Why a Pre-approved Truck Loan is a Good Move
When a new model truck is about to hit the market, especially from an industry leader such as Isuzu, it generates a lot of interest. Being one of the first to get behind the wheel of your own vehicle may be expedited by arranging your truck finance ahead of time.
That process involves a pre-approved truck loan which we arrange for customers prior to them committing to a purchase. The loan amount is guesstimated at the initial stage of application and finalised when the exact purchase amount is confirmed on signing of the sales contract.
A pre-approved loan allows buyers to be prepared and ready to sign on their first visit to the showroom rather than having to leave to arrange their loan and then return to confirm the sale. It provides buyers with confidence by knowing how much they are approved to borrow and exactly what their loan repayments will be ahead of time.
It may also eliminate that knee-jerk, instant reaction to jump in and grab whatever finance deal may be offered by the dealer. A deal which may be at a higher interest rate or costed with higher fees and charges.
We attach no obligation to pre-approved finance so if you do have a change of mind, it’s not a problem. So if you’re interested in a current or a new Isuzu N Series, why not speak with us about a pre-approved truck loan so you are ready to order when the release date is revealed.
Contact Jade Truck Loans on 1300 000 003 to discuss a great finance deal on a new Isuzu N Series.
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