The 2019 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis was an exciting event this year, showcasing new trucks and shifting market trends. With gasoline vehicles gaining popularity in this market, it’s no surprise that Mitsubishi Fuso decided to unveil its new Class 5 gas-powered work truck here. What did attendees discover when Mitsubishi Fuso showed off its new gas truck at the Work Truck Trade Show?
Happy customers are the best barometer of success. At FUSO, truck buyers are telling us that the efficient, reliable trucks they invested in are helping to drive their profits.
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Save on Fuel and Maintenance with Fuso’s New Gas Trucks
As gasoline-powered trucks continue to climb the popularity charts in a market once dominated by diesels, carving out about 40% of the new truck sales, Mitsubishi has risen to meet customer demands for gas-powered truck models. The most recent release, the Fuso Class 5 FE180, solves many problems for our customers. Could this new gas-powered truck replace a diesel model in your lineup?
Fuso Now Offers the Broadest Range of Powertrain Choices
Diamond Mitsubishi Fuso is thrilled to announce the arrival of the all-new gas-powered Class 4 and Class 5 FE Series cabover work trucks to our extensive lineup. In a truck market heavily dominated by diesel options, our new Fuso gas trucks fill a big demand. We’ve seen our customers increasingly turn to gas-powered options to simplify fleet fueling and maintenance needs; they now make up 40% of the market share. By adding gas-powered engines to our medium duty lineup, Diamond Mitsubishi Fuso can now offer you the broadest range of powertrain options including gas, diesel, and electric models at our San Jose location.