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ISUZU Prime Mover

Posted By: MANTEN

Date: Fri, 8 Sep 2023

Price: $10,000.00

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Manten Brand ISUZU prime mover is equal to Japan ISUZU Giga series heavy truck and totally compatible with Japan ISUZU Giga series in both spare parts and after sales service, with excellent performance and the most competitive price.
Manten Brand ISUZU prime mover's main effect is to significantly reduce the steering radius and increase the passability of the vehicle.
Convenient in the narrow area for U-turn, steering action.
ISUZU Prime Mover Manufacturer & Supplier - Manten
1. Rich experience: More than 10 years of experiences in producing and exporting prime movers. We have already helped export many countries such as Africa and Southeast Asia.
2. High brand recognition. Well-known brands or more familiar brands are often preferred by users, and the choice of ISUZU prime mover is largely influenced by brands. The manten ISUZU prime mover has been sold to many overseas countries and has been well received.
3. The price of ISUZU prime mover is more favorable. Manten isuzu prime mover for sale are directly sold by manufacturers, and the price transparency of such ISUZU prime mover will be higher and more easily accepted by users.
4. ISUZU prime mover is our main tractor brand.

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