Isuzu Forward rigids for Recovery World

Commercial Motor
May 22, 2018


Hertfordshire-based recovery truck bodybuilder Recovery World has placed an order for 13 new Isuzu Forward 7.5 tonne rigids.

The trucks - all N75.190 models - are a mix of day and crew cabs with a combination of manual and Easyshift automatic transmissions. Since 2001, Recovery World has purchased more than 250 Isuzu trucks for its specialist body manufacturing business and in-house recovery vehicle hire operation.

Mac Engledew, director, Recovery World praised the consistent and effective backup his firm has received from Isuzu.

He said: “I think we must have been one of the first operators of Isuzu trucks here in the UK and our two businesses have grown successfully together over the last 18 years or more.

“These new vehicles are for both customers and for our own rental fleet. So many of our customers are repeat customers and they really value and understand the benefits of running Isuzu recovery vehicles, which have been proven over time.

“We are also now seeing a definite switch to more operators requesting the Isuzu Easyshift automatic transmission as standard.”

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