Video: Isuzu Grafter Green review

George Barrow
March 23, 2018

Downsizing is all the rage in the LCV sector at the moment, and Isuzu is no different in lowering the cubic capacity of its new Grafter engine.

Watch our indepth review of the new Isuzu Grafter Green, and find out what changes have been made to the engine, suspension and interior of this lightweight cabover truck.

Watch the video below

Available with either twin or single rear wheels, the Grafter Green can also be specified with a range of dealer-ready body options. Tippers, dropsides and chassis cabs are available, while a number of other body options can be arranged through dealers. A new PTO mated to the MVC6W gearbox also allows for a more flexible range of bodies and powered accessories on the vehicle.

If 3.5-tonnes GVW is not enough there is also the option of a 5.5-tonne, 6.5-tonne and 7.5-tonne version of the Grafter. While the Grafter Green models are only available on the 3.5-tonners, the higher chassis weight vehicles are equipped with a new Euro-6 compliant version of the 3-litre engine. For customers looking to make use of the 3.5-tonne towing capacity of the Grafter at 3.5 tonnes, there is also a 3-litre engine available at that weight size. All of the 3-litre engine Grafters are known as Grafter Blue, as they require an AdBlue after treatment system in order to meet the Euro-6 emissions standard.

Higher GVW models of the Grafter are also available direct from dealers with a range of off-the-shelf body options including chassis, tipper, dropside and box bodies with tail lifts.

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George Barrow

George has been writing about nearly anything with wheels for the past 15 years and is the UK jury member of the International Van of the Year and International Pick-Up Award.

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