2006 06 Reg Isuzu NQR 75-2, 7.5 ton, Radio CD player Electric windows. Box Body, Barn Doors on back, Roller Shutter Door on Side. Runs and Drives well. Delivery or shipping can be arranged. Please call for further information
For Sale Price: EUR €4,091
2008 (58) Isuzu NQR 70, Semi Automatic Gearbox, 20ft Curtain Side Body, Rear Shutter Door, Factory Fitted Immobiliser, Digital Tacho, CD Player, One Owner, GVW 7500kg, Excellent Payload MoT Expiry: 28/02/2020 Suspension: unknown
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One of the older models in the NQR range made was the 2008 NQR 70. With an aluminium dropside body and a reliable diesel engine, it would make the perfect utility vehicle for anyone transporting something that needs to be in the open air.Read More
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One of the older models in the NQR range made was the 2008 NQR 70. With an aluminium dropside body and a reliable diesel engine, it would make the perfect utility vehicle for anyone transporting something that needs to be in the open air.
Although the much-loved NQR model was replaced by the Isuzu N75 a few years ago, there is still sufficient demand for the Isuzu NQR. The NQR was renowned for its lightweight chassis, allowing the driver/operator to work with an excellent payload capacity of up 4.7 tonnes. This alone has made them much sought-after, but what else do they offer?
Something that made the NQR popular long after its demise was that it was made with a crew cab, making it perfect as a recovery truck. Many NQRs still for sale today come in the guise of recovery vehicles, meaning that they're still very much sought after. NQRs are also handy as tippers too,
As far as the engine is concerned, the vast majority of NQR trucks are powered by 4.8 litre diesel engines providing some 143bhp, ensuring manoeuvrability even with a maximum payload. As Isuzu are one of the world's largest manufacturers of diesel engines, what you find under the bonnet is a sure sign of quality.
The NQR either comes with a manual gearbox or the NEES2, an automatic which, for new models, will cost an extra £1,000. Both are useful for either vehicle, but it's all a question of personal preference and what you feel is right for the job.
Before the model was phased out, it has won plenty of respect from experienced drivers because of its versatility. Although the NQR was in its element as a tipper or recovery vehicle, it also works equally well as a fridge box, as proved by the NQR 7500kg. Other possible uses for this truck include flatbeds and refuse trucks.
Although no longer in production, the NQR has plenty to offer for anyone needing a mid-range truck to get basic jobs done. Comfort, durability and reliability all come as standard.