Isuzu Giga

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Isuzu Giga
ISUZU GIGA, Full-cab type, Yellow Truck.jpg
Overview
ManufacturerIsuzu
Also calledIsuzu Heavy Duty
Isuzu C/E series Mark II
Chevrolet C/E series
Production1994-present
AssemblyJapan
Alabuğa, Russia (Sollers-Isuzu)
Huechuraba, Chile (GM Chile)
Chongqing, China (Qingling)
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (IVC)
Jakarta, Indonesia (IAMI)
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia (Isuzu Malaysia)
Lagos, Nigeria (Yachiyo Isuzu Nigeria)
Body and chassis
ClassTruck
Body styleTruck (standard cab (Worldwide), crew cab (Australia only))
RelatedHino Profia
Powertrain
Engine8PE1, 10PE1, 12PE1, 6UZ1, 6WF1-T, 6WG1-T, 8TD1, 10TD1
TransmissionIsuzu (manual/automatic), Smoother-G (automatic)
Chronology
PredecessorIsuzu 810

The Isuzu Giga (Japanese: いすゞ・ギガ), also known as the Isuzu C/E series (second generation), is a line of heavy-duty commercial vehicles produced by Isuzu. The Giga's size range is mostly made up of full-size trucks, and was previously known as the 'Isuzu Heavy-Duty Truck'. It was created to succeed the Isuzu 810.

Most full-size models of the truck are distinguishable by a front "Giga" and "CXZ" badge, but the common Isuzu badge is usually used on the rear.

In global markets, its principal competitors are Mitsubishi Fuso Super Great, Nissan Diesel/UD Trucks Quon (replaces Big Thumb), and Hino Profia (known as the Hino 700).

Outside Japan, the truck series are in the "C" and "E", for "Comfort" and "Economic", respectively.

First generation (1994–2016)[edit]

The original Giga line was introduced in 1994 as a successor to the Isuzu 810, initially as a standard roof. It is also available in high roof configuration. In 2015 most of the line was replaced by the second generation Giga, although the tractor versions were not replaced until the following year.

Lineup[edit]

  • CVR (4X2)
  • FRR (4x2)
  • FTR (4x2)
  • FVR (4x2)
  • FVM (6x2)
  • CXM (6X2)
  • CYM (6X2) GVW 20t
  • CYL (6X2) GVW 20t
  • CXG (6X2 Front 2 axles)
  • CXE (6X2 Front 2 axles)
  • CYG (6X2 Front 2 axles) GVW 20t
  • CYE (6X2 Front 2 axles) GVW 20t
  • CXZ (6X4)
  • FVZ (6x4)
  • CYZ (6X4) GVW 20t
  • CYY (6X4) GVW 20t
  • CVZ (Low-floor 6X4) GVW 18t
  • CXZ-J (Low-floor 6X4)
  • CYZ-J (Low-floor 6X4) GVW 20t
  • CYY-J (Low-floor 6X4) GVW 20t
  • CXH (Low-floor 8X4)
  • CYH (Low-floor 8X4) GVW 20t
  • CYJ (Low-floor 8X4) GVW 20t

Semi-tractor[edit]

  • EXR (4X2)
  • EXD (4X2), equipped with air suspension
  • FVR TH (4x2)
  • FVM TH (6x2)
  • FVZ TH (6x4)
  • EXZ (6X4)
  • EXY (6X4), equipped with air suspension

Engine[edit]

  • 4HK1-TCC 5,193 cc
  • 6HK1-TCN 7,790 cc
  • 6UZ1 9,839 cc
  • 6WA1 12,068 cc
  • 6WF1 14,256 cc
  • 6WG1 15,681 cc
  • 8TD1 24,312 cc
  • 10TD1 30,390 cc (highest horsepower Japanese truck)

Facelift models (2007/2010)[edit]

Second generation (2015–present)[edit]

The second generation of the Giga range appeared at the November 2015 Tokyo Motor Show after 21 years' production of the original model. It went on sale on the Japanese domestic market in 2016.

Engines[edit]

Diesel engines
Engine [Model] Production [Year] Displacement Cylinder
6NX1 2016-present 7,790 cc (475 cu in) I6
6UZ1 2015-present 9,839 cc (600.4 cu in) I6
6WG1 2015-present 15,681 cc (956.9 cu in) I6
CNG engines
Engine [Model] Production [Year] Displacement Cylinder
6UV1 2016-present 9,839 cc (600.4 cu in) I6

See also[edit]

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