Fuso will break through the 500hp barrier with a 13-litre Shogun set to arrive in Australia next month.
Australia Post continues to grow the electrification of its fleet with the addition of 20 Fuso eCanter trucks, with the first arrivals hitting the road in October.
An innovative Sydney real estate agent has put on a Fuso Canter courtesy truck for its customers. Family-run Holmes Real Estate has introduced the 515 Canter, which is free for its customers to use when buying or selling their homes. Importantly, it can be driven with a car licence.
Fuso Rosa customers can now receive two years of free servicing. Customers who purchase a Fuso Rosa bus between July 1 and September 30 this year (2021) will benefit from a Best Basic service plan, which includes scheduled servicing for two years or 60,000km, whichever comes first.
Eighty-three year-old Peter Masseroni has notched up one million kilometres in a Fuso Canter. Neither Peter, nor his truck, are likely to stop any time soon.
An acreage and property management company has grown its Fuso Canter fleet to four as the business meets increased demand.
Fuso is celebrating 50 years of the Fuso Canter in Australia. The Canter has become a household name and more than 72,700 have been sold in Australia since the first trucks rolled into showrooms in 1971.
Fuso will present an upgraded medium duty Fighter with Euro 6 emission technology at the Brisbane Truck Show from May 13 to 16.
Fuso will launch a new heavy rigid Shogun model at the Brisbane Truck Show next month. The Shogun 360 was developed as a premium 14-pallet rigid model with class-leading safety, comfort and Euro 6 emissions using a more compact engine.