Why this Commercial Truck Dealership is Dedicated to Hino
Price Digests is a leading vehicle value and specifications provider and has been for more than 100 years. This year, Price Digests presented its prestigious Highest Retained Value Award (HRVA) to commercial trucks to recognize those manufactures that best hold their value. The HRVA award covers 9 categories covering Class 3-8 commercial trucks, ranging from light duty to heavy duty models.
The HRVA award is in its third year. Price Digests uses proprietary algorithms to identify trucks that are expected to retain the most value during the next 5 years. This year, the winners were announced at a press conference held at the World of Concrete trade show in Las Vegas.
Only two truck manufacturers that have captured top awards all three years. Hino has scored again for the highly competitive category Medium Duty Trucks with Conventional Cab & Chassis with its Hino 268A with a retained value score of 46.75%.
Why Buy a Hino?
For the last 3 decades, Hino has built a solid reputation for dependability. Hino trucks are durable, comfortable, and engineered with the best technologies. Hino’s Medium Duty trucks are excellent for city deliveries as their maneuverability is outstanding.
Why C&M Motors
C&M Motors is a locally owned and operated family business serving the greater San Diego area since 1982. With 2 locations to serve you (National City and Vista), we offer a more personalized experience and customized services to meet your business needs. Our staff is highly trained to help you with your Hino truck, from choosing the right model for your business to keeping it perfectly maintained for your ongoing success.
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We have all heard the saying “good things come in small packages”. This statement rings true when it comes to the 155 Series from Hino. The 155 is more than a good small thing, it is a small, powerful, and quite the workhorse.
The Hino 155 is a class 4 truck that is powered by Hino’s award-winning 5-liter J05 series engine rated at 210 HP and 440 lb.-ft. torque. It comes available in a standard cab and is available in a crew cab (155-DC) with seating capacity up to seven for the whole crew. The 155 is up to the toughest of tasks with best-in-class frame yield strength of 56,900 PSI while still providing the benefit of a tight turning radius to get you in and out of the tightest of spaces.
The 155 is a versatile truck that can supply years of great service for a variety of industries. Delivery, landscaping, and towing and recovery are just a few of the vocations this truck is designed for. With standard features like:
- Aisin A465, 6 speed automatic transmission
- 30-gallon rear center mounted fuel tank
- Hino JO5E Series Engine producing 210 HP and 440 lb.-ft. torque
- 100% steel construction
- Tilt and Telescoping steering column
- Standard A/C and CD
- And much more
All these great features are backed by an industry leading, best-in-class 5 Year / 200,000-mile engine warranty. The Hino 155 is also included in the HinoCare program, which provides 2 years / 60,000 miles of preventive care coverage benefits free of charge.
C&M Motors has the 155 in stock and ready for delivery. Contact us to see if the Hino 155 is the right fit for your business. Our knowledgeable staff is here to assist you with all your truck sales, rental, and leasing requirements. We look forward to hearing from you.
C&M Motors – San Diego’s premiere Hino dealership!
Truck classifications are typically based upon the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR). Trucks are classified by the Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), which groups classes 1–3 as light duty, 4–6 as medium duty, and 7–8 as heavy duty.
Medium Duty Trucks
Medium duty trucks are defined as weighing between 14001–26000 pounds. There are 3 classes of medium duty truck.
- Class 4 trucks have gross vehicle weight rating ranges from 14001–16000 lbs.
- Class 5 trucks have gross vehicle weight rating ranges from 16001–19500 lbs.
- Class 6 trucks have gross vehicle weight rating ranges from 19501–26000 lbs.
Some trucks listed as medium duty also are known as:
- Box Trucks
- Dry Vans
- Refrigeration Trucks
A Box Truck is a truck with a box-shaped cargo area. The medium duty box truck usually ranges in size from 14 to 26 feet in length. They typically have a rolls-up door in the rear for loading cargo and on some box trucks, the cargo area is accessible from the cab through a small door.
A Dry Van is a type of Box truck. The Dry Van is the most common type of freight transportation in the US. Dry Vans, or enclosed box trucks, look like box on wheels with doors in the back. They have no temperature control and are designed to carry pallets or boxes of cargo, furniture, and any type of equipment. Dry vans are versatile and are typically used for moving non-perishable foods and beverages, textile and clothing items, plastic and building products. Dry Van cargo is protected from bad weather, theft, and most damage when secured properly.
A Refrigeration Truck (or Reefer Truck) is another example of a Box Truck. While a Dry Van is generally used by companies that need to haul appliances, furniture, and equipment, a Reefer Truck carries perishable goods like fresh or frozen produce.
All of these medium duty trucks can be found at your local full-service truck dealership, C&M Motors, NationaLease of San Diego.
If you would like to learn more about Medium Duty trucks, Fleet trucks, Leasing, Sales or Rental, call family-owned and operated, C&M Motors online or by phone (800) 736-3443.
C&M Motors – San Diego’s premiere Hino dealership!