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Isuzu FTR Features

The B6.7 is the most popular engine ever built by Cummins. The B6.7 is a 6-cylinder diesel engine that outputs 260-hp and 660 lb.-ft. of torque.

The Allison Rugged Duty Series Transmission was built for the medium-duty market. Its proven durability and reliability provide greater uptime with a lower cost of operation.

The Isuzu F-Series trucks are available with air suspension. The standard air compressor outputs 17-CFM to quickly fill the air tanks and fill the suspension’s air bags.

The Isuzu F-Series offers a 50-gallon and a 100-gallon fuel tank. This gives customers the option to increase their range and lessen fuel stops.

suzu F-Series trucks are equipped with standard 11R22.5 tires on steel wheels. Customers can opt for aluminum wheels (shown) and, on the class 6 FTR, have the option for low-pro tires


The Isuzu FTR, like every Isuzu diesel truck, comes with a number of features and programs that dramatically reduce downtime and overall cost of ownership, including:

  • A standard Multi-Information Display that allows drivers to monitor the status and condition of over a dozen vehicle performance functions, reducing maintenance costs and downtime
  • Available Vehicle Health Reports provide comprehensive analysis of the truck’s powertrain and emissions systems, fuel economy, brake usage and driver operating habits
  • Three-year/unlimited mileage powertrain limited warranty*
  • Four-year/unlimited mileage perforation from corrosion limited warranty

Isuzu FTR Specifications

Isuzu FTR

GVWR/GCWR: 25,950/30,000 lbs
Payload: 14,641 – 15,690 lbs.
Axles: 12,000 lbs., 19,000 lbs.
Ratio: 6.17
Engine: Cummins B6.7L Diesel
Engine Power: 215hp @ 2,500 rpm
Transmission: 6 Speed Automatic


The overall concept of the FTR is the next generation medium-duty Low Cab Forward truck, one that features a clean, durable, highly efficient four-cylinder engine and is the best Class 6 choice for pickup and delivery in cities.


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