Hino 600

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Hino 600
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Overview
Manufacturer Hino
Also called Hino 165
Hino 175
Hino 338
Production 2004–present
Body and chassis
Class Conventional truck

The Hino 600 is a conventional cab medium-duty truck manufactured in the US by the Japanese manufacturer Hino since 2004. in the United States and Canada, its principal competitors have historically been Peterbilt 328 and the Isuzu H-Series and in the light duty segment, the Hino 125/300 for the American and Canadian markets.

First generation (2004–Present)[edit]

The First Generation 600 was introduced in 2004 for the United States and in 2005 for the Canadian market. A new face-lifted 600 was introduced in 2007 for the American and Canadian markets both. Production began in 2008 in and for the Mexican market, using CKD Kits imported from Japan.

Models:

  • 145 Class 4 - light duty truck (discontinued)[1]
  • 165 Class 4 - medium duty truck (discontinued)
  • 185 Class 5 - medium duty truck (discontinued)
  • 238 Class 6 - medium duty truck
  • 258 Class 6 - medium duty truck
  • 268 Class 6 - medium duty truck
  • 338 Class 7 - heavy duty truck
  • 358 Class 7 - heavy duty truck

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