Hino Dutro

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Hino Dutro & Hino 300 Series
HINO 300 HONG KONG 20151215 01.JPG
Hino 300 in Hong Kong
ManufacturerHino Motors, Ltd.
Kuozui Motors
Toyota Motor Corporation
Also calledToyota Dyna
Toyota Toyoace
Hino 300 Series
Hino Ranger II
Hino 155/195 (North America, until 2020)
Hino M Series (North America, 2021–present)
Body and chassis
Body styleTruck (standard cab, crew cab)
Transmission5-speed manual
6-speed manual
4-speed automatic
6-speed automatic
PredecessorHino Ranger 2/3

The Hino Dutro (Japanese: 日野デュトロ) is a light commercial truck shared with the Toyota Dyna, manufactured by Hino Motors. Like the Dyna and its twin Toyoace, the Dutro is built on the U300 platform for standard cab, or U400 platform for the wide cab and offered in many different chassis type suitable for different purposes. The Dutro took over from the earlier Ranger 2 (and Ranger 3), a badge-engineered version of Daihatsu's Delta series. Outside of Japan, it is also known as the '300 series'. In North America, it has been marketed as the 'M Series' since the 2021 model year.[1]

For export market, the Dutro is sold in Australia, Chile,[2] Colombia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Sri Lanka and other countries in Latin America. As of 2008, the Dutro was available in Canada as the 'Hino 155'. Canadian models are built in Woodstock, Ontario from CKD kits imported from Japan.

The Latin-American models are built in Cota (Cundinamarca), Colombia by Hino Motor Manufacturing Colombia, from CKD kits imported from Japan. In some of these markets, however, the trucks are imported from Japan completely assembled. A new assembly plant is located in the town of Cota, in Colombia, built and financed by two partners: one local company and the Toyota group, the majority owner of the Hino subsidiary and the brand.[3][4]

First generation (1999–2011)[edit]


Dutro Hybrid Single Cab Truck in Japan
Dutro Route Van in Japan
Dutro Double Cab in Japan
  • A wide range of variants is offered in Japan, including the Wide Cab, Double Cab, hybrid electric, 4WD, and Route Van. Engine choices include the 3.7 liter 4B, 4.1 liter 15B-FTE, 4.0 liter N04C, 4.6 liter S05C, 4.7 liter J05D, 4.8 liter S05D, and 5.3 liter J05C.


Dutro 110 SD Microbus in Indonesia
Dutro 125LT WU340 Flat Bed in Indonesia
  • Introduced in Indonesia in 2002 with five models: 125ST, 125LT, 125HT, 140GT, and 140HT. All are Standard Cab. 125ST is 4-wheel short wheelbase, the rest are 6-wheel long wheelbase. Engine for 125 models is 4.0 liter N04C, the 140 models is powered by 4.6 liter S05C.
  • Starting from 2007 model year, with the government requirement that all vehicles must comply to Euro-2 emission regulation, and Hino introduced 4 models with the modified W04D engine with inter-cooled turbocharger. The new models are 110SD, 110LD, 130MD, and 130HD.


  • In Thailand: Dutro 300, 301, 340 (Standard Cab), 410 and 420 (Wide Cab).

Second generation (2011–present)[edit]

Cockpit Hino Dutro Hybrid
Dutro in Japan

Many of these are built in Japanese plants, although some units are assembled in Canada, Colombia[3] and Indonesia. The more appreciable changes are the engine (accomplishment with the EURO IV/V/VI standard), a new facelift made by Toyota, and more and new improved equipment on board.


Japanese models get three versions of the 4 liter engine, while North American models get the larger engine. Hybrid variants are also available.

Diesel engines
Engine [Model] Production [Year] Displacement Cylinder
W04D 2011- 4,009 cc (244.6 cu in) I4
N04C 2011- 4,009 cc (244.6 cu in) I4
J05E (North America) 2012- 5,123 cc (312.6 cu in) I4



  1. ^ James Menzies (2019-10-29). "Hino unveils 2021 model year trucks". trucknews.com. Retrieved 2019-10-31.
  2. ^ "Hino, Calidad que da confianza". Hino.cl. Retrieved 2012-03-14.
  3. ^ a b "HMMC Inaugura su planta en Cota, Colombia". Pracodidacol.com. Retrieved 2012-03-14.
  4. ^ "La planta de Hino Motors en Colombia llegó a la unidad mil - Industria automotriz: Fabricación, tendencias y avances en vehiculos - ELTIEMPO.COM". Motor.com.co. Retrieved 2012-03-14.

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