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2006 Hino Commercial 17.5 CUBE VAN

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Phone: (509) 301-1498
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Specs

Ext Color White Engine 6CYL DSL
Int Color Gray VIN 5PVNJ8JT662S10951
Mileage 254458 Transmission Automatic
Body Style Commercial Truck Drivetrain Rear Wheel Drive
Stock ID A021020 Doors 2 Doors
Fuel Diesel    

Description

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Japanese . (December 2012) Click [show] for important translation instructions. [show] Coordinates : 354028N 1392243.5E Hino Motors, Ltd. Type Public Traded as TYO : 7205 Industry Automotive Founded 1 May 1942 75 years ago Headquarters Hino-shi , Tokyo , Japan Area served Worldwide Key people Masakazu Ichikawa, Chairman Yasuhiko Ichihashi, President Products Trucks and buses Revenue 1,314,588 million (2012) [1] Operating income 37,527 million (2012) [1] Net income 16,303 million (2012) [1] Total assets 845,008 million (2012) [1] Total equity 234,931 million (2012) [1] Number of employees 25,820 (2012) [1] Parent Toyota (50.1%) Website www.hino-global.com 1961 Hino Briska Light Duty Truck (Pickup) Hino Motors, Ltd. (, Hino Jidsha ), commonly known as simply Hino, is a Japanese manufacturer of commercial vehicles and diesel engines (including for trucks , buses and other vehicles) headquartered in Hino-shi , Tokyo .

The company is a leading producer of medium and heavy-duty diesel trucks in Asia. [2] Hino Motors is a constituent of the Nikkei 225 on the Tokyo Stock Exchange . It is a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation and one of 16 major companies of the Toyota Group . Contents 1 History 1.1 Canada 1.2 Colombia 1.3 Ireland 1.4 Israel 1.5 Mexico 1.6 Pakistan 1.7 United States 2 Trucks and buses 2.1 Trucks 2.2 United States 2.3 Buses 3 Cars 4 Affiliates/subsidiaries 5 Motorsport 6 Aircraft 7 See also 8 References 9 External links History.

The company traces its roots back to the founding of Tokyo Gas Industry Company in 1910. In 1910 Chiyoda Gas Co. was established and competed fiercely against incumbent Tokyo Gas Company fighting for gas lighting users. Tokyo Gas Industry was a parts supplier for Chiyoda Gas but it was defeated and merged into Tokyo Gas in 1912. Losing its largest client, Tokyo Gas Industry Co. broadened their product line including electronic parts, and renamed itself as Tokyo Gas and Electric Industry(), TG&E and was often abbreviated as Gasuden. It produced its first motor vehicle in 1917, the Model TGE A-Type truck. In 1937, TG&E merged its automobile division with that of Automobile Industry Co., Ltd. and Kyodo Kokusan K.K., to form Tokyo Automobile Industry Co., Ltd., with TG&E as a shareholder. Four years later, the company changed its name to Diesel Motor Industry Co., Ltd., which would eventually become Isuzu Motors Limited . The following year (1942), the new entity of Hino Heavy Industry Co., Ltd. spun itself out from Diesel Motor Industry Co., Ltd., and the Hino name was born. During World War II, Hino manufactured Type 1 Ho-Ha half-track and Type 1 Ho-Ki armored personnel carrier for the Imperial Japanese Army .

Following the end of World War II , the company had to stop producing large diesel engines for marine applications, and with the signing of the treaty, the company dropped the Heavy from its name and formally concentrated on the heavy-duty trailer-trucks, buses and diesel engines markets, as Hino Industry Co., Ltd. The company took its name from the location of its headquarters in Hino ( Hino-shi ) city within Tokyo prefecture. To sharpen its marketing focus to customers, in 1948, the company added the name Diesel to become Hino Diesel Industry Co., Ltd. In 1950 the heavy-duty TH10 was introduced, equipped with the all-new 7-liter DS10 diesel engine . An eight-tonner, this was considerably larger than existing Japanese trucks which had rarely been built for more than 6,000 kg (13,230 lb) payload. [3] In 1953, Hino entered the private car market, by manufacturing Renaults under licence, and in 1961 it started building its own Contessa 900 sedan with an 893cc rear-mounted engine, and a pickup truck called the Hino Briska with the Contessa engine slightly enlarged and installed in the front with rear wheel drive. The Italian stylist Giovanni Michelotti redesigned the Contessa line in 1964 with a 1300 cc rear-mounted engine. Fed by two SU type carburettors, this developed 60 hp (44 kW) in the sedan and 70 hp (51 kW) in the coup version. However, Hino ceased private car production very quickly in 1967 after joining the Toyota group. In 1963, the Hamura factory began operations, and focused entirely on commercial truck and bus manufacture.

Hino Trucks have also been assembled in Portugal and in Canada. [4] Canada Hino has been marketing trucks in Canada since the 1970s. [5] Hino Motors Canada Ltd., is the exclusive distributor of Hino products in Canada, and is part of the Toyota Group of Companies, with head office and Parts Distribution Centre in Mississauga, Ontario . In May 2006, Hino opened a new 12,300 m 2 (132,000 sq ft) assembly plant in Woodstock, Ontario , employing at first 45 (grown since to more than 70) and with an annual capacity of 2,400 trucks. [5] It began assembly of Class 4 and 5 trucks in 2006 and continued to do so until 2010. Since then, it has been building only Class 6 and 7 trucks. Colombia Hino Motors Manufacturing Colombia (HMMC) is a partnership between the Mitsui group and the Colombia manager for the Hino Brand, PRACO-Didacol S.A. . The partnership assembles medium and heavy trucks, destined mainly to the export market for the Andinean and Central American countries. The factory was opened on 9 October 2007 in Cota , a municipality near the capital city of Bogot .[6] [7] From this facility, the FCJ and Hino Dutro (300, 500 & 900 series) trucks are assembled. [8] The Mitsui -Keiretsu is the principal shareholder and owner of this factory. The plant produced the 1000th unit in July 2009. [9] The 20,000th truck was finished on 14 May 2014. [10] Ireland Hino Trucks have been assembled in The Republic of Ireland since 1968 by J Harris on the Naas/Nangor Roads, Dublin .[11] Israel This section does not cite any sources . Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed . (April 2015) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message ) Hino Motors signed a 10-year assembly agreement with Kaiser-Illin Industries of Haifa, Israel, in 1963. Assembly of the Contessa 900 started in 1964. Later, Briska 900 and 1300 and the Contessa 1300 sedan were assembled in Haifa as well. During the years 1964-1965, Israel was Hino's second most important market for its Contessas. Israel exports amounted to ~10% of total Contessa production.

After it was purchased by Toyota, the contract was terminated and the very last Israeli Contessas rolled off the assembly line in March 1968. In total, over 8,000 Hino Contessa and Briska were assembled in Israel. 1917 TGE-A Hino Renault 4CV Hino Contessa 1300 Mexico In mid 2008, Hino Motors was said to be building a new truck assembly facility in Guanajuato, Mexico, serving international deliveries. The facility was reportedly built in an 80:20 partnership with Japanese trading firm Mitsui, opening in 2009 and with a production capacity for 1,200 of the Hino 500 series trucks per year. [12] Pakistan This section does not cite any sources . Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed . (April 2015) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message ) Hinopak Motors was formed in 1985 by a diverse group of sponsors. These included Hino Motors Limited , Toyota Tsusho Corporation , Al-Futtaim Group and PACO . In 1998, Hino Motors, and Toyota Tsusho Corporation obtained majority shareholding in the company after disinvestments by the other two founding sponsors.

Hinopak Motors manufactures and markets diesel trucks and buses in Pakistan. Hinopak Motors has gained 70% market share making it the largest manufacturer in medium and heavy-duty truck and bus industry in Pakistan. Hinopak Motors Head Office is located in S.I.T.E Industrial Area , Karachi , Sindh , Pakistan .[13] United States This section does not cite any sources . Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed . (April 2015) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message )

In the United States, Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc. assembles medium-duty trucks at its Williamstown, West Virginia , plant. Its manufacturing facilities in Ontario, California , and Marion, Arkansas , produce axles, knuckles, and suspension components for Toyota's Tacoma, Tundra, and Sequoia models. Hino's Parts Distribution Center in Mira Loma, California , supplies Latin American and Caribbean distributors with genuine Hino service parts. The 18,000 m 2 (194,000 sq ft) assembly plant in Williamstown, West Virginia , assembles Class 6-7 Hino trucks at an annual capacity of 10,000 units. [citation needed ] The plant was opened in November 2007 and employs about 200. The plant in Long Beach, California , was closed in 2007 and its production was transferred to the West Virginia facility. [citation needed ] Production in West Virginia began with Class 4-7 trucks but the Class 4-5 products were dropped after 2010 model year and the plant now focuses on Class 6-7 products.

Opened in 2016, Hino operates a distribution center in Gahanna Ohio. It occupies a former Petsmart distribution center on Taylor Road. Trucks and buses Hino truck and its selective catalytic reduction (SCR) next to the DPF with regeneration process by the late fuel injection to control exhaust temperature to burn off soot. [14] [15] Trucks Hino TH-series : a heavy duty bonneted truck, sold from 1950 until discontinued in favor of cab-over trucks in 1968. [3] Ford N Series trucks (sold 1980-1998 in Oceania) These were badge-engineered Hino Ranger models. Profia (previously Super Dolphin Profia), sold as Hino 700 for export: heavy duty truck Bonneted medium truck (for North America): coded Hino 600. Dutro : light truck, hybrid vehicle version available , sold as Hino 300. Ranger 2 FA, FB, FC: light trucks replaced by Dutro. Ranger : also sold as Hino 500, medium to heavy truck The Ranger KL was first introduced in 1969 The 2nd generation was launched in 1980 The 3rd generation of 1989 is called Rising Ranger and Cruising Ranger. The latest 4th generation (Ranger Pro) came in 2002, Hybrid vehicle version available . The first generation Ranger KL spawned into KM, KR, and other variants. In Australia. 155 Class 4: light duty truck Hino 300 Series Hybrid (US spec) HINO Dutro 125LT HINO Jumbo Ranger HINO Ranger commercial grade truck used by the JGSDF for peacetime/rear line duties Hino also sells the European truck Scania R 420 in Japan, into an agreement with the Swedish brand. United States USA only conventional/bonneted trucks Hino 600 : 145 Class 4: medium duty truck (discontinued) 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 Hino 165 Hybrid Miller Lite Hino 338 T Verrastro dashboard Miller Lite Hino 338 T Verrastro Aura Sonic Hino 268 A Cosmos mobile, location production and video broadcasting truck Hino 338 three-axle dump Buses Poncho : Non-step light bus Liesse & Liesse II: light bus The Liesse II is a rebadged Toyota Coaster . Blue Ribbon & Blue Ribbon II: city bus The Blue Ribbon II is a rebadged Isuzu Erga . Rainbow & Rainbow II: medium bus The Rainbow II is a rebadged Isuzu Erga Mio . Melpha : medium bus S'elega : luxury bus The new model is offered as High Decker and Super High Decker. Front-engine chassis (FB, FC, XZU): light bus Front-engine chassis (AK, FF, FG): big bus Mid-engine chassis (BG, BX, BT, CG, CM): big bus Rear-engine chassis (RC, RF, RG, RM, RK, RU, RV, RN, HT): big bus Front-engine Type C school bus chassis (Hino 338): Used in the production of the Starcraft Guardian [16] HINO RG Bus (chassis) in Indonesia HINO RM Bus in the Philippines (operated by GV Florida Transport ) HINO S'elega Bus HINO Rainbow BUS HINO RK Bus in Taiwan HINO RU1J SSL Cars Hino Contessa 1300 coupe Hino Renault 4CV , built under license Contessa , passenger car built in 1960s Toyota FJ Cruiser , SUV built for Toyota, 2006-2016 Affiliates/subsidiaries Hino Motors Canada, Ltd.see Toyota Canada Hino Motors Sales U.S.A. [17] Hino Motors Manufacturing Colombia [18] Harris Hino , Ireland Hinopak Motors , Pakistan [19] Hino Motors Philippines Corporation (Pilipinas Hino, Inc.) [20] Samco (Vietnam) Indomobil (Indonesia) Audi Motor Assembly , Japan (a former joint-venture with Audi) Hino Motors Manufacturing USA [21] Hino Motors Manufacturing (Thailand) Ltd. [22] Hino Motors Sales (Thailand)Co., Ltd. [23] Motorsport Team Samurai entered a Contessa in the Trans Am Series in 1966 at the race at Riverside International Raceway . After being retired due to a collision, the team withdrew from the series. Hino has competed in the Dakar Rally since 1991 with a Ranger FT 4WD truck driven by the Japanese rally driver, Yoshimasa Sugawara. Hino has always finished in the Top 10 in the Camion Category, and 1-2-3 overall in the 1997 event. Aircraft The Tokyo Gas & Electrical Industry Co. Ltd. (a.k.a. Gasuden) were responsible for the production of several aircraft types in the 1930s as listed below: ( Tokyo Gasu Denki Kogyo KK - Tokyo Gas & Electrical Industry Co. Ltd.) Gasuden KR-1 Small Passenger Transport [24] Gasuden KR-2 Small Passenger Transport [24] Gasuden Model 1 Trainer [24] Gasuden Model 2 Trainer [24] Gasuden Model 3 Trainer [24] Gasuden Koken Long-range Research aircraft [24] Gasuden TR-1 Medium Passenger Transport [24] Gasuden TR-2 Medium Passenger Transport [24] See also Tokyo portal Companies portal Japanese Car portal Trucks portal References Financial Results for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 2012 (PDF) . Hino. 2012-04-26 . Retrieved 2012-09-13 . Hino Motors achieves top domestic medium and heavy-duty truck sales share 34 consecutive year (Press release). Hino. 2007-01-07 . Retrieved 2012-09-13 . Hino TH10 Truck . 240 Landmarks of Japanese Automotive Technology . Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan (JSAE) . Retrieved 2013-09-16 . Minnis, Peter (May 1982). New Hinos head for Britain. TRUCK . London, UK: FF Publishing Ltd: 42. Hino Motors Canada, Ltd. - Company Profile . Hinocanada.com. Retrieved on 2013-08-16. Hino abrir planta de camiones en Cota [Hino truck plant opened in Cota]. El Tiempo (in Spanish). 2008-10-24 . Retrieved 2015-08-04 . Toyota es dueo del 50,1% de las acciones de Hino [Toyota is 50.1% owner of the shares of Hino] (Press release) (in Spanish). Colombia: Hino. November 2009 . Retrieved 2015-08-04 . Camiones [Trucks] (in Spanish). Colombia: Hino . Retrieved 2015-08-04 . La planta de Hino Motors en Colombia lleg a la unidad mil [Hino Motors plant in Colombia reached the thousandth unit]. El Tiempo (in Spanish). 2009-07-31 . Retrieved 2015-08-04 . Hino Motors Manufacturing Celebra La Unidad 20.000 [Hino Motors Manufacturing celebrates 20,000th unit]. Carga Pesada . 2014-05-26 . Retrieved 2015-08-04 . https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/the-truck-of-the-irish-1349163.html Hino to open new truck plant in Mexico . Today's Trucking . 2008-08-14 . Retrieved 2015-08-04 .

 

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