Targeting Medium Duty Truck Market, This is Mitsubishi Fuso's Vehicle Commerce Vehicle

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Mitsubishi Fuso strengthens commercial vehicle market presents Fighter Trucks (Fadli INDUSTRY.co.id)
Mitsubishi Fuso strengthens commercial vehicle market presents Fighter Trucks (Fadli INDUSTRY.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Authorized distributor of Mitsubishi Fuso vehicle, PT Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian (KTB), introduced a new commercial vehicle named Fighter for the first time in the exhibition of commercial vehicle of GAIKINDO Indonesia International Commercial Vehicle Expo (GIICOMVEC) 2018.

"Fighter is a Japanese product that inherits DNA from Fuso and has been trusted by professional users in Japan," said Atsushi Kurita, President Director of KTB on the first day of GIICOMVEC 2018, at the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC) on Thursday (1/3/2018) .

Atsushi Kurita revealed, Fighter is designed in Japan and will be assembled locally in Indonesia. In the next three years, KTB plans to introduce 16 Fighter variants, which are considered to be strengthened and adapted to the Indonesian market.

The vehicle is scheduled to be launched this year and marketed at competitive prices, equivalent to the benefits of all 3S (sales, service, spare parts) aspects.

"This product is expected to increase Mitsubishi Fuso's market share in the medium duty truck segment (MDT) segment, as well as our dominance in the light duty truck (LDT) segment," said Atsushi Kurita.

Fighter is a product of Euro3 standard with Common Rail System machine, as the products are Euro4 standard. The vehicle emphasizes excellence in strong performance, modern design, and professional service.

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