Summer’s in. It’s that time of the year to take advantage of the sunny weather to move key infrastructure projects, like roadways, health-related structures, and isolation facilities that help to fast track mobility and create new spaces to help communities adjust to the New Normal. It is then essential to find the right mobility solutions partner who understands your need to focus on supporting the recovery of your business and, with it, the nation’s economic recovery.
Hyundai Asia Resources, Incorporated (HARI), the official distributor of Hyundai trucks and buses in the Philippines, comes prepared with a wide range of construction-duty trucks that fit your expectations of a business mobility partner in this demanding industry.
Muscle for the hustle: HD36L Maxculado
This may be a light-duty truck, but its serious muscle and performance will give your operations a boost. For the HD36L Maxculado dropside truck, the added stabilizer bar increases front-end rigidity and improves steering stability while the enhanced front suspension and shock absorber make for uncompromised protection of vehicle and cargo.
Volume capacity also gets a boost with a longer shuttle rear body. Now the extended wheelbase and longer cargo bed can accommodate an 11-foot rear deck, giving it up to 1.7-ton payload capacity. That’s generous loading space for materials that must be promptly delivered to the project site. That should be no problem because complementing the sturdy build is its 2.5-liter diesel engine that gives 130ps power output and 26kg-m torque, further optimized by mating it to a six-speed transmission that delivers 53% more torque than its predecessor and makes for a more effortless drive.
Hard-bodied for the hard-working construction entrepreneurs: HD65 and HD78
Furthering Hyundai’s commitment to versatility, durability, and reliability are the two big brothers in the HD series: the HD65 and HD78. Engineered to make light work of heavy duties, the HD65 and HD78 are hardy vehicles built with heat-treated, web-strengthened, ultra-rigid superframe that makes for the superior performance and safety of Hyundai HD trucks.
Whether it’s the HD65 dropside or dump truck, or the HD78 safety loader or crane truck that you’re utilizing at the construction site, you would appreciate the suspension resilience in them, which has been optimized through the proven strength and stability of leaf springs with advanced shock-absorbing technology. The application of rigid cab suspension helps to significantly reduce vibration, thus, allowing these hardy trucks to deliver a smooth and stable ride to meet the rigors of day-to-day operations.
When it comes to power, the HD65 and HD78 come equipped with full power from a Euro 4 D4GA direct-injection diesel engine with a turbocharger. Mated to a 5-speed manual transmission system, this engine generates a maximum power output of 150 ps @ 2,500 rpm and maximum torque of 59 kg-m @ 1,400 rpm. All within a highly efficient engine operation that optimally churns generous power at minimal fuel consumption.
Servicing the HD65 and HD78 also comes easy, thanks to the 50-degree tilting cab feature that provides quick and easy access to the engine compartment. Other routine maintenance checks involving fluid levels are effortless with the truck’s advanced integrated fuel filter that requires service at 20,000 km intervals, contributing to greater peace of mind and even greater savings for your operations.
Work it Xcient eXcellent
When it comes to making a big impression at your project site, the Hyundai Xcient’s transit mixer or dump truck needs no further introduction. Boasting a robust design highlighted by a striking and voluminous front grille and bold, dynamic lines, the Xcient’s presence is immediately commanding. Its strength of character is reinforced even more by the extensive application of Hyundai’s signature high-strength steel, contributing to structural integrity and durability whatever the road or load.
The Xcient is built to take on tough jobs with a number of thoughtful features that make it both safe and reliable to use for construction duties. Fitted with a front and rear multi-leaf suspension system, it ably carries your demands with great ease. On the side of maintenance, Hyundai has introduced a variety of thoughtful features to make sure the Xcient remains in top condition for as long as you need it. Take the case of the cab’s tilt angle. Increasing to a maximum of 61 degrees, the tilting cylinder is enlarged to secure the volume of the tilting pump reservoir. Protection applied to upper components helps prevent oil leakage, saving you undue costs on engine damage that may hamper daily operation. Furthering to ensuring vehicle safety, the Xcient’s brake system utilizes spring-loaded type chamber at the front and rear wheels for service and parking brakes for maximum braking capacity.
Are you driven to keep on building for a better normal? Let Hyundai construction-duty trucks be your partners, and get set to build, build, build!
Know more about Hyundai trucks and buses at https://www.hyundai.ph/trucksandbuses or email email@example.com. For a safe and easy way to purchase any of Hyundai’s commercial vehicles, request a quote now at Hyundai’s e-B2B: easy Booking to Buying platform https://www.hyundai.ph/shop/eb2b.
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