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Delivery Magazine  |  Issue 39 December - January 2012  


All the action in this issue centres on the release of the Ford Ranger and the Mazda BT-50. Both these vehicle ranges came out of a collaboration of design, research and engineering teams between Ford and Mazda.

Ford is going for the rugged, F-Series-inspired truck look, whereas Mazda is continuing its stylish Zoom, Zoom appeal as a more fashion conscious statement. Underneath the skin, though, both vehicles are highly capable, the engines are extremely impressive and the overall packages enticing.

Just as Volkswagen thought it had the market to itself with Amarok, Ford and Mazda are showing that German engineering can be successfully challenged. VW, though, is not to be dismissed, and, in this issue, we include details of the new eight-speed automatic transmission that’s been previewed in Europe. It should be in our market by mid-year of 2012, together with a single-cab version.

We also include an evaluation of the SsangYong Actyon ute and also look at the 2012 model year upgrades for Mitsubishi and its Triton ute range.

Our people mover feature in this issue centres on a swag of upgrades for the Kia Carnival. In its people moving capacity, it’s spacious, economical and it offers excellent handling.

Moving up the weight range and into the light-truck market we run a full test drive of the latest Mitsubishi Fuso Canter, in tipper form, and find that here’s a really honest package that can work all day to earn its keep.

Staying with the light-truck range brought us to profile the completely new product available from Hino and running under the 300-Series banner. In a vehicle that can be driven on a car licence, without the driver having any proper truck driver training or additional experience.

Also, while in the realms of light trucks, you’ll find full details and a first drive of the Isuzu NLS all-wheel-drive. There’s huge potential for this model, with excellent off-road ability but combined with great behaviour on-road.
Delivery Magazine is uniquely positioned as the only publication in Australia providing an in-depth focus on the entire light commercial vehicle market. This high quality, bi-monthly printed publication is distributed through newsagencies in Australia and New Zealand.

Delivery Magazine readers own or operate vans, utes, people movers and light trucks. From the tradie with one van or ute, to the national fleet operator, they want to keep up to date with the latest technology affecting their industry. They want to know which vehicle to choose, how best to finance the purchase, what accessories will make the vehicle more effective and how resale value will affect their bottom line.

Delivery Magazine is packed with editorial evaluations of the latest vehicles and regular features explain the latest developments in finance, leasing and maintenance. With its specification chart analysis of all vans, utes and chassis cabs it provides the only comprehensive reference point for the business segment. which vehicle to choose, how best to finance the purchase, what accessories will make the vehicle more effective and how resale value will affect their bottom line.
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Delivery Magazine   |   Issue 39 December - January 2012   


All the action in this issue centres on the release of the Ford Ranger and the Mazda BT-50. Both these vehicle ranges came out of a collaboration of design, research and engineering teams between Ford and Mazda.

Ford is going for the rugged, F-Series-inspired truck look, whereas Mazda is continuing its stylish Zoom, Zoom appeal as a more fashion conscious statement. Underneath the skin, though, both vehicles are highly capable, the engines are extremely impressive and the overall packages enticing.

Just as Volkswagen thought it had the market to itself with Amarok, Ford and Mazda are showing that German engineering can be successfully challenged. VW, though, is not to be dismissed, and, in this issue, we include details of the new eight-speed automatic transmission that’s been previewed in Europe. It should be in our market by mid-year of 2012, together with a single-cab version.

We also include an evaluation of the SsangYong Actyon ute and also look at the 2012 model year upgrades for Mitsubishi and its Triton ute range.

Our people mover feature in this issue centres on a swag of upgrades for the Kia Carnival. In its people moving capacity, it’s spacious, economical and it offers excellent handling.

Moving up the weight range and into the light-truck market we run a full test drive of the latest Mitsubishi Fuso Canter, in tipper form, and find that here’s a really honest package that can work all day to earn its keep.

Staying with the light-truck range brought us to profile the completely new product available from Hino and running under the 300-Series banner. In a vehicle that can be driven on a car licence, without the driver having any proper truck driver training or additional experience.

Also, while in the realms of light trucks, you’ll find full details and a first drive of the Isuzu NLS all-wheel-drive. There’s huge potential for this model, with excellent off-road ability but combined with great behaviour on-road.
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