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Truck-sized tool trolley.
There’s a place for everything in our Servicepack range. Lockable separate storage boxes mean you can get your hands on your tools and gear quickly. Open up the easy-access gullwing doors and you'll find a large spacious central unit that makes storage even more versatile.
Tons of space, no invaders.
The central locking system of our Servicepack X also locks up all of the back too. That’s all of the tool and storage boxes along the sides and the large spacious storage unit at the rear. Just click your key and you know your gear is safe from invasion at all times.
Got the whole team or just travelling solo? The Servicepack comes in single and crew cabs to carry you all in comfort. Crew variants are available across the NLS and NPS models.
ADAS. A smart design system to keep road users safe.
The road is a complex and constantly changing environment and everyone can do with a bit of help to stay safe. With our Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), you have a complete network of active and passive safety features all working together constantly to protect you and other drivers and pedestrians. With state-of the-art sensors and multiple cameras, ADAS is the smarter way to safer roads.
If the driver fails to brake in the case of a pedestrian, cyclist or other vehicle appearing unexpectedly, the AEB system brakes automatically to avoid a collision. The brake light will be illuminated during this process.
The Traffic Movement Warning system monitors stationary vehicles in front of your truck. If the vehicle immediately ahead moves more than set distance and you don’t follow along, a warning sounds. A very handy touch at traffic lights and pedestrian crossings.
DWS helps you maintain a safe distance from the vehicle ahead by giving a warning if a pre-set distance is reached. (You can choose from four pre-set minimum distances). A very handy touch in urban traffic conditions.
ESC uses data from a number of sensors, to monitor driver input and vehicle control. If it detects understeer, oversteer or roll-over, ESC can override driver input, reduce power and/or apply individual wheel braking and assist the driver to maintain vehicle control.
LDW detects lane markings or road edges and if the driver wanders out of their lane, it sounds a warning. Driver can select two sensitivity settings, or switch OFF.
ABS determines if a wheel is locked and not turning. It then releases the locked wheel brake and reapplies pressure to reduce locking and maintain control, allowing the driver to effectively steer and brake at same time.
ASR detects when either rear wheel is spinning faster than the other on a loose surface, then reduces torque and/or applies the spinning wheel’s brake to improve traction.
HSA is included on trucks with manual transmissions. When the brake pedal is applied on a hill, the brake pressure is maintained until the clutch is released (or eight minutes) so that the truck won’t roll backwards when starting.
ALS monitors exterior light levels and automatically turns on the headlights and tail-lights if needed.
If the cab tilt is not fully locked, the CTW sounds an alarm and flashes an alert light on the multi-information display.
By measuring the vehicle speed signal and the engine speed, the CSL controls the fuel injection volume to the engine so that the truck can’t exceed a pre-set speed.
In the event of a collision, the Supplementary Restraint System (SRS) will determine if the incident is above certain intensity, airbags are deployed in a split second to cushion the cabin occupants and help reduce any injuries.
If it senses sharp braking that indicates an accident, the Seatbelt Pre-tensioner automatically tensions the seatbelt to pull the occupant back into the seat and reduce the chance of injuries.
A certification based on a United Nations global test, the ECE-R29 cabin rating means that the truck’s cab has been designed to withstand excessive deforming in case of an incident. This rating isn’t currently mandatory in Australia, but cabins that are ECE-R29 rated generally offer superior occupant protection.
Additional reinforcement installed into the door structure, Anti-Intrusion Bars protect cabin occupants in case of an incident.
Turning into laneways and driveways, as you know, can be tricky. Especially at night. That’s when our clever cornering lamps come into play. Turning on your indicators turns them on as well, while your headlights still aim forwards.
Safety baked in.
All Servicepack models are built to the latest world-class ECE-R29 safety standard. Double side-intrusion bars, seatbelt pre-tensioners and SRS dual airbags can protect you in an accident. Four-wheel-disc brakes and Electronic Stability Control (IESC) are standard and can help you avoid one.
Steady on its feet.
With 4-wheel disc brakes and the intelligence of Isuzu Electronic Stability Control (IESC), the Isuzu Servicepack is as surefooted as they come. IESC detects when your truck isn't going where you want it to go, then applies the brakes strategically to help you stay in control. Included on all 4x2 models.
Packed full of thinking.
Cabs are anything but an afterthought with Isuzu. Naturally, we start by ensuring there’s plenty of space for occupants. Then we design the ergonomics of the controls, seating, storage, lighting, visibility and safety. We make our cabs so accommodating, you may never want to leave.
“This truck means anyone can jump in it and start driving, and it feels like driving a car.”