Isuzu N-Series / Elf IV 41984 - ...
Model: N-Series / Elf (1959 - ...)
Wikipedia (N-Series / Elf): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isuzu_Elf
The fourth generation Elf range appeared in July 1984. This Elf was exported widely across the world and manufactured in several different countries, including the United States. It was sold as the Chevrolet Tiltmaster, and also as the GMC Forward. GMC's Forward replaced their L-series and has a 165 hp (123 kW) turbodiesel straight-six engine. It was also the first model to use the long-running Isuzu N-series label. In 1986 a heavier duty 220 hp (164 kW) 8.4 litre diesel version of the Forward was added to the US market.
In Japan this generation was only offered with direct injection diesel engines, introducing the new 2.5 liter 4JA1 family which replaced the long running C240 as the standard Elf engine. In September 1987 a four-wheel drive version of the Elf 250 was introduced, this was originally only available with the 110 PS (81 kW) 4BE1 engine.
The fourth Elf/N-series originally had twin rectangular headlamps and a grille with five separate segments (seven for the Wide Cab models). In February 1987 a facelifted version with a grille of only two larger segments appeared, at which time the engine lineup was also altered. This was followed by a second facelift in June 1990, after which the grille became a single. lower opening and the headlights were changed to more aerodynamic, single-piece units.
This model was also manufactured in China, by BLAC (Beijing Light Automobile Corporation) from 1984 until 2002. Later it was also built by YCACO, a subsidiary of Guangzhou. After a company reorganization it has been built by them as the Guangzhou Hino 300J (YC5040XXY) since 2008, with a redesigned front and various other improvements.
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