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A box body truck, also known as a cube truck, cube van, rolling toaster, box van, or straight truck, is a truck with a cuboid-shaped cargo area.
Road Vehicles: The Box trucks are usually used by companies that need to haul appliances or furniture. They are also used as moving trucks which can be rented from companies such as U-Haul, Enterprise, or Ryder. They usually have a garage door-like rear door that rolls up. On some box trucks, the cargo area is available from the cab through a small door. Isuzu, Mitsubishi Fuso and UD/Nissan Diesel have been the most common marketers of the cab over type medium duty cab/chassis used as platforms for box trucks. The body on a box truck is sometimes called a cargo van or dry van body, though the term "cargo van" is more often used to allocate a regular full-size van, such as a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter or a Ford E-Series/Ford Transit, without rear seats and generally without side windows in the cargo area. Though, small box trucks often use the cab of full size vans from the big three (i.e Toyota ACE, Hino RANGER, Isuzu FORWARD,Mitsubishi CANTER though pre-produced cutaway van chassis vehicles are the basis rather than an actual cargo van since it is labor-intensive to torch cut a cargo van with the cargo area integrated, as opposed to "bolted on" hence box trucks have the cube area bolted on, but sometimes with an entry door between cab and cargo area caulked in.
Fuso Box body Truck: The Fuso box body truck vehicle was introduced since 1932, and its name FUSO was first used for a bus model B46, manufactured by the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, in Kobe, Japan. To assemble the constantly demanding customer needs from around the world, FUSO offers a range of reliable, high quality and modern trucks -from the worldwide well-known light-duty truck Canter and the medium duty Fighter to the heavy duty Super Great and the all new robust, Indian made, FUSO range.
The New Fuso Range: This new version of FUSO appeared since 2013, the new FUSO range contained the trucks such as FA, FI, FJ, FO and FZ, specially manufactured and offered for growth markets globally.
Canter Box Body Truck: The Canter nameplate was first issued in March 1963 for the present T20 range of light-duty trucks, the early 1970s, the Asia-Pacific was the main market for the Canter, Fourth generation Centers were sold there by 1980, in late 2005, a new Canter was available, with safety being the main issue. Also a new hybrid truck, the Canter Eco Hybrid was accessible commercially. All Canter models use the same 4-stroke, water-cooled, turbocharged, inter-cooled DOHC 4 FPT Industrial F1C diesel engine as the Fiat Ducato and Iveco Daily, and are sold in all markets.
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