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MYISUZU TRUCK APP | Transport News

Isuzu Trucks launches  user-friendly truck app – right in time for the 2019 Brisbane Truck Show.

Developed for first-time truck buyers and existing customers alike MyIsuzu has been specifically developed from the ground up to offer Australian business owners  a solution to road transport solution for their needs.

Available on Apple and Android devices (phones and tablets), the new MyIsuzu app enables customers to seamlessly access Isuzu’s broad range of truck models without the need to rifle through multiple model variants within each truck type.

Hyper-intuitive toggle functions and filters allow the user to quickly determine a short list that will best fit their business needs.

Once a customer zeroes in on their shortlist of truck models, they can then use the ‘Find a Dealer’ function to contact the nearest or preferred dealer for more information.

MyIsuzu also provides information on a variety of service and support items, including access to Isuzu Trucks online recall checker, service agreements and warranty information.

Coming Soon – Truck Management at Your Fingertips

In addition to these foundations, MyIsuzu will be bolstered in the latter half of 2019 whereby Isuzu truck owners can experience the vehicle management feature.

Aimed at fleet and operational managers or customers with multiple Isuzu trucks, this function of MyIsuzu will house an unprecedented range of pertinent truck details, including model type, VIN, spec sheets, user manuals, warranty periods, servicing schedules and much more.

MyIsuzu will be available on Mobile and desktop devices.

For more information on MyIsuzu check out this video: https://isuzu.com.au/care-support/myisuzu/ 

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