Isuzu Grafter Trucks For Sale

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At first glance, the Isuzu Grafter might seem like any other truck, but in actual fact, it can be driven like many cars with a typical driving licence. Although it might not be a model for the purists, the Grafter range is popular with drivers who want something light yet versatile.

Even though it acts like a car, the Grafter’s truck-like appearance proves that its manoeuvrability doesn’t come at the expense of strength, power or ability to carry a significant load. The Grafter will usually come with a four-cylinder 150bhp engine that’s needed to carry a vehicle weighing 3.5 tonnes, as well as one towing a further 3.5 tonnes. They have been designed to carry the same amount.

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Isuzu Grafter £6,450.00
2009 | Stepframe 3.5 TON - TWIN REAR WHEEL - WIDE CAB - 500KG TAIL LIFT - 13FT BODY WITH ALLOY SIDES AND BED - TOW BAR - TACHO FITTED - MANUAL - STORAGE BOX - SIDE STEP - REMOVABLE SAFTEY BARS - HANDSFREE KIT - 3 SEATS VERY WELL MAINTAINED TRUCK FROM 1 NATIONAL COMPANY OWNER - 12 MONTHS MOT - 6 MONTHS WARRANTY - EXTENDED WARRANTIES AVAILABLE - PART EXCHANGES WELCOME - ALL MAJOR CREDIT AND DEBIT CARDS
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Click on the dates in the timeline below to view interesting events in the Isuzu Grafter's history. Click on the circles in the timeline to view key model updates and face lifts
01.01.1959
Launch
Isuzu Grafter introduced, originally only available in Japan, Hong Kong and some other Asian countries.
01.01.1960
Diesel engine introduced
Diesel engine introduced to the model.
01.01.1970
Manufacturing moved
Manufacturing of the Grafter was moved to a new plant.
01.01.1974
Flat low model introduced
The first flat low model was introduced.
01.01.1980
Wide cab introduced
The first ever wide cab for the Grafter was launched.
01.01.1990
Front independent suspension introduced
Front independent suspension introduced.
01.01.1988
Expansion
Grafter available in the United States, Chile, Columbia and Peru.
01.01.2002
Next generation launched
The ELF KR, part of the new generation of vehicles, was introduced.
01.01.2004
Manufacturing milestone
ELF made more than four million vehicles.
01.01.2006
Innovative changes
A series of innovative changes were made to the Grafter range, taking light-duty trucks to the next level.

Every single vehicle in the Isuzu Grafter range has the same engine – a 150bhp, four-cylinder diesel which is both turbocharged and intercooled, meaning that you won’t have any problems reaching the speed limit on a quiet motorway.

Previous Grafter Model with a young-looking Nikki King back in 2003
Previous Grafter Model with a young-
looking Nikki King back in 2003
 

The Grafter is a great example of how they can be used for a variety of purposes. The Grafter could become a curtainside, refrigerator box, tipper or perhaps a recovery truck. Its versatility is one of the range’s greatest assets.

Grafters are also very well-equipped. As standard, you can expect to find a reinforced floor structure, door intrusion bars, noise suppression, driver and passenger SRS airbags, keyless remote-control door entry, central locking, a radio/CD player and electric windows.

The Grafter also has a choice of three types of cab. You could go for a three-man compact and narrow cab, a larger three-man cab or, for some really big jobs in mind, a six-man crew cab.

Isuzu Grafter In a nutshell

The Grafter is a truck that is perfect for any drivers who want a vehicle with a little flexibility as well as drivability and ease of movement.

Making Light Of Hard Work: The Isuzu Grafter | A Trucklocator Review

The Isuzu Grafter first came to the UK in 1993 but in 2008 the chassis cab enjoyed a major overhaul. This resulted in an improved cab with more internal space and a revised three-litre... Read More

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The clue is in the name: all graft and no frills 4/5 by John Briggs I run a Grafter dropsides from 2008. It has the bigger three litre common rail diesel engine and a larger cab than earlier models. The engine is good, with lots of torque and the narrow chassis makes... Read full review

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