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July 17, 2023

The Hyundai HD78 GT Truck Now Comes With A Motorcycle Carrier Body

Hyundai’s “truck of all trades,” the HD78 GT adds a new possible body application: the motorcycle carrier.

Serving a sector that’s been on the rise in sales in 2020, the Hyundai HD78 GT Motorcycle Carrier allows those in the two-wheeled mobility sector to capitalize on this growing industry thanks to the following features:
  • Extra Long Wheelbase (ELWB) variant with deck length that can reach 19.5 feet and a payload capacity of 3.9 tons can accommodate up to 24 motorcycles.
  • 2.9-liter Turbocharger Intercooler Diesel Engine delivers 160 PS of power and 392 Nm of torque.
  • Rigid, high-strength ladder frame chassis can take on heavy cargo as well as punishing road conditions.
  • Cross-member reinforcement resists twisting and bending.
  • Anti-Collision Door Beams and sturdy rust-proof steel cab and frame dissipate the impact on the sides and front, in the case of a crash.
  • Built-in PTO channels power from the engine to make auxiliary equipment work, allowing for the operation of a hydraulic lift.
  • Spacious, driver-friendly amenities, including an air-conditioned cabin.
Besides the basic warranty (varies by body build/manufacturer), it comes with Hyundai Truck and Buses’ 3-year or 200,000-km (whichever comes first) cab and chassis warranty.

For a truck of its category, all these features spell best value and adaptability to different body applications, boosting your chances to improve your bottom-line.

Developed to meet global standards, the Hyundai HD78 GT is available in deck lengths of up to 15 feet for the medium wheelbase (MWB), up to 18 ft for the long wheelbase (LWB), and up to 19.5 ft for the extra-long wheelbase (ELWB). This means it can be customized to suit other “recession-proof” industries—from refrigerated vans for pharmaceuticals and perishables to garbage dump trucks for local government units, from aluminum or wing vans for beer and alcohol distributors to drop sides for construction and home repair services.

1 comment:

  1. "Developed to meet global standards"... I wonder if these trucks can pass the EU safety standards...


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