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Isuzu Forward
Isuzu Plaza Isuzu Forward TKG-FRR.jpg
Also calledIsuzu F-Series
Chevrolet/GMC T-Series (United States 1997-2009)
Isuzu Borneo (Indonesia)
Isuzu Heavy Duty
Isuzu Giga (Indonesia)
Isuzu Deca (Thailand)
Chevrolet F series (Colombia)
Isuzu Tora (Turkey)
UD Condor (2017-)
HUAWEI FSR/FRR/FTR/FXZ (China 2021-Present)(Forward 3nd 4th and 5th Generation)
Biñan, Laguna, Philippines (IPC)
Ulyanovsk, Russia (Sollers-Isuzu)
Chongqing, China (Qingling)
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (IVC)
Huechuraba, Chile
Jakarta, Indonesia (IAMI)
Lagos, Nigeria (GMNL)
Pekan, Malaysia (Isuzu HICOM)
Karachi, Pakistan (Ghandhara Industries)
Istanbul, Turkey (Anadolu Isuzu)
Baku, Azerbaijan
China ZhenZhen (HUAWEI.Isuzu Motors Company)
Body and chassis
Body styleTruck (standard cab (Worldwide), crew cab (Australia only))
PlatformHINO KM (China)
Engine6BB1, 6BD1, 6BD1T, 6BG1, 6BG1T, 6HH1, 6SD1, 6HK1, CHS 3, 4HK1
TransmissionIsuzu (manual/semi-automatic)
Allison (automatic)
Eaton Fuller (manual)

The Isuzu Forward (Japanese: いすゞ・フォワード, Isuzu Fowādo) (also known as the Isuzu F-Series) is a line of medium-duty commercial vehicles manufactured by Isuzu since 1970. All F-series trucks are cab over designs and the cabin comes fully built from the factory. Most models come with a diesel engine; but, some markets get CNG derivatives as well. The F-series is available a variety of cab styles, engines, 4WD or 2WD depending on the market it is sold. Most trucks are assembled in Japan; however, they are locally assembled from CKD kits in some countries.

Most mid-size and big-size models of the truck are distinguishable by a front 'Forward' badge; but the common Isuzu badge is usually used on the rear.

The Isuzu Forward is among the commercial grade trucks used by the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force for rear line duties.

In the United States, its principal competitors are Bering MD, Chevrolet W-Series, GMC W-Series, Mitsubishi Fuso FK and the UD 2000/2300. In Japan, its main competitors are Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter, Nissan Diesel/UD Trucks Condor, Hino Ranger.

For the Chilean and Peruvian markets, the trucks were shipped from Japan as CKD kits to Huechuraba, Chile, where up to 2 a day can be assembled by a team of 13 workers. They were badged as Chevrolets, and GMCs until 2009. On June 10, 2008, GM Chile announced its 20,000th Isuzu truck assembled in its Huechuraba plant (including N and F series).

Current lineup

Isuzu Forward Wing-truck
Isuzu Forward Wing-truck
Chevrolet FVR (Colombia)
Chevrolet FVR (Colombia)


  • FRR
  • FSR
  • FTR
  • FVR
  • FVM
  • FVZ
  • FSS
  • FTS


Isuzu FTR as fire engine (Australia)
Isuzu FTR as fire engine (Australia)
Isuzu FVR 1000 (Australia)
Isuzu FVR 1000 (Australia)

Isuzu is the market leader in Australia and makes unique models to that market. It includes Crew cabs of popular models with options like 4X4 and PTO. Australia also receives slightly larger versions codenamed FX-series.

  • FRD
  • FSR
  • FSD
  • FTR
  • FVR
  • FVD
  • FVM
  • FVL
  • FVZ
  • GVD
  • FSS
  • FTS
  • FXR
  • FXD
  • FXZ
  • FXY
  • FXL
  • GXD

Discontinued models

  • FRD
  • FSD
  • FRS
  • GSR
  • JCS (SKD assembled in India by Hindustan)

See also

External links

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