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Old 03-09-2018, 11:52 PM   #1
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Toyota/Hino Super C in 2020?

Saw this in the Overdrive Mag. the other day! Is a Toyota/Hino Super C a option in the near future? Only time will tell?

https://www.overdriveonline.com/hino...a070194af5d620
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Saw this in the Overdrive Mag. the other day! Is a Toyota/Hino Super C a option in the near future? Only time will tell?
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It would be nice to see something other than a Freightliner offerings.

The big school bus makers seem to stuck 100% to them (because they share ownership.)
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Sorry, but a class 8 truck with only 1150 ft lbs of tq will be very limited in its uses.... Never a bad thing for competition though...
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