The UD Quon trucks, a heavy-duty commercial truck manufactured by the Japanese manufacturer UD Trucks (previously known as Nissan Diesel). Introduced in 2004. The UD Quon’s principal competitors are the Mitsubishi Fuso Super Great, Isuzu Giga, and Hino Profia also known as Hino 700. The UD Quon truck has received a new facelift on April 11, 2017. Also, it is a new 11-liter GH11 diesel engine.
Highly reliable and durable trucks are essential for ensuring the high levels of uptime and distribution that shippers demand. UD Quon truck achieves its unrivaled quality throughout the entire trucks, easily passing tests in even the strictest environments.
Truly safe driving on a daily basis requires the truck to predict potential dangers and immediately notify the driver. The UD Quon truck features safety systems based on advanced technology including Traffic Eye braking and Driver Alert.
History of UD Quon Truck
The heavy-duty UD Quon truck developed as the flagship truck for UD Trucks. While integrating engine technologies, electronic technologies, and eco-friendly technologies accumulated by the company, it also significantly boosted environmental performance and fuel economy via the world’s first selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system called FLENDS (Final Low Emission New Diesel System).
Redesigned from a blank page, while capitalizing on the qualities of its highly praised predecessor Big Thumb, the heavy-duty UD Quon truck hit the market in 2004 and became the company’s flagship vehicle. UD Quon integrated the most advanced technologies – some world-first innovations – in electronics, safety, and the environment.
Although many around the world believed meeting the rigorous long-term emission regulations set to go into effect in Japan in 2005 was an impossible task, the company succeeded one year ahead of schedule, introducing a top-level urea selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system called FLENDS (Final Low Emission New Diesel System) in the exhaust gas after-treatment system. The engine of the UD Quon truck equipped with a GE13 engine with a unit injector, etc. The highest model is 410 HP. The new cab, which has adopted a novel design, has greatly improved aerodynamic performance by repeating wind tunnel tests.
Furthermore, secure a comfortable space that won’t get tired even if you drive for a long time, and adapt around the cockpit that is easy to operate. Detailed ideas have been made. In terms of safety, UD trucks are introducing mechanisms to improve cab rigidity, adopt the world’s first knee airbag, and standard adoption of a collision damage reduction brake.