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Yokohama Sets Tire Program for Isuzu Truck Dealers

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America has teamed up with Yokohama Tire Corp. on the new Isuzu Commercial Truck Dealer Program.    

This program will allow Isuzu truck dealers nationwide to provide the complete Yokohama line of replacement tires to their customers.  

Shaun Skinner, executive vice president and general manager for Isuzu, said that, “the Yokohama/Isuzu tire program is just another example of Isuzu’s commitment to its dealers by offering innovative programs that pass along exceptional savings and one stop service and parts for their customers. The program not only supports the Isuzu product line, but enables Isuzu dealers to offer the superior Yokohama line of replacement tires brand for all light, medium and heavy duty trucks. The Yokohama tire is also the approved replacement tire that is offered as part of the Isuzu Priority Service Maintenance Program.”

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