Isuzu Rodeo pickup truck leasing customers told of climbing fuel costs

Monday 21 February 2011 | By Evolution InternetBack to Newsroom

Isuzu Rodeo pickup truck leasing customers told of climbing fuel costs


Isuzu Rodeo pickup truck leasing clients have been informed by the Road Haulage Association (RHA) of rising fuel prices.

The organisation's survey found that diesel prices have hit a record high of an average 109.48 p per litre before VAT.

Such an increase marks a 0.62 p surge from the week before for Isuzu Rodeo pickup truck leasing customers.

However, those who drive such a vehicle could find the Denver Max Plus model helps their fuel go further.

According to the manufacturer, the Denver Max Plus - which has a three-litre diesel engine - emits 222g/km of CO2 and provides combined fuel consumption for manual gearboxes of 33.6 mpg.

"The Denver Max Plus is one of the greenest double-cab pickups on the market," Isuzu claims.

Meanwhile, RHA director of policy Jack Semple said a fuel duty increase planned for April will hit businesses hard and would be the eighth put in place since November 2008.