The Isuzu Elf is a medium-duty truck produced by Isuzu since 1959. Outside Japan, it is known as the N series and Q Series.
Elf has a clean diesel engine. Made by combining Isuzu's technologies, such as the intelligent Accuracy Refinement Technology "i-ART", variable exhaust valves, and model-based EGR control have achieved eco-friendly driving that reduces exhaust gas.
There are also many functions that enhance fuel efficiency. Some functions are playing an active role to enable good fuel consumption such as "the electro continuously variable capacity type turbocharger" that improves low-speed torque and acceleration and the high capacity cooled EGR to suppress fuel consumption loss.
If it's an AT car, you don't need to operate the clutch, and transmission called "Smoother EX" makes it comfortable to drive.
Small-sized trucks, which are often used in the city, have risk of accidents with pedestrians and predecessors. Isuzu's Elf is equipped with advanced safety devices to ensure safe driving without accidents. Pre-crash brakes that detect the risk of collision, inter-vehicle distance warning, lane departure warning, etc. are equipped with alarms and devices that operate automatically to prevent accidents.
Another feature is that the camera is installed on the dashboard so that pedestrians can be recognized properly. Not only adults but also children can be easily detected, so the risk of collision with pedestrians can be reduced.
This truck is usually used for commercial purposes so both have big tires providing decent road grip even in tough weather. It has a hard strong body and comes in many colors to choose from. Also, the recent models do have a slightly better look as compared to the old ones.