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Hino Commercial Trucks

Nicholas Truck Sales & Service – Wilkes-Barre Scranton, Luzerne, Pennsylvania is an Authorized Hino Commercial Trucks dealer.

Hino of Scranton Wilkes-Barre

Hino of Scranton Wilkes-Barre / Nicholas Truck Sales & Service is situated in the heart of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, Nicholas Truck Sales & Service is an authorized Hino Truck dealer for sales and service of Light and Medium Duty Hino Commercial Trucks in the metro Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, and Hazleton Pennsylvania areas.

Hino of Scranton Wilkes-Barre / Nicholas Truck Sales & Service of Luzerne, Pennsylvania Carries Genuine Hino Truck Parts for all-makes and models of Medium Duty Trucks and Heavy Duty Hino Trucks, and a fully equipped Truck Service Department capable of servicing Hino, PLUS Toyota Diesel Engines.

Hino is a Toyota Group Company

Models range from 14,000 to 33,000 GVWR, the latest Conventional Cab mid-range trucks and Single-Axle City Tractor on the market today.

Used Trucks in a variety of models to fit your requirements.

Bodies and Equipment to meet any application or vocation.

Financing and Leasing Programs Available.

Customized Needs Analysis by our Professional Sales Staff.

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100 YEARS OF BUILDING HINO COMMERCIAL TRUCKS HAS TAUGHT US ONE THING:
WE’RE NEVER DONE LEARNING!

1984 in the United States was a time of promise. Ronald Reagan began his second term as President looking to build on a successful first term. The world’s best athletes arrived in Los Angeles for the 1984 Olympic Games. 1984 also marked the arrival of Hino Trucks into the U.S. market.

Coming to America. Hino’s American story begins three years before Hino trucks were available for sale in the United States. In 1981, the U.S. air base in Yokota, Japan bought two Hino RE deluxe touring buses for use in recreation outings and long-distance sightseeing tours for the families of U.S. Air Force personnel stationed at the base. This break with long-standing policy of U.S. armed forces in Japan to use only American brands in bus transportation was a result of American recognition of the quality of the Hino product. It would soon be time to seize the opportunity to provide this quality to the rest of the American market.

2019 Hino XL Prototype – Exterior And Interior WalkaroundTruck World 2018


All-New Hino XL Series: XL7 and XL8

Hino marked its introduction to the U.S. market when the first fully assembled FF175 rolled off the assembly line on August 4th, 1983. Hino had the product, but it still needed a manufacturing and distribution presence in the United States. This was addressed with the establishment of Hino America Distributor Incorporated (HADI), and then later Hino Diesel Trucks (HDT). Hino Diesel Trucks would become the sole distributor in 1986.

With a unified focus, Hino concentrated efforts during its first decade on building brand recognition and the outstanding reputation that it had already gained in other markets across the world. Hino initiated a number of strategies to jump-start sales momentum, including multiple trips to the Hino Motors, Ltd. headquarters in Japan for successful dealers. It gained national visibility through presence at tradeshows such as the SAE Expo where it had a chance to flex its engineering muscle. 1990 would also mark a new chapter for HDT as it opened a new U.S. headquarters in Orangeburg, New York.

Hino Commercial Trucks