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Hino North America Names President, CEO

Hino Trucks has appointed Shigehiro Matsuoka president and chief executive officer of Hino North America effective Feb. 1. Matsuoka succeeds Yoshinori Noguchi.

Hino Shows Off XL Series Towing & Recovery Trucks

Hino Trucks expanded its product lineup this past Spring with the introduction of the all-new Class 7 and Class 8 XL Series. Recently featured at the 2018 American Towman show in Baltimore, the trucks featured a fully equipped Miller Industries Century 3212 G2 medium-duty wrecker and an LCG16 Series carrier.

What's New in Medium Duty

There are more options than ever for midrange truck and cargo van buyers, from powertrain and fuel choices to driver amenities.

2019 Vocational Work Truck Round-Up

The newest batch of work trucks sheds weight, adds performance capabilities, and is available with versatile options. In this annual guide, we highlight the newest models and features that fleets should look out for.

Hino & WABCO Partner on Safety Technology

WABCO Holdings Inc., entered into a strategic partnership with Hino Trucks to provide its latest generation braking control technology and a range of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) for Hino Trucks’ forthcoming heavy-duty truck debut in North America.

Volkswagen Names New CEO

Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller is being replaced by Volkswagen brand chief Herbert Diess, in a week full of news for the German-based auto and commercial vehicle maker.

Hino, VW Ink Long-Term Strategic Partnership Deal

A new, long-term, strategic agreement reached by Hino and Volkswagen will evaluate technology cooperation between the two companies with a focus on conventional powertrains, hybrid and electric powertrains, as well as connectivity and autonomous driving systems.

Hino Recalls 2018-2019 Trucks for Valve Train Nuts

Hino Motor Sales U.S.A., Inc. is recalling an estimated 45 2018 to 2019 trucks with engine codes NE8J, NJ8J, and NV8J because the screw lock nuts that secure the engine's valve train may not have been properly tightened during manufacturing, and could potentially loosen within the engine and damage it.