For years, Hino conventional models were the fastest growing medium-duty trucks. Now, the new L Series, which replaces the 238 through 338 conventional lineup, improves upon that standard. 

Available in the L6 (Class 6) and L7 (Class 7), the Hino L Series is built with improvements in driver and passenger comfort, safety, and functionality. 
“The most exciting addition is the new cab configurations. The 30-inch extended cab will have seating for five, and the 44-inch crew cab will have full-size doors, seat six passengers, and provide the comfort of rear zone A/C and heat,” said Dominik Beckman, director of marketing and dealer operations for Hino Trucks. “We have several customers in the towing, utility, landscaping, moving, municipal, etc., industries that are excited about the added cab capacity.”

The L Series falls in the same GVWR range of applications as the previous models, ranging from 23,000- to 33,000-pounds GVWR: 23,000-25,950 pounds for the L6 and 33,000 pounds for the L7. 

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