Contact Us Find a Dealer

 

Explore Our Range of Trucks and Buses

The Hino Built to Go range offers light and medium-duty customers a high quality, cost effective and versatile drive away solution.

Featuring class leading levels of safety with Hino SmartSafe and in cab technology found in all 300 Series models and our 500 Series Standard Cab Tipper, these trucks are the safest* Japanese trucks on the market.

Australiaโ€™s hardest working trucks are ready to go right now.

The new Hino 300 Series offers Australian customers class leading levels of safety, power and efficiency while also delivering benchmark levels of on-road performance and superior levels of interior ergonomics and comfort.

With more than 60 models including Standard, Wide or Crew Cab variants, high horsepower or Hybrid electric-diesel models, we have a 300 Series light-duty truck to suit your needs.

The 500 Series boasts the most comprehensive active safety package of any Japanese truck in the medium duty truck category. With more than 100 models available, Hino continues to offer legendary fuel and operating efficiency.

The Hino 700 series continues to win over buyers requiring a heavy duty truck with its class leading combination of reliability, comfort and affordability.

Proven in the Australian market for more than 50 years, Hino has a bus to suit your requirements.

Explore Our Range

Parts

Keeping your Hino 100% Hino with Genuine Parts.

Service

Get the advantage of greater business convenience and direction.

Finance

Flexible finance solutions that will enable you to take advantage of a new Hino vehicle quicker and easier.

Hino Traq

At Hino we are driven to do more for you and now with our telematics system you can be linked to your trucks 24/7 in real time.

Latest Promotion

What's happening at Hino

News

Hino Grows its sales network into Lismore

Hino Australia has expanded its dealership network with the appointment of Southside Truck Centre in Lismore, New South Wales as a sales branch.

Blog

What do the trade restrictions between China and Australia mean for the trucking industry in 2021?

As a response to COVID-19, Australia supported a growing call for an international enquiry into the way China have handled the pandemic. This sparked a backlash from China, who responded by introducing tariffs on Australian wine and barley exports, and restrictions on coal, lobster, timber, red meat and cotton.

Blog

How can you benefit from the Temporary Full Expensing of Capital Assets scheme

As of last year, the Federal Government introduced a number of initiatives designed to support the economy and unemployment.

Connect with Us

Facebook  Instagram  LinkedIn  Youtube