Hyundai HD72 Truck - Price, Engine Specs & Dimensions
An extremely versatile vehicle, the Hyundai HD72 can be modified to suit your specific needs.

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Hyundai HD72

The Hyundai HD72: Mighty

The Hyundai HD72 is the big brother to the smaller HD65 and features a gross vehicle weight of 7 200kgs, making it the perfect medium duty commercial business partner.

Like the HD65, the HD72’s cargo area can be easily fitted to transform your truck into a Flatbed, Dry or Refrigerated Van, Tank or Vacuum Lorry, Dump Truck, Mobile Service Bar or Crane Truck.

The HD series of medium duty commercial trucks are fitted with advanced 4-channel ABS and EBD braking systems that sense when your truck’s wheels are in danger of locking on slippery roads and adjust your vehicle’s braking systems accordingly for maximum safety.

Safety is further ensured thanks to the HD’s high cab, wide windows and large mirrors for best visibility.

Hyundai has ensured the durability of the HD72 through rigorous quality tests such as waterproofing and corrosion tests. These tests are carried out on all Hyundai HD72 trucks before they leave the factory to ensure that they are of the high quality and value for money that you have come to expect from Hyundai.

HD72 Safety Features

The HD72 offers safety features such as:

  • ABS with EBD
  • Large Mirrors
  • Air Intake Stack Pipe
  • Toolbox for Safe Storage
  • Adjustable Steering column

HD72 Dimensions

The Hyundai HD72 has more than enough storage space or bed size for all your business needs:

  • Overall Length: 6,520mm
  • Overall Width: 2, 000mm
  • Overall Height: 2, 215mm
  • Front Overhang: 1, 120mm
  • Rear Overhang: 1, 665mm
  • Wheelbase: 3, 735mm
  • Bumper to back of cab: 4, 860mm
  • Cab to rear axle / unit: 3, 195mm

HD72 Colours

For best visibility options, the HD72 is only available in ceramic white.

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