The best thing about every new year is that we all get a fresh, clean start. Or in Hino Motors Philippines’ (HMP) case, 2018 is their chance to introduce a cleaner truck and bus lineup that all now run on Euro 4-compliant engines.

This move by HMP is in compliance with the government’s new regulations that aims to reduce the country’s carbon footprint. But apparently there’s a bonus to cleaner emissions. Hino’s new Euro 4 engines are also said to offer increased engine durability and greater cost efficiency which benefits its operators.

HMP’s new Euro 4-compliant fleet includes big, small, and everything in between. The updated list covers their Tractor Heads, Cab & Chassis Trucks, Dump Trucks, Cargo Cranes, Wing Vans, and Refrigerated Vans. Of course there’s also their 31-seater Cerito and 62-seater Grandeza Buses that are now fitted with more environment-friendly engines. They also didn’t forget about their ‘Hino Jeepney Class 3 AC’, which is their take on the modern jeepney as part of the government’s PUV modernization program. Yes, that’s Euro 4-compliant too.

“Hino is honored to have been given the opportunity to incorporate this ecological innovation to the Hino quality of trucks and buses. As we affirm our commitment to supporting the community, we will continue to leverage our ability to assemble and distribute quality trucks and buses designed to address the different needs of Filipinos in the most efficient way possible,” said HMP President Mr. Hiroshi Aoki.

Established in 1975, HMP is engaged in the assembly and distribution of quality Hino trucks, buses, and spare parts in the Philippines for more than 40 years. Known for providing safe, durable and reliable trucks, HMP meets the transport needs of businesses ranging from small and medium enterprises to big corporations.