Hino Trucks: Heavy- and Medium-Duty L Series and XL Series.

With 80 years of truck manufacturing history, Hino Trucks is one of the premier heavy- and medium-duty commercial truck brands in the U.S. With a product lineup that offers fully connected vehicles with low total cost of ownership, superior fuel economy, unmatched reliability and maneuverability, and the most comprehensive bundle of standard features on the market, Hino trucks set a new standard. Rush Truck Centers offers new and used Hino truck inventory at our 27 Hino dealerships across the country. From delivery, refuse and utility applications to dump, tanker and crane capabilities, you can count on the Hino L Series and XL Series trucks to get the job done.



Hino XL Series Box Truck

XL Series Heavy-Duty Trucks.

The XL Series trucks take Hino’s lineup to the next level with options for straight truck and tractor configurations and GVWRs ranging from 33,000 lbs. to 62,000 lbs. Ideal for box, dump, snowplow, tanker, crane and refuse applications, the versatile XL7 and XL8 are here to maximize your business’s functionality. Known for their driving performance, economy, durability and reliability, the XL Series heavy-duty trucks will make an excellent addition to your fleet.

Hino L Series Truck with flatbad body

L Series Medium-Duty Trucks.

The medium-duty L Series trucks improve upon Hino's previous conventional models with an upgraded automotive-grade interior, a host of advanced safety features and larger cab configurations for more versatility than ever before. The L6 and L7 are ideal for applications ranging from 23,000 lbs. to 33,000 lbs. GVWR and are here to maximize your business’s functionality. No matter what your business needs, there’s a Hino L Series truck to help you do more.

L6

L7

Frequently Asked Questions.

Who makes Hino trucks?

Hino trucks are produced by Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc., a subsidiary Hino Motors, Ltd. Hino Motors is a subsidiary of the Toyota Motor Corporation and part of the Toyota Group.

Where are Hino trucks manufactured?

Trucks manufactured by Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A. are assembled at their 1-million-square-foot production facility in Mineral Wells, West Virginia.

What engines are in Hino trucks?

The medium-duty L Series L6 and L7 Hino Trucks are equipped with the Cummins B6.7L 240-260 hp engine. For the 2021 model, the B6.7 features upgrades that allow for extended engine maintenance intervals, including longer oil drain intervals, more time between fuel filter changes and a completely maintenance-free crankcase ventilation filter.

The heavy-duty XL Series XL7 and XL8 are equipped with a Cummins L9 300-360 hp engine. For the 2021 model, the L9 increases efficiency by minimizing frictional losses and optimizing combustion to improve fuel economy and lower operating costs without sacrificing performance.

How many miles will a Hino truck last?

In general, semi-trucks can drive between 750,000 and 1 million miles with proper care and regular maintenance.

The Cummins B6.7 engine found in the L Series trucks has an oil change interval of up to 30,000 miles while the Cummins L9 found in the XL Series truck has an oil change interval of up to 50,000 miles. Depending on the model, Cummins engines have a life expectancy of up to 500,000 miles.

How much does a Hino truck cost?

The cost of a Hino truck can vary greatly depending on the model, year, mileage, condition, configuration and added customizations.

View our new and used Hino truck inventory and contact us to receive a specific quote from one of our sales representatives based on the vehicle and any customization options you are interested in.

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Does Hino make electric trucks?

In 2020, Hino announced that it was beginning work on “Project Z”, the manufacturer’s development path to zero emissions vehicles. By 2024, Hino plans to launch zero emissions electric vehicles ranging from Class 4 to Class 8.

In addition, Hino announced the Hino INCLUSEV program in March 2022. INCLUSEV which will provide electric vehicle enablement solutions, including customer EV consulting, intelligent charging solutions, warrantied infrastructure and Hino electric trucks in development.

What is HinoEdge?

HinoEdge is Hino’s connected vehicle solution, providing a digital connection between customers, dealers, Telematics service providers and the Hino Ultimate Support Center. Through Hino Edge, customers can use the Case Management system to keep up to date on vehicle recalls, review needed maintenance and be alerted to fault codes. In addition, the Hino Dashboard allows customers to view the location of their fleet, find the nearest dealers and view metrics on key performance indicators such as idle time and fuel economy.

Rush Truck Centers also partners with Geotab, the leading provider of commercial telematics, to offer one of the most advanced solutions for remote diagnostics and monitoring services.  When you install the compact Geotab GO® device in your Hino truck, you will have access to real-time data for visibility into the activity of your fleet so you can take steps to optimize fleet performance.  And our RushCare Customer Support Team can provide a variety of technology and support solutions to increase your uptime, improve safety and strengthen compliance.

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What is HinoWatch?

HinoWatch is Hino’s 24/7 roadside assistance program. For the first three years of Hino ownership, customers can receive roadside assistance anywhere within the United States and Canada. Lockout services, battery jumpstarts and information on finding the nearest dealer or service center are included free of charge.

Rush Truck Centers also has a fleet of more than 500 mobile service trucks across the country that can come to you when and where your truck needs service. We’ll get you back in operation quickly or transport you safely to one of our service facilities.

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How many Hino dealerships does Rush Truck Centers have?

Rush Truck Centers is the largest commercial vehicle dealership in the country and currently operates 27 full-service Hino dealerships in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia.

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Is Rush Truck Centers certified to service and sell parts for Hino trucks?

Our Rush Truck Centers dealerships are staffed by factory-trained, ASE-certified technicians qualified to work on heavy- and medium-duty vehicles of all makes and models. We currently have 34 dealerships certified to service and sell parts for Hino trucks, six of which are Certified Ultimate by Hino.

Certified Ultimate dealers must pass rigorous parts and service guidelines set by Hino that ensure customers experience premier sales, parts and service support. Our dealerships in Austin, Dallas, Houston, Pharr and San Antonio, Texas, as well as Olathe, Kansas, are Certified Ultimate dealers.

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