The GMC Kodiak which is also known as the Chevrolet Kodiak is actually a mid sized duty trucks that was launched and designed from the automaker group of General Motors Corporation. It was during the year of 1980 to 2009 that this vehicle series was manufactured and was also accepted as the most popular medium sized duty truck suitable for the commercial market. Used widely for multiple commercial social works such as work trucks, cargo vans, cargo haulers, dumping trucks and many more which are prominently required with a duty torque, robust capacity and GVWR. These cars are also provided with coachbuilder option that helps in pickup in utilization of consumers commercial trucks.
Made from the house of General Motors, this vehicle version of GMC Kodiak was also popularly called as the Isuzu H-series that was produced in the years of 1980 to 2009.
The configurations and assembly of the car components and parts were done at different global locations such as the Flint of Michigan, Toluca of Mexico, Bogota of Colombia and Tejerías of Venezuela. The body and chassis of the car was also done with modern specifications and features to make it more comfortable and convenient for drivers on rugged and surface road. It is prominently a medium duty truck that was fitted with frontal engine layout along with rear wheel drive and four wheel drive facilities.
Comprising of three generations of models, the car was launched as a stronger version of the C series trucks that was already in the market at that time. Exhibiting frontier beast pattern and more prominent features for heavy capacity, thus truck was also termed as Top kick for its sturdiness.