Isuzu MU-X, V Cross D-Max Available With Huge Discounts

by Vivaan Khatri | 25/09/2019
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Isuzu is offering attractive discounts on the MUX and V-Cross D-Max model this September. Here are the details of the discount scheme.

Isuzu is one of the lesser-known car brands in India market. Two most popular models on Isuzu’s portfolio are V Cross D-Max and Isuzu MU-X. Providing only several products, Isuzu is still able to capture stable sales to maintain its existence in the market. Recently, the Japanese carmaker has introduced new discounts across its range. The discount will be available until the end of October 2019.

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Isuzu MUX and D-Max is available with huge discount this month

Isuzu offers a discount of Rs 50,000 on the D-Max commercial variant while the MU-X SUV is available with a discount of Rs 2 lakh. Besides these two models, Isuzu also introduces discounts on the D-Max and S-Cab and V-Cross base variant. These discount offers will be implemented to the ex-showroom price of these models. According to Isuzu, the discounts are equal to 10 per cent of tax for each model.

Also read - 2019 Isuzu D-Max V-Cross (facelift) Launched At Rs 15.51 Lakh

The automobile market is seeing a massive slowdown which affects every partaker of the industry, from the largest companies like Maruti Suzuki or Hyundai to the less popular brands like Isuzu. To make the most out of the festive season, all carmakers in the market are now offering massive discounts as a way to stimulate customer’s demand.

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Isuzu recently introduced a new variant named Z Prestige on the V Cross Range

Recently, Isuzu just launched the new Z Prestige variant on the V Cross at the price of Rs 19.99 lakh. This variant is the first pick-up truck to get the 6-speed automatic gearbox, which makes it more expensive than its counterpart by 3 lakh. The top-spec manual model is the High Z is priced at 17 lakh. Isuzu V-Cross Z Prestige receives power from the 1.9 diesel engine that develops a maximum power of 150 PS and 350 Nm while the regular variants are powered by a 2.5-litre diesel engine that makes 134 PS and 320 Nm. Except for the Z Prestige, the rest employs a 5-speed manual transmission. According to Isuzu, the new 1.9-litre engine, despite having smaller displacement, is actually more powerful and fuel-efficient. For car news, visit IndianAuto.com.

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