The Isuzu D-Max V-Cross is currently available with a large discount of up to INR 5 lakh, which is equivalent to the price of the Maruti Swift base variant
The Isuzu D-Max V-Cross has been one of the most popular pickup trucks in India for quite some time now. Well-known for its off-road capabilities, the vehicle is the first non-commercial to gain constant sales number in India. With a view to overcoming the market slump and preparing for the launch of the upcoming facelifted D-Max V-Cross, the truck is being offered with huge discounts of more than INR 3 lakh to INR 5 lakh by some dealers. In the meanwhile, customers who buy the MU-X can save up to over INR 5 lakh.
Coming back to the title, why do we say that now, you can buy a D-Max V-Cross with a free Maruti Swift? Let us explain. Discounts of INR 5 lakh are no small deal since with this money, you can buy a Maruti Swift base variant, which costs INR 4.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). While the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross price is INR 15.32 lakh, that of the MU-X is INR 27.35 lakh (all prices are ex-showroom, Delhi). Offered with up to INR 5 lakh off, both of the vehicles become surprisingly cheap, particularly the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross.
With a discount of up to INR 5 lakh, the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross has become surprisingly cheap.
However, you need to beware of some more information. The discounts on the D-Max V-Cross are only available with certain colours. While there are some colours such as dark red, brown, silver or white are available, the black colour has been out of stock. The discount offers also vary, depending on the dealers. The Japanese automaker is offering discounts to clear the stock of the remaining units of the vehicle. This is done to prepare for the launch of the facelifted model.
The D-Max V-Cross facelift will come with a brand-new appearance along with some alterations done to the interior; however, the most considerable changes will be done to the engine. To be more specific, the pickup truck will be powered by a new 1.9-litre diesel motor which complies with the Euro VI and the upcoming BS-VI emission standards. The motor can produce a maximum power/peak torque of 164 PS/360 Nm. This facelifted version will also mark the first time that the transmission duties on the vehicle are undertaken by a 6-speed MT and 6-speed AT gearbox.
The Isuzu D-Max V-Cross facelift has been spied in India and is expected to be launched in India soon.
Currently, the truck receives power from a 2.5-litre diesel motor which can deliver 134 PS against 320 Nm and is mated to a 5-speed MT unit. A Borg Warner-sourced 4WD system with shift-on-the-fly feature for both low and high range is also provided to optimize the vehicle’s off-road capabilities.