Isuzu India to increase prices by 1 to 3 per cent from January 1, 2019
Isuzu India has announced that it will be increasing prices of its SUVs and pick-up trucks with effect from January 1, 2019.
This price hike will range from 1 to 2 per cent for its range of commercial vehicles like the D-Max Regular Cab and D-Max S-Cab. Its range of lifestyle vehicles will see a price increase of three to four per cent. These are the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross and the MU-X SUV. This hike translates into a price increase of Rs 15,000 to 1 lakh depending on the model.
For 2018, the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross gets a mild facelift, which includes LED DRLs and side steps
The D-Max V-Cross is priced at Rs 14.82 lakh for the Standard variant while the High variant is priced Rs 16.32 lakh. The V-Cross is powered by a 2.5 litre four-cylinder turbocharged diesel motor which makes 135PS and 320Nm.
Notable features on the V-Cross include LED daytime running lamps, LED tail lights now along with side steps. In addition, the High variant gets chrome detailing to distinguish it from the Standard variant. An important addition inside is the new, touchscreen equipped infotainment system for the Standard variant. In terms of equipment, the D-Max V-Cross now gets electronic stability control and traction control along with cruise control. The driver's seat gets electric adjustment as well. This is in addition to convenience features like automatic climate control and a reverse camera.
The MU-X SUV, a refreshed version of what was launched recently, is priced at Rs 26.26 lakh for the 4X2 version. The 4X4 version is priced at Rs 28.22 lakh. This SUV gets a bigger 3.0 litre diesel motor which makes 177PS and 380Nm.
The Isuzu MU-X facelift features updated Bi-LED auto-levelling projector lamps with integrated LED DRLs, as well as a revised grille and front bumper design, which Isuzu calls eagle-inspired. The latter now sports larger round fog lamps and chrome inserts. The body lines from the sides remain unchanged. There are bigger 18-inch multi-spoke wheels with a twist design too.
At the rear are revised tail lamps with accentuated LED position lamps, larger 2-tone roof spoiler, a shark fin antenna with gunmetal finish and new bumper design. The interior now receives a new Lava Black upholstery and quilted leather seats.
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