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  • The Isuzu Fuel Eco Challenge

    September 17, 2019

    The Isuzu Fuel Eco Challenge continues on for 2019. Fresh from the success of the 2018 edition that saw six mu-X and D-Max owners emerge victorious after posting their best fuel economy figures, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has extended the challenge towards the various Isuzu car clubs. Held last August 3, August 10, and August 17, the three legs saw members of the mu-X Owners of the Philippines, Team Isuzu Pilipinas, as well as those...

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    Isuzu highlights N-Series’ car-like feel

    September 10, 2019

    Commercial vehicle manufacturer, Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL), has proven itself eager to reiterate the virtues of its latest light-duty NNR Traypack range that the company claims make it a viable alternative to smaller light commercial vehicles for trade applications. In a bid to make this conclusion even more foregone, Isuzu Trucks has this year added two new additions to its popular Ready-to-Work range – the independent front suspension NNR 55/45-150 TC-AMT (automated manual transmission with...

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    Cairns to the Tip of Australia with Isuzu

    August 27, 2019

    For many four-wheel-drive owners, the journey to the northern most part of Australia is on their bucket list. But it’s not as easy as it seems, even in an Isuzu. Sitting in the car parked in Cairns, at first you think the map is lying to you. Tap in destinations such as Weipa or Seisia – two popular locations on the western side of Cape York – and the navigation estimate says it will take the...

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    Isuzu Ups Warranty

    August 20, 2019

    Isuzu takes it to competitors with an extra year of warranty and more comprehensive capped-price servicing. Isuzu Ute Australia has announced new warranty terms alongside its MY19 updates to the D-Max ute and MU-X SUV range. The new terms cover both the D-Max and MU-X for a six-year/150,000km period, complete with a six-year roadside assist package. Isuzu has also upped its capped-price servicing program to seven years/105,000km, with a total cost of $3600 over the...

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    Isuzu Overachievers Refreshed

    August 13, 2019

    For an automotive company, you could have far worse brand characteristics than being renowned for toughness and durability — especially if you operate solely in creating rugged workhorses and vehicles made for conquering unsealed terrain. Isuzu Ute benefits from being an offshoot of its parent truck company, not only because of its name recognition but also its products since launching in Australia in 2008. It says it builds its vehicles “from the truck down”, as opposed...

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