Sunday, April 19, 2015

Isuzu Revamps D-Max for 2015, Adds VGS to Turbo

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) is gearing up for the pickup truck wars as they revamp their D-Max for 2015. Launching their latest offering at the Clark International Speedway, the tough and reliable pickup truck now becomes more powerful and capable with its new drivetrain and re-tweaked features.

This year, IPC is shelving its 3.0-liter 4JJ1-TC engine in favor of the 2.5-liter 4JK-1 TC engine which is now fitted across the D-Max line. The high-end LS variant and standard LT 4x4 variant will how have a high-output version of the engine fitted with a new Variable Geometry System (VGS) turbocharger to complement the Common Rail Direct Injection (CRDi) technology. It packs a maximum output of 136 horsepower at 3,400 rpm and 320 Nm from 1,800 to 2,800 rpm.

“The new model with the 2.5-liter engine gives the D-Max better performance and stronger torque as compared to the previous models. Ideally better torque equates to improved performance, even on uneven roads,” says IPC President Nobuo Izumina.


Combining this new drivetrain, IPC is also upgrading the D-Max LS’s list of standard features. It now comes with a newly designed projector headlamps, LED combination rear lamps, custom bed liner, and a reverse sensor system.

Inside, it gets a new 2-DIN audio-visual entertainment system with built-in navigation, a dark gray interior trim, and leather seats to provide a more relaxing experience.

Also new for 2015 is the LT-X variant which bridges the gap between the utilitarian LT (Light Truck) and LS (Life Style) variants. The LT-X is easily distinguishable with its standard custom bed liner and 15-inch alloy wheels fitted with 215/70R15 tires. Inside, it gets the same 2-DIN AV-system as the LS variants as well as a leather-wrapped steering wheel.


“The 2015 Isuzu D-MAX has what a typical pick-up user would want in his/her truck. It is proven to show its top performance in whatever terrain – whether on or off road,” says Mr. Izumina. “Our new Isuzu D-MAX LT-X variant is fit not just to withstand the usual capabilities of the current pick-up trucks in the market but to go beyond the borders of stereotypes.”

Marking its launch, IPC has introduced a new tagline for the 2015 D-Max: “All You Need”, referring to its core values of reliability, durability, safety, and fuel efficiency. IPC also says that the new D-Max is clearly the result of close collaboration between the carmaker and its customers.

Adding to the D-Max’s milestone this year is that it passes the ASEAN New Car Assessment Program or NCAP with flying colors and bags a 4-star rating in both the Adult Occupant Protection (AOP) and Child Occupant Protection (COP) categories. It’s also awarded with the Best Child Occupant Protection Award by the Automobile Association of the Philippines (AAP). Aside from the reverse parking sensors, the 2015 D-Max features dual SRS airbags, anti-lock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution, and ISOFIX child seat anchors.


“With the recent 4-star ratings that we received from the ASEAN NCAP, the D-MAX is now not just durable and dependable, it is also certified a safe ride for its passengers,” says Mr. Izumina.

Trying to remain competitive in the market, IPC is announcing the availability of eight variants now available at all Isuzu dealerships nationwide:
  • Cab & Chassis – P 712,000
  • LT M/T – P 872,000
  • LT-X M/T – P 935,000
  • LT M/T 4x4 – P 1,178,000
  • LS M/T 4x2 – P 1,154,000
  • LS A/T 4x2 – P 1,206,000
  • LS M/T 4x4 – P 1,428,000
  • LS A/T 4x4 – P 1,487,000
It also comes with a splash of color with the new Cobalt Blue color. It joins the existing colors of Cosmic Black, Garnet Red, Titanium Silver, and Splash White.

76 comments:

  1. Overseas D-Max models got 5 star ANCAP ratings. Akala ko naman may ESC and Traction control na kasi inemphasize nila safety... :/

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  2. Most vehicles get downgraded when they reach our market. I think it would have gained 5 stars if Isuzu didn't get rid of the extra 4 airbags.

    No more X-Series?

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  3. apparently isuzu always wanted to sell us their old engines. Philippines is a bagsakan haven for their old and outdated engines. Look at the engine of the crosswind. How many people have they fooled. They are now giving us 4jk1 tc engines. This engine should be paired to the all new 2nd gen dmax a year ago. Why now? Maybe due to competition from all new strada and navarra.

    Thailand can have the latest engines from isuzu but Philippines must have the older model engines. no wonder, ang baho talaga pag may isuzu dumadaan or naka idle sa tabi...

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    1. sir, di po mawawala yung crosswind or even yung mitsubishi adventure. wala gagamitin yung mga UV Express. low maintenance po kasi itong mga 'to. kung galit ka sa kanila, wag ka na lang magsalita. kung ayaw mo nang sasakyan nila, edi wag mo bilhin.

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    2. ^Baka iniisip lang nya ang kalikasan... ang isuzu at mitsu naman ata ang iniisip bulsa nila...

      Pero mas maporma ito kesa sa disenyo ng bagong Strada...

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    3. Kung hindi tayo magsasalita, akala ng isuzu... gago ang mga pinoy. Ang mga basura sa ibang bansa, ginawa nating ginto. Ang baho na nga sa karsada. Baka naka aircon ka lang sa opisina at condo mo.

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    4. Sigurado ba kayo? Eh yung 4JJ1 at 4JK1 pa nga yung may pinaka mababang CO2 emission sa segment eh, mas nakaka pollute pa ang Navara. Isa pa, kahit luma na, inuupdate nila yan. Bakit yung 4D56 ilang decades na ba yun?

      Yan din naman engine sa ibang market eh, sabay binebenta sa updated 4JJ1-TCX :|

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    5. Why drag 4d56? I think the new 4d56 is more capable than isuzu. 178ps vs 136 of the isuzu. Ang layo pa rin ng isuzu and they are telling us upgrade?
      We dont have to defend isuzu. They should know na hindi tanga ang lahat na mga pinoy. We should remember isuzu gave us a lemon, trooper skyroof edition. Lemons were used in their first common rail engines introduced here in the Philippines.

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    6. You THINK. Just because an engine has more HP and Torque doesn't always mean it's better. The 4JJ1 is used in small N series trucks in Australia rated to last 500K KM before repair. Bakit ba sa horspower at torque lang binabase ang kakayahan ng makina? Ganun naman talaga ang first implementation, sila nauna sa CRDi pero nagka problema din sila but look at them now. Sayang lang dahil sa "underpowered" figures na yan na overshadow na yung strengths nung makina.

      Funny how the Australians loved the powertrain combo of the Isuzus, kahit na alam naman nila na yung iba diyan eh sinisigaw lagi na class leading blah blah yung kanila

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    7. actually kaya wala pang bagong engine ang isuzu ang krudo natin dito bulok....wala pang euro 4 compliance Ang krudo dito kaya di nila mailabas ang new model engines

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    8. isuzu lang ba tsaka ang diesel natin hindi puede sa mga bagong makina dahil lower compression na kaya sa bagong strada sa ph market 4d56 pa rin hindi 4n all aluminum engine

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    9. Isuzu lags behind Toyota, Ford, Mitsubishi and even Nissan pick ups in Australia. FYI, isuzu salesmen...

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  4. Their famous tagline is "Why fix if its not broken." This is the reason why they kept their old and underpowered engines to save those millions for research and development. They like fooling filipinos.

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  5. "It packs a maximum output of 136 horsepower at 3,400 rpm and 320 Nm from 1,800 to 2,800 rpm." Alam ba ng Isuzu na UNDERPOWERED pa rin ang engine nila? Sinong niloloko nila?

    Yung High-end na Colorado ay 200hp at 500nm yung power nun. Bobo, Bingi at Bulag ang bibili ng Isuzu products with famous package of "Katangahan."

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    1. ^Pag may manloloko... may nagpapaloko...

      Kesyo matibay... kesyo mataas ang resale value... kesyo mura maintenance... pansin nyo puro pansarili lang ito at walang paki sa kapaligiran at sosyedad...

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    2. Who needs 200HP, 500NM in a truck? Magagamit mo ba lahat yun? Edi sana lahat ng mga truck ngayon pataasan na din sila ng output.

      Bobo, Bingi at Bulag ang mga nag papa loko sa mga overrated paper specs with the famous package of "Kayabangan"

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    3. 200hp at 500nm nga pero mataas naman rpm. minsan talaga meron mga bobong comment na walang alamnsa makina. masabing may comment lang. ganun rpm ng isuzu sa gnun torque at HP malaking tipid nyan sa diesel.

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    4. simula nagkaroon ng 200hp na diesel dapat hoy kailan lhat syempre hindi isasacrifices ang reliability ng engine nila dapat unti unti lang muna low end torque sa mababang rpm ang the sa mga pick up dun talaga tatagal ang engine

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    5. alam niyo, fyi, sa kanila galing ang diesel engine na ginagamit ng jalos lahat na pickup na may CRDI . kawawa naman yang puro lang bash2x wala man lang alam di man lang nag reasearch. without isuzu, wala yang ibang pick up nayan. kaya ayan halos lahat ng bagong pickup nissan titan 2016 ford f150 chevrolet silverado 2016 are switching into cummins. kase cummins nanaman ang maganda. tignan nyo nga naman. may foton dito sa pinas! eh cummins yan di pinapansin porket china daw mura. ano ba yan. tapos pag nalaman ng ibang car manufacturer gagamitin nanaman nila yan. ang problema kasi sa inyo eh puro lang panlabas ,puro itsura tinitignan. puro torque . eh engine pinag uusapan dito eh . alam niyo mahihina yang torque niyan kase yang isuzu ginawa yan para sa safety and reliability pati toughness. take note ha : toughness! yung amin nga ke tagal2 na 1996 pa na isuzu umaandar padin eh yung iba.

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  6. why not bring in the 3.0 vgs engine? I'm sure there are many of us who are waiting for it..

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    1. you're right..i will not wait for the 2016 hilux provided isuzu brings in the 3.0 vgs engine for the d max. kaso wala eh..so pagdating ng 2016 hilux sa pinas this 4th quarter, goodbye na sa '11 isuzu sportivo ko.

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  7. Dapat murahan lang nila presyo kung ganyang performance lang bibigay sa consumer undercut the big 3 in pickups to sell their 2nd rate pickup

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  8. Kung ayaw niyo, wag niyong bilhin. Huwag na ring mag-aksaya ng panahon para basahin mga press release ng Isuzu at ng mga low-end vehicles! Mga spoiled brats!

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    1. Everybody is entitled to his own opinion. Please respect. Kung hindi maganda ang comments, try harder next time mr. Isuzu...

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  9. We don't have to call each other names. Why don't we just have intelligent discussions and analyses about cars. You guys sound like you really love cars and what you say deserves respect. We can argue to death about these cars but please let us do it in a civilized manner. Let us not abuse our freedom to speak,

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  10. Again Isuzu is upgrading with VGS but lowly 136hp & 320 torque,,,are you listening Isuzu? competing on the crowded pickuptrucks segment....hmmmmm.
    The coming 2.2l facelifted Ranger has 160 hp plus the hightech steering EPAS. hintay na lang ako sa coming Hilux baka carryover engine din.

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    1. We'll see which one's gonna last longer with those "high tech" features you're bragging. :)

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    2. ^Bakit kaya pangit ng reputasyon ng Isuzu sa karamihan? Dahil kaya sa bulok ang makina ng jeepneys at mauusok na bus na Isuzu ang makina?... o baka dahil yung new models mahal kumpara sa ibinibigay na specs?... o baka yung ergonomics (MU-X nakaharang ang 3rd row pag tiniklop at crosswind nasa taas ng 2nd row ang blower)?

      Bakit naman bumebenta pa rin ang Isuzu? Dahil kaya sa reputasyon nito na "matibay"? Dahil kaya sa mataas ang resale value? o baka dahil mababa ang gastos sa maintenance?

      Bakit kaya hindi binebenta sa Japanese Market ang mga Isuzu gaya ng Crosswind? dahil kaya di ito papasa sa emission at engine specs?

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    3. Gonna last longer is Isuzu? Are you in trucking business to say?
      Isuzu Elf / Forward are way far compare to the Canter / Fighter or Supergreat in terms of performance / quality. Then try driving in convoy in lost highways in Luzon or to any point of Mindanao with your Dmax, Strada, Ranger, Navara & Hilux---pity the Dmax is screaming in high speed & always left behind. Maintenance cost ask delearships--Our 2008 Dmax succumb to ECV failure at early 90K kms compare to other brand, never will I drive Isuzu brands.

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    4. Pls, kung maganda nga ang quality nila bakit di nila ma surpass sales ng Isuzu globally as a truck maker? Bakit yung iba, kabago bago may issue agad. Turbo issues ng ranger, Navara meron din, Colorado kumakain ng langis.

      Sabagy, kadalasan naman ng haters di man lang mag research. Nakakapagod lang magreply kung di naman iintindihin.

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    5. don't need to research, own & drive it & you'll know why people are negative about Isuzu Dmax downside. Cars / trucks are not build perfect but somehow you need to enjoy driving & experience the latest technology & of course less headache.
      At first I was influenced that if diesel Isuzu is best however when purchased of trucks that use in business where I had bad experience with Isuzu. Soorry guys, for those who likes Isuzu then go ahead its your money not mine. People not bashing here this column.

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    6. hahaha mga sir bago niyo po punahin yung speed, ginawa po siya for PICK-UPing not for speed,, low gears sya kaya ang effect , lower hp kase its the combi of speed, torque, etc.

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  11. So many butthurt Isuzok fanboys defending their shitty vehicles. Frankly, I don't really get why you guys keep defending a company that knows nothing else but to obtain profit with minimal efforts from dumb-asses who are gullible enough to buy their products. Grabe tawa ng Isuzu execs sa inyo kasi may mga naloloko sila sa mga konteng facelift, konteng update sa engine etc. Minimal effort nga sa parte nila.

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    1. So many haters who are too blind to see the faults of their preferred brands. I honestly don't get why you hate Isuzu THAT much when you can just skip this article and worship your car. Gullible? Tingin mo Isuzu lang gumagawa ng ganyan? Have you ever tried comparing the local specs sheet of your car to foreign markets? And please, yung Crosswind lang mausok. Tska hindi lahat ng mausok pangit na emission rating.

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  12. napaka tanga ko bakit akoa kumuha ng isuzu sportivo,hahay!!!..bakit?? 1.underpower - mahina talaga sa akyatan dito sa bukidnon 2. mausok - kakahiya sa sumosunod sa amin .....kaya ayaw ko na sa isuzu spotivo,ewan ko lang sa mu-x??...

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    1. sir, crdi na po yung MU-X. here in makati. makakakita ka rin po ng fortuner and montero na mausok. FYI lang po. nasa alaga lang din po ng langis.

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    2. sir yung mux lsa ko 220 km/hr top speed nia kayang kaya ang 200 km/hr @ 3800 rpm

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    3. baka never na pina tune-up sporty niyo sir

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  13. Kung ganyan pala logic ng mga dakilang henyong mga ito, eh ibig sabihin pala mas maraming gag0ng t4nga ang bumili nung Toyota Fortuner 2.5 Diesel nung 102 hp pa lang ito at wala pa yung VNT. Hanggang ngayon nga eh 4-speed AT pa rin nun kahit facelifted kuno na. I don't remember that many people complaining about it then. Kamusta na pala yang sudden engine death sa mga Toyota D4Death engines at sudden unintended vehicle acceleration sa Toyota at Mitsu diesels?

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    1. Montero lang ang may SUA, hindi kasama ang Strada at Pajero. May mga tanga lang takaga sa manibela, kaya sinisisi agad yung sasakyan. Hindi naman aandar yan kung walang nakaupo sa driver's seat.

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    2. Toyota did something to their Fortuner and Hilux's powerplant even before the full-model change. Maybe they (Toyota) themselves find the 2kd without vnt a bit underpowered. Sana lang Isuzu eh ganun din.

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  14. di ba mas magandang option ang strada, navara or ranger? specs, performance and value wise?

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    1. Yup, but the D-Max wasn't made to compete with who has the best paper specs, toys and features. :)

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    2. So how and where does it compete then? It's not even the value-for-money option anymore, judging by those prices. Bu then again, people still buy Crosswinds and Adventures until now...

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    3. It's supposed to be a no frills pickup, a simple workhorse that does what it is intended to do. Nagbago na kasi yung trend ngayon sa mga pickup, hindi na lang siya workhorse talaga kaya mukhang napag iwanan na yung D-Max. Isuzu pa kaya na hundreds of years na may experience sa paggawa ng mga trucks and diesel engines. Mas may alam pa ba yung iba kung ilang horsepower at torque dapat ang isang truck?

      I have to agree with you with the pricing though. Generally buyers would want to have the most from their hard earned money. To think na downgraded pa D Max natin not only in engine choice but other safety features pa.

      It isn't the best pick up in terms of toys and power features,yes. But it doesn't make it a bad truck either.

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    4. Almost same models of pickup truck running in land down under--you have Dmax, Triton, Hilux, Navara, Mazda, Ranger. Dmax is costly to be maintained. In highway driving Dmax is turtlespeed. Quality, ask people who love driving truck.

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    5. So how do you exactly drive a truck? Parang sports car? Costly maintenance? Kaya pala in favor sila sa D-Max kasi rated B10 unlike the competitors.

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  15. Durable, reliable, safe -- but is it comfortable?

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  16. The new D-max is just a copy cat of the Colorado... with a previous engine of the old model D-max. Just go to the original.... Buy a Colorado or a Ranger...

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    1. LOL another misinformed hater. The previous generatíon Colorado was a rebadged D-Max.

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    2. ^haha nice, research muna before comment :)

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    3. parangg baliktad ata!!

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  17. Lahat ng pick-up truck manufacturers may kanya-kanyang kasinungalinan. Pero at least ung ibang kompanya gumagastos ng malaki para mapaganda ung performance ng sasakyan. Minomonitor ko ung research and development ng kada pick-up brands. Biniibili ko lahat ng brands ng pick-up every 2 years (except foton). Benta ko o trade-in ko after that. Based sa experience ko, worst performance sa lahat ay itong d-max. May construction firm ako kaya alam ko. Stock spec lahat ng pick-up so equal ung pag judge ko sa kanila. Ngayong may bagong dmax? trade-in ko ulit itong 1 1/2 years kong dmax at bibili ako ulit ng dmax JUST TO KNOW if worth it talagang bumili ng dmax at their current market price. Kung ako tatanungin nyo ngayon, its not worth it.

    Ed "truck lover"
    only jap brands please

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    1. Btw, lahat ng pickup truck na pinupurchase ko ay 4X4 in manual transmission and top-of-the-line trim.

      Ed "truck lover"
      only jap brands please

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  18. HAHA HANGGANG NGAYON NANDTO KA PA RIN MR BUSINESS MAN KUNO TALAGANG HATER KA NG NG MGA SUV NA DIESEL AH HAHA EH BAKIT BA KASI PINAPANSIN NIO PA YAN EH HUNG HANG NAMAN YAN, ANG ALAM LANG NIYANG EH PAPER SPECS LANG WALANG ALAM YAN SA REAL WORLD PERFORMANCE MAY 200 HP KA PANG NALALAMAN BAKIT PAG SA DYNAMOMETER CGURADO KA BANG 200 HP TALAGA YAN

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  19. Aahin mo naman ang sobrang mataas na horsepower and torque sa pinas. Ok lang sana yun kung lagi ka umaakyat sa mountain province or baguio eh, pero pag city driving di mo rin magagamit yun horsepower and torque ng sabihin natin Chevy Colorado. And walang diesel engine na di mausok. Kung ayaw nyo ng mausok ede mag eletric car nalang kayo. Lahat ng kotse kahit sabihin mong new technology ang nasa loob ng hood nyan, mausok parin yan kasi fuel ang gamit nyan and ang fuel pag nasunog syempre nagccreate ng usok.

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  20. who cares about usok etc? face it guys whats really important is our personal side like value for money for overall performance,ang ibang brands at mga experts sa diesel walang magawa hanggang ngayon para matalo ang isuzu sa durability, low maintenance, at resale value. u mean to say bibili ka nang hindi masyadong mausok dahil nature lover ka? at walang kang palialam kahit mababa ang resale value basta medyo mabilis ang acceleration? come on dude lets face it, cant beat em join em na lang sa isuzu pa rin

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  21. BS NAMAN....BIBILI NA SAANA AKO NANG D-MAX PERO NAWALA TASTE KO DITO....

    AAA

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    1. Kung gusto u mura na Pick-up truck Nissan navarra ang pinakamura ngayon na d aabot ang 1M using VGT turbo. Halos nasa kanya na lahat 160 PS, 6 speed manual trans. Mura pa 898K. Check d2 http://www.nissan.ph/Vehicles/NP300_Navara.aspx

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  22. Kahit ano ganda at lakas sasakyan nyo mausok parin yan pag di kau marunong mag maintain. Kaya palit kau uli modelo sasakyan

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  23. Gusto nyong mabilis bili kayo ng sports car. Ang pick-up ay kargahan. Hindi pang porma at hindi pangkarera. Pang harabas ang isuzu. May strada kami at fuego. Nauna pang nasira ang makina ng strada. Yung fuego 18 years nang kinakargahan buhay pa rin.

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    1. two thumbs up with fuego

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  24. ano kaya ang mas magandang bilhin? all new wildtrak? all new Hilux? or Isuzu Dmax? pls help me decide.

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    1. Go for the all new 3.0 dmax with vgs turbo. This will silence all isuzu haters..This is what you call the biggest bang for your buck with all the features at a reasonable price. Same value with the new triton strada. Check the specs.and price. I am actually torn between buying the new triton strada and the new 3.0 dmax with vgs but I think I will settle for the dmax..

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  25. I have a 2.5 mu-x LSA and its surprisingly powerful sa akyatan ang lakas humatak

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  26. I have a 2.5 mu-x LSA and its surprisingly powerful sa akyatan ang lakas humatak

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    1. I own MU X LS 4x2 M malayong mas malakas sa 3.1 TDIC 4x4 kong Bighorn Jap, I love my Isuzus

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    2. By the way 2.5 VGS yung MU X ko, malayung mas napaka tipid ito kaysa sa 3.1 .

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  27. Kung makina paguusapan. Mas gusto ko yung 4d56 engine ng mitsu over 4jj1 ng isuzu. 30 years nang subok ang performance,reliability at durability ng 4d56. Ito na ata ang pinakamagandang diesel na nabuo ng mitsubishi kaya kahit ilang dekada na ay di pa naaalis sa produksyon. Maraming ring pyesa dahil kahit sa bangketa makakakita ka. Haha. Pero kapag tipid ang paguusapan. Saludo ko sa 4jj1 ng isuzu walang tatalo.

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    1. Kung makina gusto ko. Kahit ano pa model kung marunong ka mag alaga. D mo kailangan comper car mo sa iba. Wag ka na magalit sa isuzu 45years na yan subok na..

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  28. alam niyo, fyi, sa kanila galing ang diesel engine na ginagamit ng jalos lahat na pickup na may CRDI . kawawa naman yang puro lang bash2x wala man lang alam di man lang nag reasearch. without isuzu, wala yang ibang pick up nayan. kaya ayan halos lahat ng bagong pickup nissan titan 2016 ford f150 chevrolet silverado 2016 are switching into cummins. kase cummins nanaman ang maganda. tignan nyo nga naman. may foton dito sa pinas! eh cummins yan di pinapansin porket china daw mura. ano ba yan. tapos pag nalaman ng ibang car manufacturer gagamitin nanaman nila yan. ang problema kasi sa inyo eh puro lang panlabas ,puro itsura tinitignan. puro torque . eh engine pinag uusapan dito eh . alam niyo mahihina yang torque niyan kase yang isuzu ginawa yan para sa safety and reliability pati toughness. take note ha : toughness! yung amin nga ke tagal2 na 1996 pa na isuzu umaandar padin eh yung iba.

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  29. may isuzu kame. TIMING GEAR.! take note ha TIMING GEAR! 1996 yan na engine . eh kayo? mitsubishi? ford? toyota? TIMING BELLLLT!!!!??? oh come on! SINO ANG NALOKO?? pasalamat kayo may mga tao pang tulad namin. ako sa inyo dispose nyo na yan mga TIMING BELT nayan!!! fyi 2016 bmw, vw uses timing gear. kasi nga di na kelangan maintenance. wala ng pinapalitan.

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