Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Isuzu Philippines Sells More Than 10,000 Units of mu-X Since Launch


The leadership of the Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) expressed elation upon announcing that their latest flagship model—the Isuzu mu-X—has recently breached the 10,000 mark, one year after being introduced locally.

IPC president Hajime Koso said that IPC has put its confidence in the mu-X after continuously garnering great figures in terms of sales, saying that it would continue the upward trend as the year progresses.

“Since its introduction in the local automotive market, the mu-X has unfailingly been getting good figures in terms of sales. With all the key features, on-board technology and cutting edge aesthetics, it is a sure hit in the Philippines,” he said.

Based on the report released by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. (CAMPI) and the Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA), IPC has delivered 10,511 units of mu-X as of October 2015. From January to October of this year, it has already sold 8,794 units – making the mu-X the new fastest-selling model of IPC to date.

“Bringing the mu-X was definitely one of the best moves that IPC has made. We hope that with the strong economy along with strong buying power of Filipinos as the yuletide season approaches, the upward trend on its sales will continue,” Koso said.

Available in three variants the mu-X LS-A, LS-M and LS, this premium SUV packs a punch: a spacious cabin within an exterior package and great maneuverability. It also boasts car-like riding comfort starting with its specially developed suspension system made up of independent double wishbone with coil springs and stabilizer in front, and a five-link with coil springs and stabilizer bar combination in the rear.

Providing efficient power is its class-leading powertrains, currently offered in two engine variants - the 2.5-liter 4JK1-TC and 3.0-liter 4JJ1-TC diesel engines both with Common Rail Direct Injection and with intercooled Variable Geometry System (VGS) turbocharger.

Other premium features includes dual climate control with rear coolers (automatic climate control for the mu-X LS-A), speed sensing door locks, three 12-volt accessory sockets, a total of 19 storage compartments and 12 cup holders, a lockable and illuminated glove box, side step boards, and tow hooks.

12 comments:

  1. If it's cheap it sells. Isuzu is spoiling the party just when everybody were thinking of raising their suv prices. It's up to Nissan now to challenge Isuzu.

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  2. Yes I hope it can sustain the sales volume since the all new Everest Montero and Fortuner are coming! And they look a lot better and stronger!

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    1. and more expensive though!

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    2. I checked one Everest displayed in Eastwood priced at 1.4M, it's unbelievably too plastic interior and cheap looking, with 2.2 engine @360NM. I'd rather go for MUX with that pricing and get the LSA 4X2 which has every single goodies of the premium variant.

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    3. I checked one Everest displayed in Eastwood priced at 1.4M, it's unbelievably too plastic interior and cheap looking, with 2.2 engine @360NM. I'd rather go for MUX with that pricing and get the LSA 4X2 which has every single goodies of the premium variant.

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  3. People actually buy this.......

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    1. Listen, if morons are still buying the Crosswind, there's no reason why people would not buy this. Alam mo naman ang standard ng pinoy pagdating sa sasakyan, sobrang baba. Kahit bulok na, ok lang.

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  4. KAHIT KELAN WALANG KWENTA TALAGA ANG MUX DAHIL GAYA-GAYA ANG ISUZU! FOREVER UNDERPOWERED ANG ISUZU.

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  5. Excited to buy one for my CHARCOAL deliveries for Divisoria and Baclaran market.

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    1. Mag TRAILBLAZER ka na lang. Fuel Efficient, More Hoses, & More Toys. Value for Money talaga ang TRAILBLAZER!!!

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