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January 31, 2024

Isuzu Traviz Marks Over 20K Units Sold In The Philippines

The Isuzu Traviz has achieved a milestone in the Philippines by selling over 20,000 units since its launch in 2019. This significant achievement underscores the Traviz’s position as a preferred choice for small businesses nationwide, thanks to its unmatched durability, flexibility, fuel efficiency, high torque, and superior cargo capacity.

As of the end of 2023, IPC has recorded a total of 20,519 units sold, a testament to the Traviz’s enduring popularity and reliability among Filipino business owners.

The Isuzu Traviz’s success is a reflection of IPC’s commitment to providing vehicles that meet the diverse needs of Filipino entrepreneurs. With its robust design, the Traviz offers a reliable and efficient solution for businesses looking to optimize their operations and achieve greater productivity.

“We are thrilled to celebrate this milestone with our customers, who have been instrumental in making the Isuzu Traviz a phenomenal success,” said IPC President Tetsuya Fujita. “This achievement is not just a reflection of the quality of our products but also the strong relationships we have built with our customers. We look forward to continuing to serve the needs of Filipino businesses with the same dedication and excellence,” he added.


  1. Engine of it is underpowered and its overpriced now (1 Million up to 1.4 Million Pesos) aside from having an interior that looks like a vehicle from the late 1990's

    1. are you seriously expecting a stylish interior in this segment? bruh

  2. Was the modern PUV based on the Traviz? It looks too narrow.


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