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Showing posts with label Isuzu Crosswind. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Isuzu Crosswind. Show all posts

June 27, 2017

One Last Ride: Driving Up North with the Isuzu Crosswind

It’s not every day that test drive events start with a question from the hosts, but that’s exactly what happened here when Isuzu made everyone ponder their most memorable trip with the Crosswind. As one of the country’s longest-running nameplates, the Crosswind has gained a huge and loyal following since its introduction in 2001. Known for its versatility, durability, and reliability, the Crosswind is adaptable vehicle fit for almost every Juan, whether it’s for family, friends, or business associates.

April 22, 2016

Isuzu Philippines Shows Off 2016 mu-X and Crosswind at 4x4 Action Playground

As a pioneer in organizing off-road driving adventures, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) is further promoting this enjoyable outdoor activity through the Isuzu 4x4 Action Playground, a specially designed off-road course laid out at the Exploreum Parking Area of SM Mall of Asia. This unique attraction, with its lineup of many fun-filled activities, is set up at the venue from today until April 24, 2016.

February 21, 2015

UPDATED: Isuzu Philippines Revamps Crosswind for 2015 (w/ Video)

UPDATE 1: We included the official promotional video below (2/21).

With a body and mechanicals largely carried over since its full model change in 2001, it’s a surprise how the Crosswind sells in the numbers that it does. You can chuck it most likely to Isuzu Philippines’s Corporation’s constant stream of updates which sees the venerable and immortal people carrier get annual cosmetic or equipment changes. And here’s the 2015 update which not only sees more cosmetic alterations but also introduces a new logo as well as a new marketing tagline.

January 23, 2015

Isuzu Crosswind Production Hits 100,000 Units

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) celebrated a milestone with the manufacture of the 100,000th Crosswind. One of the company’s best-selling name plate for nearly 20 years, the celebratory Crosswind rolled off the Binan, Laguna manufacturing plant witnessed by IPC President Nobuo Izumina last January 21. He was joined by various company officials and team members from the production line.

August 13, 2013

Isuzu Crosswind Achieves 17.42 km/L in Real-World Fuel Eco Run

The Isuzu Crosswind XT traveled 958 kilometers on a single full tank of fuel, registering an average consumption of 17.42 kilometers per liter (km/l). The figure was set during the 2nd leg of the 2013 Isuzu Challenge held from August 1 to 3 where the bestselling AUV tackled real-world driving conditions over a route marked by numerous uphill portions and roads undergoing repairs.

In the first leg of the 2013 Isuzu Challenge held in April, an Isuzu D-MAX LS 4x2 M/T recorded 1,467 kilometers on a single full tank of 76 liters, or an average of 19.3 km/l.

May 11, 2012

Drive with Confidence, Have More Fun with the 2012 Isuzu Crosswind Special Edition

With over 7,100 islands, the Philippines has no shortage of breathtaking sights to offer visitors and local tourists alike. The more than 60,000 Isuzu Crosswind units on Philippine roads, meanwhile, are rolling testaments to the multipurpose vehicle’s enduring popularity and usefulness.

So fittingly, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) staged a road trip to one of the country’s premier destinations—the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park in Palawan—in introducing the 2012 Isuzu Crosswind Special Edition. In the event dubbed “It’s more fun with the Isuzu Crosswind in Palawan” that was held from April 18-20, 2012, IPC reinforced the proven strengths and exciting new features of the latest Crosswind in a way that showcased some of the Philippines’ unique scenic attractions, and allowed access to no less than Palawan’s underground river that was newly included as among the world’s Seven Wonders of Nature.

April 27, 2012

Isuzu Philippines Launches Crosswind XS

Photo courtesy of Isuzu Press
More than 60,000 owners have spoken; the Isuzu Crosswind is the best solution for their personal, family and business vehicle requirements as the multipurpose vehicle continues to serve the Filipino consumer since 2001. To further address the evolving needs of the market, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), the country’s Diesel Expert, is introducing the 2012 Isuzu Crosswind XS variant.

The Crosswind XS is a six-seater model. Without the third-row seat, the vehicle can carry more than 1.8-cubic meter cargo as its entire rear area is now a dedicated load space. This makes the Crosswind XS perfect for small families or those with young children because the vehicle can easily accommodate strollers, toys, extra clothes, groceries and other similar items. Also, the Crosswind XS becomes an even more ideal choice for business use as it can serve as a taxicab, service/delivery shuttle, or courier vehicle that’s able to load balikbayan boxes and other oversized baggage.

February 3, 2003

Review: 2003 Isuzu Crosswind XUV

Even as Isuzu struck success with its first Isuzu AUV, the Hi-lander, it was already developing its second iteration, the sportier, sleeker Crosswind.  Soon after, Isuzu brought the Crosswind to the next logical step in its evolution, the XUV.