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IPC offers glimpses of the future of diesel mobility at the 7th PIMS October 24 to 28

October 25, 2018

Isuzu Philippines Corporation is set to join the 7th edition of the much-awaited Philippine International Motor Show from October 24 to 28 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.

And in keeping with the motor show's theme "Future Mobility", Isuzu boasts bringing in the Philippines the best and the latest Diesel engine technology – the Isuzu Blue Power Diesel Technology which is set to provide maximum engine output, cleaner emission, superb fuel economy while maintaining Isuzu’s renowned engine durability.

At the forefront of IPC's displays are equipped with its game-changingRZ4E Blue Power engine that represents the Japanese automaker's realized vision of a smaller displacement engine but with an output of a larger one. The RZ4E-powered vehicles on display will be the Isuzu mu-X RZ4E LS and the Isuzu D-MAX RZ4E LS. These two vehicles represent what IPC considers the "future of urban SUV and pickup mobility".

Isuzu D-MAX RZ4E (L-R) Mr. Ao Jun of Qingling Motors Co. Ltd, Mr. Shojiro Sakoda (EVP for Sales of Isuzu Phils), Mr. Hajime Koso (President of Isuzu Phils), Mr. Hirokazu Okubo (Executive Officer, Isuzu Motors Ltd., Japan), Mr. Zhang Wanjin of Qingling Motors Co. Ltd, Mr. Shojiro Sakoda (EVP of Isuzu Phils)

Visitors to the 7th PIMS can also get a feel of the power and comfort of these vehicles with IPC's test drive offer during the Motor Show. The mu-X RZ4E LS-A and the latest base model, the mu-X RZ4E LS and the two units of the D-Max RZ4E, can be test driven around the WTC.

Side by side with the display of RZ4E-powered light commercial vehicles (LCVs) will be the Isuzu mu-X Luxe and the Isuzu D-MAX 4x4. Both are powered by the 3.0-liter 4-cylinder in-line Blue Power diesel engine with turbo intercooler. These two vehicles' powerful yet efficient engines, bold designs, and ride and safety technologies have also made them Isuzu's bet for the "future of urban SUV and off-road pickup mobility."

Isuzu booth at the 7th Philippine International Motor Show

In keeping with Isuzu as one of the world's leading truck manufacturers, IPC will also display its modernized public utility vehicles (PUVs), the "future of passenger mobility", assembled using the Isuzu QKR77 platform and the rear body designed and manufactured by three of the country's most reputable body builders.

Isuzu will also showcase an interesting concept vehicle called “Isuzu VT02” which is a full-fledged lightweight truck, newly developed by Isuzu through adopting commercial vehicle technologies with the aim to maximize loading efficiency, tight turning performance, and fuel efficiency for customer convenience. This is Isuzu’s “future of urban business mobility”.

Isuzu will again impress the public with its version of the “future of cargo mobility” with the public launch of its latest pride, the Isuzu EXZ QL. It boasts its 4-point advantage:

  1. Fuel efficiency – Equipped with the state-of-the-art 6WG1-TCG52 engine paired with a ZF16 speed multistage transmission, and aerodynamic wind deflector, air wing for better fuel economy, and offers a power of 420 PS and 2,060 N-m torque.

  2. Comfortable driving experience – Equipped with an ergonomically designed air suspension seatsand air-conditioned double-deck sleeper cab with large storage compartments to make long travel on the road easier.

  3. Safety – the Anti-Lock Braking System is a standard on this new E-series model, coupled with wide multi-sectional side view mirrors and wheel parking and trailer brakes.

  4. Secure and easy handling – Easy Access Panel for Easy Maintenance, Taper Leaf Spring for Heavy Duty Handling, Differential Lock and 315/80R22 16PR Radial Tires.
Isuzu's latest pride on the heavy-duty truck segment.
Isuzu EXZ QL with (L-R) Mr. Zhang Wanjin of Qingling Motors Co. Ltd, Mr. Hajime Koso (President of Isuzu Phils), Mr. Hirokazu Okubo (Executive Officer, Isuzu Motors Ltd., Japan), Mr. Ao Jun of Qingling Motors Co. Ltd, Mr. Shojiro Sakoda and Mr. Yasuhiko Oyama (EVP and VP for Sales of Isuzu Phils).

Apart from these exciting vehicle lineups, IPC will also demonstrate to visitors at its Aftersales booth, its unique Isuzu Vehicle Health Report, a powerful vehicle management tool that produces timely and accurate "Health Reports" of Isuzu commercial vehicles that are advantageous to owners and operators of Isuzu vehicles for both private and commercial uses. Through the installation of a Data Recording Module (DRM), the Isuzu vehicle's performance is monitored, giving the owner and operator complete control of vehicle operating costs, while increasing quality, efficiency, and long term use of the vehicle. These Isuzu vehicle "Health Reports" show the engine condition, fuel economy with history, brake use history, and even driver operating habits. The "Health Reports" also identifies potential problems and observes the operating status of key major components.

The Isuzu Vehicle Health Report is a key part of the renowned Isuzu Advantage in its aftersales, which offer a nationwide dealer network and parts availability, expert service technicians and Japanese truck engineers, on-site servicing roadside assistance, a driver and mechanic training program, and safety drive and eco-drive training programs.

See all these exciting lineup of Isuzu’s Diesel mobility in the 7th Philippine International Motor Show, 10am to 9pm.

For more information, log on to www.isuzuphil.com.

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