Isuzu D-MAX range of pickups to cost more from next month
Modified On Dec 21, 2020 06:40 PM
The company to pass-on the increase of input cost & distribution cost to customers
Joining the rest of the vehicle makers, Isuzu Motors India has announced an upcoming increase in the prices of its commercial pick-up range - D-MAX Regular Cab and D-MAX S-CAB with effect from January 01st 2021. The increase is expected to be approximately ₹10,000/- from the current ex-showroom price. The company said, the increase in price is due to the increasing input and distribution costs. Customers can visit the nearest ISUZU authorised sales outlet for more information.
Earlier this year Isuzu introduced its all-new BS6 range of pickups for the personal and commercial segment with a new engine and a whole host of features in an attractive package.
Isuzu range of pickups are targeted at more premium and niche customers within India's growing pickup segment. It takes on the popular Bolero Pickup and Tata Yodha pickups in the small commercial vehicle segments. Overall, Indian small commercial vehicles and light commercial vehicles have become vibrant with several key brands and product segments. Expanding the commercial vehicle range, the company added a new variant D-Max Super Strong with a 1,710 kg payload to lead its commercial vehicle range.
A 2.5-litre ISUZU 4JA1 engine powers the Isuzu pickup range, the enhanced range of commercial vehicles project an aggressive stance with their new styling and refreshed design.
Isuzu Motors India manufactures its range of products at its new manufacturing plant in Sri City, spread over an area of 107 acres in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The company began its manufacturing operations in April 2016, with a strong focus on quality and commitment to the Indian market.
In February 2020, Isuzu Motors India announced the start of its Phase-II operations with the inauguration of the new state-of-the-art press shop facility and engine assembly plant.
Isuzu D-Max and S-Cab makes BS6 comeback.
Pickups Comparison: Isuzu D-Max, Mahindra Bolero Pikup and Tata Yodha