Isuzu has declared that the company will raise the price of the D-Max pick-up truck up to 3% relying on the type of variant starting from September 2018. The D-Max is available as a commercial vehicle in Regular Cab and S-Cab versions and also as a passenger vehicle, it gets V-cross High priced Rs. 15.82 lakh and V-Cross priced Rs 14.32 lakh.
The prices of the Isuzu commercial vehicles are put to enhance by approximately Rs 20,000, whereas the price of the lifestyle pick-up will increase by approximately Rs 50,000. Isuzu has mentioned that the price hike will be due to raising distribution costs and output.
The Regular Cab and D-Max S-Cab take power from a 2.5-litre, four-cylinder turbo-diesel motor and able to churn out a peak power of 78hp and a peak torque of 176Nm, whereas the V-Cross obtains an updated version of the same diesel powertrain generating a peak power of 134hp and a peak torque of 320Nm.
All the models come equipped with a five-speed manual transmission, however, the commercial vehicles run on the rear-wheel drive system, whereas the V-Cross obtains a switchable four-wheel-drive system to run.
A few months ago, a Isuzu D-Max V-Cross, Isuzu’s 10,000th vehicle introduced of the company’s SriCity plant, creating a milestone for Isuzu. Isuzu is likely to get the facelift of the MU-X SUV which will be the other model to the India line-up series, in the upcoming months.