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Isuzu Crosswind 2010

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  • Diesel
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  • 59000 Km
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Isuzu Crosswind 2015

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  • 48000 Km
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Isuzu Crosswind 2003

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  • 79000 Km
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Isuzu Crosswind 2002

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  • Diesel
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  • 77000 Km
Isuzu Alterra 2005 - 1
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₱ 418,000.00

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Isuzu Alterra 2005

Parañaque, Metro Manila, Phili...

  • Diesel
  • Automatic
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  • 172000 Km
Isuzu D-Max 2013 - 1
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₱ 768,000.00

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Isuzu D-Max 2013

Parañaque, Metro Manila, Phili...

  • Diesel
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  • 126999 Km
Isuzu Sportivo 2006 - 1
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Isuzu Sportivo 2006

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  • Diesel
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  • 60000 Km
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Isuzu Alterra 2007

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  • Diesel
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  • 78000 Km
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Isuzu Nhr 1991

Caloocan, Metro Manila, Philip...

  • Diesel
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  • 1 Km
Isuzu Crosswind 2016 - 1
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₱ 465,000.00

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Isuzu Crosswind 2016

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  • Diesel
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  • 94000 Km
Isuzu Sportivo 2012 - 1
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₱ 620,000.00

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Isuzu Sportivo 2012

Bacoor, Cavite, Philippines

  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Private
  • 66000 Km
Isuzu Crosswind 2006 - 1
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₱ 370,000.00

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Isuzu Crosswind 2006

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  • Diesel
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  • 69000 Km
Isuzu D-Max 2013 - 1
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₱ 760,000.00

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Isuzu D-Max 2013

Jaen, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Private
  • 89000 Km
Isuzu Sportivo 2007 - 1
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₱ 265,000.00

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Isuzu Sportivo 2007

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  • Diesel
  • Automatic
  • Private
  • 74000 Km
Isuzu Mu-X 2015 - 1
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₱ 545,000.00

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Isuzu Mu-X 2015

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  • Diesel
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  • 56000 Km
Isuzu Crosswind 2013 - 1
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Isuzu Crosswind 2013

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  • N/A
Isuzu Sportivo 2012 - 1
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₱ 320,000.00

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Isuzu Sportivo 2012

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  • Diesel
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  • 63000 Km
Isuzu Crosswind 2002 - 1
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Isuzu Crosswind 2002

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  • Diesel
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  • 40000 Km

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Isuzu

The History of Isuzu

Isuzu is one of the oldest Japanese automakers in the world – in fact, they played a part in producing the first Japanese passenger car in 1922. Isuzu was originally a shipbuilding company that was founded in Tokyo in 1916, but it quickly became a purveyor of automobiles. The next three decades would see Isuzu continue to grow into one of the major automobile manufacturers in Asia.

The company is still headquartered in Tokyo to this day and employs around 30,000 employees under its network. It has over 1.5 trillion Japanese Yen in total assets, making it one of the largest car manufacturers on earth. Isuzu manufactures both consumer and commercial vehicles.

Isuzu in the Philippines

Isuzu entered the Philippines during the 1950s – it has since grown into one of the nation’s most popular automobiles. It had a brief hiatus from the country, but came back under a new subsidiary in 1995. Isuzu has released lighter trucks in the Philippines, but it is most well-known for its utility vehicles, trucks, and buses. Many of the company’s larger utility vehicles have become extremely popular with local drivers, including taxi drivers. Isuzu continues to play a large role in the Philippines, despite having a much smaller market share than fellow Japanese automaker Toyota.

Isuzu Performance and Technology

Because Isuzu is Japan’s best-selling truck manufacturer, the automaker has put considerable efforts into creating the most efficient and practical diesel engines on the market. Isuzu revolutionized direct injection diesel engines and placed them into the mainstream auto-making industry. Unlike many other automakers of Isuzu’s size, the company has not focused on green technology or performance vehicles.

Why Do Consumers in the Philippines Buy Isuzu Cars?

  • An affordable choice for utility vehicles
  • ...

Isuzu

The History of Isuzu

Isuzu is one of the oldest Japanese automakers in the world – in fact, they played a part in producing the first Japanese passenger car in 1922. Isuzu was originally a shipbuilding company that was founded in Tokyo in 1916, but it quickly became a purveyor of automobiles. The next three decades would see Isuzu continue to grow into one of the major automobile manufacturers in Asia.

The company is still headquartered in Tokyo to this day and employs around 30,000 employees under its network. It has over 1.5 trillion Japanese Yen in total assets, making it one of the largest car manufacturers on earth. Isuzu manufactures both consumer and commercial vehicles.

Isuzu in the Philippines

Isuzu entered the Philippines during the 1950s – it has since grown into one of the nation’s most popular automobiles. It had a brief hiatus from the country, but came back under a new subsidiary in 1995. Isuzu has released lighter trucks in the Philippines, but it is most well-known for its utility vehicles, trucks, and buses. Many of the company’s larger utility vehicles have become extremely popular with local drivers, including taxi drivers. Isuzu continues to play a large role in the Philippines, despite having a much smaller market share than fellow Japanese automaker Toyota.

Isuzu Performance and Technology

Because Isuzu is Japan’s best-selling truck manufacturer, the automaker has put considerable efforts into creating the most efficient and practical diesel engines on the market. Isuzu revolutionized direct injection diesel engines and placed them into the mainstream auto-making industry. Unlike many other automakers of Isuzu’s size, the company has not focused on green technology or performance vehicles.

Why Do Consumers in the Philippines Buy Isuzu Cars?

  • An affordable choice for utility vehicles
  • Revolutionary high-occupancy vehicles
  • Great fuel efficiency for size of vehicles
  • Vehicles are equipped with world-class diesel engines
  • Isuzu has almost a century of experience producing well performing vehicles

Which Isuzu Models Are Popular in the Philippines?

  • Isuzu Crosswind – This is a high occupancy vehicle that has become popular with both families and taxi drivers. It is one of the most popular crossover commercial vehicles on the market.
  • Isuzu Alterra – This is a large vehicle that is designed as an SUV but has the base of a pickup truck. It’s well known for its spacious interior and smooth driving capabilities. It stopped being manufactured in 2014.
  • Isuzu D-Max – Extremely popular pickup truck that has a reputation for being aesthetically pleasing. Powerful engine combined with state-of-the-art suspension make this vehicle a pleasure to drive.

Isuzu Fuel Efficiency

Isuzu manufactures many commercial vehicles, but this isn’t to say all their cars are inefficient in terms of fuel. The engine technology that Isuzu uses has made them competitive with other Japanese automakers in terms of fuel consumption. Below is some data about the previously mentioned vehicles and their fuel consumption:

  • Isuzu Alterra -- 8.8 AVG L/100 Km
  • Isuzu D-Max -- 9.5 AVG L/100 Km
  • Isuzu Crosswind -- 8.7 AVG L/100 Km
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