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    [SIZE=4]A rejuvenated Isuzu D-Max and Crosswind comes for 2012[/SIZE]



    Isuzu Philippines Corp. is sprucing up two of its best-selling people-carriers for the new year. Their award-winning workhorse, the 4x4 D-Max LS, gets the “Radikal” treatment and features a new color-keyed bumper over-rider upfront, genuine Isuzu bed liner at the back, and a distinctive “Radikal” badge slapped on the sheet metal. The Crosswind Sportivo+, on the other hand, has most of the work done on family-centered amenities such as a new entertainment system, more cargo space, plus a navigation system that comes as an option.

    Beyond the 2012 D-Max's cosmetic and functional upgrades, it still is powered by the dependable 3.0-liter 4JJ1-TC iTEQ common-rail diesel engine and rides comfortably Isuzu's Flex-Ride suspension system. The D-Max is also well-equipped for a pick-up, sporting a 2-DIN audio-video head unit with sat nav, projector-type headlamps, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, and a reserve camera with back-up sensors. This, however, is not yet the all-new D-Max that's coming out in Thailand, but is just as tough.

    With its new upgrades, you can now truly drive in style with the new Crosswind Sportivo+. Isuzu has pumped up the tires to more rugged 235/70 R15 units, installed an SUV-type rear bumper step board, and added on an oval tail-pipe finisher. Of course, there's still the projector-type headlamps, power-folding side mirrors, and reverse camera with back-up sensors.....


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    sir what's the main reason why isuzu philippines won't release the all new 2012 dmax yet? i read one article that's in conflict with chev colorado, is it true?

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    Hindi pa rin VGS?

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    “The Crosswind has always had a reputation for being the best value-for-money vehicle in its class. With this latest addition of new features, the award-winning Crosswind becomes an even better proposition for those who are looking for a reliable and capable vehicle that will serve them well for many years to come,” he added.

    The 2012 Isuzu D-Max is now on sale starting at P860,000 for the base model, up to P1,418,000 for the top-of-the-line 4x4 LS AT, while the 2012 Isuzu Crosswind is available from P794,000 for the XL to P1,220,000 for the Sportivo AT.
    Haha natawa ako rito.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mda View Post
    Haha natawa ako rito.
    onga. 1.220m for a sportivo? sheesh!!

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    Walandyo,- makupad na(A/T variant), mahal pa(P1.220M)... Para siguro makita ang taong nagda-drive... Puwede rin....

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    No amount of words can justify the price. They need real changes. P1.2M, I'd get a manual 4x4 pick-up FTW!!!!

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    sportivo... that's true 1.2m on the automatic, the manual sportivo cost 1,170,000.... so better go with the manual

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    A Php1M+ Sportivo is crazy. There are lots of better choices out there for the price. They just keep slapping on accessories trying to fool people that its so new and high tech.

    Geez...even a comparably old Mitsu Adventure feels more modern than a Crosswind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raphnext21 View Post
    sportivo... that's true 1.2m on the automatic, the manual sportivo cost 1,170,000.... so better go with the manual
    Sa presyo na yan I would rather get china's Great wall H5* 1.15M, mas maganda di hamak ang features. The same Isuzu chassis but more powerful crdi engine using delphi system, loaded with features & amenities too. Their H3 was a finisher in Dakkar rally too. You can check their FB page & Youtube videos mostly posted by russian owners.

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