Up for an exciting activity this weekend? Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) invites you to head over to Bonifacio Global City (BGC) this November 27 to 29, 2015 to take part in their Off-Road Fest.
This activity aims to let the public experience the potent capabilities of the 3.0L VGS turbo variants of the mu-X and D-Max 4x4 models. Best part is that this event’s got no entrance fee!
To kick things off on high, IPC designed a test area with various off-road challenges for both the vehicle and the driver. This includes an articulated ramp station, a 40-degree traverse angle ramp, roller slips, and a giant 20 ft inclined steel ramp (a.k.a. the “Thrill Hill”). For those interested in getting behind the wheel of the mu-X and the D-Max 4x2 variants, ICP maximized the area with an on-road course as well.
The Isuzu Off-Road Fest is designed to push the limit of our Isuzu mu-X and D-MAX models. We want the public not just to see but to experience by themselves the true power of our new 3.0-liter VGS turbo variants, said IPC President Hajime Koso.
Other activities are also in line for the family to enjoy. Aside from fun games and exciting raffles, there will also be a display area featuring dressed-up versions of the mu-X and D-Max from different Isuzu auto clubs. There’s also an area for availing genuine Isuzu parts and accessories with discounts to boot.
But IPC didn’t stop there. To boost the festive atmosphere, celebrity brand ambassadors Team Kramer will take the spotlight on the opening day to meet and greet with the crowd.
Finally, live band performances will keep the mood alive well into the night. On November 27, Itchyworms will take center stage, followed by DJ NIX Damn P on November 28, and Pinoy rock sensation The Dawn on November 29.
These and a whole lot more on this year’s Isuzu Off-Road Fest. For more of Isuzu and their latest models, visit the AutoDeal Car Guide.
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