Calling all Cebuanos! Get ready for a thrilling weekend with Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) as they bring the 4x4 Action Playground to the queen city of the South, Cebu, this August 12 to 14, 2016.
On goers will get the chance to try the off-road capabilities of the Isuzu D-MAX pickup and the mu-X SUV on a specially designed course. This will feature a huge 20-feet inclined steel ramp, a 40-degree traverse angle ramp, an articulation ramp, and a steeper slope.
To give you an idea of what each vehicle can offer, the top-of-line D-MAX has a powerful 3.0L VGS power plant that can deliver 163 hp and 380 Nm of torque, similar to what their light truck range has. This gives the D-MAX efficient power that can tackle such a course. Off-road enthusiasts or not, owners will be happy that the pickup's high ground clearance of 235 mm may help it go over the unpaved road without a hitch.
Meanwhile, the mu-X SUV can take 7 passengers to an on and/or off-road escape anytime with its 3.0L VGS engine capable of delivering 163 hp and 380 Nm of torque. Helping this SUV take on the unpaved road is its Terrain Command system (on 4x4 models) that gives the driver the option of changing drive modes on the fly. Moreover, its 5-link rear coil spring suspension ensures that the rear doesn't bounce around too much and give its passengers a comfortable ride.
The Isuzu 4x4 Action Playground will be set up at the SM City Cebu open parking lot and will be open from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm. Best of all, the admission is free!
For more information about Isuzu and its vehicles, visit the AutoDeal Car Guide.
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