If you’re in the market for a brand new car, you might want to drop by Isuzu Philippines Corporation’s (IPC) nationwide mall tour. Aside from seeing its vehicle lineup in the metal, customers who sign up during the event dates will get the chance to receive huge cash discounts on their purchase.
This promo by the Japanese brand will run until July 6, 2018. It’s applicable for any brand new participating model/variant on both retail and fleet via cash or financing. But for interested customers to avail this offer, they will first have to sign up at the event venue itself.
In case customers can't make it on the earlier dates, they can simply and more conveniently inquire through AutoDeal, however, they are still required to drop by any of the venues to avail the huge discounts. For qualified customers who will be able to register until the last mall tour (in Fishermall), the promo redemption deadline is September 6, 2018. Otherwise, registered customers can redeem the P30,000 cash discount until two months after the start date of registration.
Here’s where and when you can get your next Isuzu vehicle with amazing discounts.
IPC’s current line-up includes the updated D-Max pickup truck and the mu-X SUV that now comes with the new Blue Power engines. The new Euro-4 compliant diesel mills boasts improved fuel efficiency, reduced noise and vibration, cleaner emissions, and are made even more durable.
Aside from its new engine, the new mu-X get subtle design tweaks such as a redesigned grille, bumper, and sleek-looking daytime running lights (DRLs). The D-Max, on the other hand, didn’t get exterior updates and we get it – why fix something that’s not broken?
Inside, the Japanese brand’s duo get similarly themed interior that includes a new seat design that dare we say are really comfy. Apart from that, the new D-Max and mu-X comes equipped with an eight-inch touchscreen head unit with iPod and Bluetooth connectivity for on-board entertainment.
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