Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has recently launched the 2015 version of their Crosswind. And by the looks of things, it’s still poised to maintain its good rep as a top choice for many car buyers on the look-out for a durable and fuel-efficient AUV.
For its 2015 edition, 5 variants in automatic or manual transmission will now be available, including the return of the popular XUV automatic variant.
“Form and functionality is what the 2015 Isuzu Crosswind is all about. Given that the Crosswind model is proven capable to stylishly carry not just members of the family but also serve as a reliable cargo carrier for the enterprising few,” said IPC President Nobuo Izumina.
Heading the list of updates for the 2015 Crosswind is its sportier front fascia, featuring a silver grille and one-piece color-keyed bumper. This refreshed facade gets accented with a redesigned multi-reflector halogen-type headlights and all-weather fog lamps, available in the Sportivo X variant.
A single in-dash DVD/CD/MP3/WMA/JPG Playback with USB compatible entertainment system adds more vibe to everyday rides. For safety and security, the 2015 Crosswind is equipped with reverse sensors with camera, sturdy side-impact beams, and alarm system (available on the Sportivo X variants).
Powering the updated 2015 Crosswind is the same tried and tested 2.4L 4JA-1 turbo-diesel engine with a choice of either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Aside from the existing colors Cosmic Black, Garnet Red, Ash Beige, and Splash White, the new Crosswind now offers 2 new colors; Hunter Green and Dark Silver.
The 2015 Isuzu Crosswind Sportivo X A/T is priced at P1,195,000, Sportivo X M/T at P1,130,000, Crosswind XUV A/T at P1,010,000, Crosswind XT M/T at P883,000, Crosswind XL M/T at P794,000 and the Crosswind XS M/T at P750,000.
Not to mention, it’s a whole lot sexier than before.
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