Isuzu PH shows its big boys at the 2016 Truck Fest

Isuzu PH shows its big boys at the 2016 Truck Fest

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has showcased their high quality trucks during the company’s 2016 Truck Fest held at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City. With the theme of “Trucks for Life,” the models featured at the show were presented in a diverse range of applications and sizes.

IPC President Hajime Koso said that Isuzu trucks are testaments to the security and assurance that the company provide to its customers.

“Isuzu trucks are not merely figures in the company’s sales report, but are testaments to the security and assurance that they provide to customers. Isuzu is a responsible partner for life,” Koso added.

Leading the 19-vehicle line-up at this year’s Truck Fest are Isuzu’s heavy-duty models such as the C- and the E-Series that are primarily designed for hauling goods.

For the C-Series trucks, IPC displayed the CYH51S (with Gross Vehicle Weight of 9.74 tons) model, a 20-cubic meter dump truck as well as the CYZ51M (with GVW of 10.225 tons), a 15-cubic meter hauler. Completing the full-size C-Series range is another version of the CYZ51M, a concrete mixer equipped with a control lever.  

The E-Series models at this year’s Truck Fest were the EXR51F (with Gross Combination Mass of 45 tons), and the EXZ51K (with GCM 60 tons). IPC’s heavyweights were displayed as tractor heads and the brand said that the E-Series trucks are readily configurable to serve a variety of purposes.

Aside from the heavy-duty models, IPC also brought in its light-duty N-Series trucks such as the NPR85 and NPS models, which come in cab and chassis format. IPC also showed the versatility of the N-Series when it comes to different configuration options through the NHR NT flexi truck, NHR MB i-Van, NQR dropside and NQR aluminum van with a side door.   

The company’s medium-duty category truck, the F-Series, was also present at the show. The FRR aluminum van with a door on the side was displayed.

As previously reported, IPC treated on-site customers to P10,000 worth of fuel cars, P10,000 worth of LTO registration services and P10,000 worth of parts coupons.

AutoDeal also exhibited the first implementation of its Inquiry Kiosk solution at the 2016 Truck Fest. The Inquiry Kiosk allowed interested individuals to inquire about IPC’s truck with no face-to-face interaction with an agent. Through this technology, an individual can browse through the prices and variants of any Isuzu trucks.    

The 2016 Isuzu Truck Fest will run until Sunday, April 16, at the SMX Convention Center and admission is free.

For more information about Isuzu and its vehicles, visit the AutoDeal Car Guide.