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Isuzu D-Max V-Cross facelift launched in India for INR 15.51 lakh

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Isuzu has launched the facelift D-Max V-Cross with 20 new features and has kept the pricing same for a limited period of time. The refreshed V-Cross comes at the price of INR 15.51 lakh ex-showroom, Mumbai for the standard variant and INR 17.03 lakh ex-showroom, Mumbai for the Z variant.

On the exterior the new V-Cross comes with a sporty new grille with Bi-LED headlamps, chrome bezel on fog lamps, 18-inch diamond cut alloy wheels, new shark fin antenna, a newly designed sidestep, an all black ‘B’ pillar and upgraded rear chrome bumper with LED tail lights. On the interior, the new V-Cross gets sporty full black interiors, newly contoured seats, perforated leather seats on the High-Grade Z variant, dual-cockpit design, 3D Design electroluminescent meter, gear shift indicator, piano black garnish on the centre console and door highlights, 12V USB charging port in the second row, 7-inch touch screen audio system with USB input, DVD, AUX, iPod and Bluetooth connectivity, steering mounted audio controls, etc.

The new V-Cross is available in two trim levels Standard Grade and ‘High Grade Z’ and is available in two new colour options long with other colour that were previously available:-

  • Silky White Pearl (New)
  • Sapphire Blue (New)
  • Ruby Red
  • Titanium Silver
  • Obsidian Grey
  • Cosmic Black
  • Splash White

The new V-Cross will be powered by a BSIV compliant, high-pressure common rail fuel injection diesel engine which produces a 134 HP of power and 320 Nm of torque mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The V-Cross is equipped with off-roading features like 4WD drive mode, a wider track with a longer wheelbase, high ride suspension that offers higher ground clearance.

In terms of safety, the V-Cross gets seat-belts with pre-tensioners & load limiter, speed sensitive auto door lock, driver and co-driver seat belt reminder, Hill Start Assist and Hill Descent Control, the chassis is designed with iGRIP feature (Isuzu Gravity Response Intelligent Platform) which ensures greater stability even at hi-speeds and while cornering.

The lifestyle pick-up is manufactured at the Isuzu Motors India facility at SriCity, Andhra Pradesh and bookings for the new V-Cross is open at all dealerships, starting today.