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Isuzu vehicles to get Wurth care

SELECT products from German company Wurth will be now be used to maintain certain components of Isuzu vehicles. This is the result of a new partnership entered into on April 1 by Isuzu Philippines Corp. (IPC) and…

How Isuzu found the ‘love’

A key to Isuzu Philippines’ four decades of success in the country has been “love”—an unwavering devotion of its customers to the brand that according to IPC president, Hajime Koso, is something these owners take pride on.…

Why Isuzu let go of D-Max’s local assembly

Since 2013, the Isuzu D-Max has been the only pickup in the Philippines assembled locally.…

IPC, Mina de Oro Motors sign MOA establishing Isuzu dealership in Calapan

Continuing its vision to make the world-class Isuzu brand and service accessible to all Filipinos nationwide, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) signed a memorandum of agreement with Mina de Oro Motors Inc. last Oct. 10.…

Isuzu’s Xtreme Xperience

So what's your weekend malling going to be like? Are you going to try out a few shirts, check the latest gadgets, pick up a book or two, then grab a cup of coffee? …

Isuzu: driving to the top of their game

If there’s an automaker in the industry with a reputation among motoring media for having this penchant for long-distance drives across the country, and holding intensely extensive fuel economy runs, it’d have to be Isuzu.…

Isuzu lauds Cebu truckfest, credits PH building spree

Over the course of President Duterte’s six-year term, some P7 trillion are expected to be poured into the country’s infrastructure sector, which means new bridges and roads, and more railways, urban mass transport systems, airports and seaports.…

DOTr rushing to process 1,000 applications for modernized jeepneys

Traffic agencies of the government were “working double time” to process the applications of at least 1,000 jeepney drivers to shift to modernized jeepneys, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said Tuesday. After the launching of the modernized jeepney…

Isuzu launches all-new engine for the D-MAX and mu-X

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has launched a model—not quite a car this time, but an all-new engine. The 2.0-liter turbodiesel engine is designed for sufficient power and robust torque, 150ps and 350Nm. It will be fitted into…

Isuzu goes edgy with the 2018 D-Max X series, posh with the mu-X Luxe

It’s kind of improper to categorize Japanese brand Isuzu under the industry term “carmaker” when they really have become well-known for producing some of the most hardy, reliable and exceptionally capable trucks and buses for commercial use,…

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