Isuzu Motors India planning to launch new 3 BS6 vehicles in the Indian market by 10th May 2021, which include D-Max V-Cross, V-Cross Hi-lander and MU-X.
- Isuzu India division’s launching updated version of D-Max V-cross
- 2021 D-Max V-Cross comes powered with 1.9 Litre diesel engine instead of 2.5 Litre oil burner
- BS6 MU-X comes powered with Litre oil burner
Isuzu’s India Division working on launch of trio pick up trucks in the Indian market, which includes updated version BS6 MU-X, BS6 D-Max V-Cross and New V-cross Hi-Lander edition. That being said D-Max V-Cross Hi-lander edition is more premium than the standard commercial D-Max S-cab and appeal to the private buyers featuring higher ground clearance, Speed limiter and blacked alloy wheel instead of steel wheels. However, it could be offered with 6-speed manual transmission delivering power to two-wheel drive configuration.
Launching of the Trio’s is schedule for 10th May 2021 at 12:00 Noon for domestic market. BS6 2021 D-Max V-cross test mules have been spotted many a times on Indian roads. While, the BS6 compliant version of D-Max V-Cross now powers with 1.9 Litre diesel engine, instead of ongoing 2.5 Litre oil burner Motor. The New powertrain develops 161 HP of maximum power and 360 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain comes paired with sole 6-speed automatic transmission system. That being said the Vehicle offers with 2 variants Z 4×2 AT and Z prestige 4×4 AT.
The 2021 BS6 MU-X comes powered with 3.0 Litre four-cylinder diesel engine that belts out 177 BHP of maximum power output and 380 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes mated with 6-speed automatic transmission gearbox system sending power to all wheels. The New-Generation MU-X sold in other Asian markets generates 190HP/450N. Upon launch the car likely to rival with Ford Endeavour, Toyota Fortuner, Mahindra Alturas G4 and MG Gloster. While, spotted test mules don’t feature a much changes to exterior design and elements, subtle changes can be seen.
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