Isuzu launched the 2021 Bs6 version of their popular pick-up truck V-Cross in the market recently. Isuzu is the only brand in Indian market that has successfully sold pick-up trucks in our market. Several Indian manufacturers did try the same in the past but failed miserably. Isuzu somehow managed to convince Indian buyers and V-Cross is now a very commonly spotted pick-up truck in off-road communities. It also had a lot of modification potential and we have seen several examples of the same online. Now, Isuzu Motors India has released a new video in the form of a riddle for their updated BS6 D-Max V-Cross and the newly introduced Hi-Lander pickup truck.
The video has been uploaded by Isuzu Motors India on their YouTube channel. The video talks about all the different ways that you can actually use the V-Cross. It is designed to deal with even the harshest terrain. It shows Isuzu V-Cross being driven in different types of terrain like rock, slush, snow and even water. It does it all without compromising the comfort. The video also shows how practical it is in day to day life and that is one of the reason why it is called a lifestyle pick-up truck.
It is a four door pickup truck which can easily seat up to 5 passengers while all the luggage can be placed in the loading bay. International market has received an all-new V-Cross but, we still have the same version that was available in India before. In terms of design, the V-Cross looks a lot more premium and sharp. it is offered with almost all features that you normally see in a modern day car.
V-Cross is available in Z and Z Prestige variant. Z variant offers projector LED headlamps with integrated LED DRLs, LED tail lamps, roof rails, Passive Entry and Start System, 6-way adjustable driver seat, 18 inch alloy wheels, automatic climate control, 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, rear defogger, rear parking sensors and camera. The Z Prestige trim offers all these features along with features like 6 airbags, hill descent control, hill start assist, stability control, traction control, anti-pinch windows, electrically adjustable driver seat, roof mounted speakers, fog lamps, cruise control, shift on the fly 4WD and so on.
The BS4 version of Isuzu V-Cross was available with a 1.9 diesel and a 2.5 diesel engine option. The 2.5 litre turbo diesel engine has been discontinued in the BS6 version. It now comes with a 1.9 litre turbo diesel engine that generates 163 Ps and 360 Nm of peak torque. The V-Cross is available with both manual and automatic gearbox option depending upon the variant you choose.
Coming to the Hi-Lander, this is basically a more affordable version of V-Cross. It offers features like AC, power window, steel rims, parking sensors, central locking system and so on. It is available in 2WD format only. Price for Isuzu V-Cross starts at Rs 19.98 lakh, ex-showroom and go up to Rs 24.49 lakh, ex-showroom. The less expensive version Isuzu V-Cross, Hi-Lander version is priced at Rs 16.98 lakh, ex-showroom.