Isuzu has introduced two products in India their D-Max and MU-7. Both these products were displayed at the 2014 Auto Expo in New Delhi. They have launched one commercial and one passenger vehicle for Indian market.
Nowadays several manufacturers are trying to reach out and join a cause to improve their image. The Japanese manufacturer has now decided to donate five of their D-Max vehicles for the Hudhud relief effort.
To help the Andhra Pradesh Government Takashi Kikuchi, Managing Director, Isuzu Motors India will be providing five D-Max pickup trucks. Accepting the help from Isuzu Motors was N Chandrababu Naidu, Chief Minister Andhra Pradesh.
The Hudhud cyclone had destroyed infrastructure in Visakhapatnam. The Andhra Pradesh has humbly asked corporate citizens if they would like to help in rebuilding damaged property. Isuzu is the sole automobile manufacturer that has stepped up to the occasion.
N Chandrababu Naidu, Chief Minister, Andhra Pradesh, expressed, "It is heartening to see Corporates reaching out to support us during these difficult times. Isuzu is the first Automobile manufacturer to set up their manufacturing plant in AP and they are also the first corporate house to donate vehicles which will be used for relief efforts. I sincerely appreciate and encourage all responsible corporate citizens to come forward in rebuilding Visakhapatnam."
Isuzu Motors India offer two models in their D-Max range, which includes the Space Cab and Single Cab. They sport a 4-cylinder, common rail, turbo-charged intercooled, 2499 cc diesel mill. It produces 134 horsepower, along with 294 Nm of peak torque. The engine is paired to a five forward and one reverse manual gearbox.