BS6 Isuzu V-Cross, V-Cross Hello-Lander launched in India, priced from Rs 16.98 lakh- Expertise Information, Novi Reporter
tech2 Information WorkersCould 10, 2021 14:56:27 IST
The BS6 Isuzu V-Cross has lastly been launched in India, with introductory costs for the vary beginning at Rs 16.98 lakh, and going all the way in which as much as Rs 24.49 lakh. Since properly earlier than the BS6 emission norms got here into impact in April 2020, Isuzu had no autos on sale in India, because the COVID-19 pandemic delayed its launch plans. Its business fashions – the D-Max and S-Cab – have been relaunched in BS6 guise just a few months in the past, and now, Isuzu has lastly reintroduced BS6 variations of its V-Cross pickup and MU-X SUV traces, with each fashions getting a handful of updates.
It’s necessary to notice that the V-Cross launched immediately will not be the new-gen mannequin that debuted overseas in 2019, however the identical model of the pickup truck that had been on sale in India until earlier than the BS6 norms got here into impact. The V-Cross household now begins on the newly-introduced Hello-Lander (Rs 16.98 lakh), adopted by the V-Cross 4×2 Z MT (Rs 19.98 lakh), V-Cross 4×4 Z MT (Rs 20.98 lakh) and the range-topping V-Cross 4×4 AT Z Status (Rs 24.49 lakh, all costs introductory, ex-showroom, Tamil Nadu).
By way of options, the top-spec BS6 Isuzu V-Cross will get six airbags, dual-projector LED headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels, a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, steering-mounted controls, six-way-adjustable entrance seats, cruise management, push-button begin, dual-tone leather-based upholstery, computerized local weather management, a reverse digicam and digital stability management. The Hello-Lander, however, is extra fundamental by way of gear, and misses out on the touchscreen infotainment system, auto local weather management and in addition will get solely twin entrance airbags and smaller, 16-inch wheels with full wheel covers. That stated, Isuzu will provide a spread of official equipment for the Hello-Lander and V-Cross, together with a full-size cover for the load bay.
Each the Isuzu V-Cross in addition to the Hello-Lander are each powered by the identical 1.9-litre, BS6-compliant turbocharged diesel engine making 163 hp and 360 Nm of torque. That stated, there are some variations between the 2 by way of transmissions. The Hello-Lander – which is the entry-level mannequin within the V-Cross household – is offered solely with a six-speed guide gearbox, and in two-wheel-drive type solely. The V-Cross, however, can be obtainable with a six-speed computerized possibility, in addition to a shift-on-the-fly four-wheel-drive system.
Isuzu additionally launched the BS6-compliant MU-X on the finish of the occasion, with the seven-seat SUV being priced at Rs 33.23 lakh for the 4×2 AT mannequin and Rs 35.19 lakh for the 4×4 AT model. The massive information with the MU-X is that Isuzu has ditched the three.0-litre, four-cylinder turbo-diesel in favour of the identical 1.9-litre, four-cylinder diesel that powers that V-Cross household, and makes an equivalent 163 hp and 360 Nm of torque – round 14 hp and 30 Nm lower than the three.0-litre unit. The five-speed computerized is gone, changed by the identical six-speed computerized gearbox as within the V-Cross fashions. No different modifications have been made to the MU-X, which will proceed to rival the likes of the Toyota Fortuner, Ford Endeavour, MG Gloster and Mahindra Alturas G4.