Isuzu D-Max V-Cross

Rs 13.3 Lakh*
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Mileage 12.40 kmpl
Service Cost -
Fuel Type Diesel
Fuel Tank 52 Litres
Performance
Engine 2499 cc 
BHP 134
No. of Cylinders 4
No. of Gears 5 Speed
Comfort
Transmission Manual
Rear AC Vents No
Seating Capacity 5
Boot Space -
Safety
ABS Yes
Driver Airbag Yes
Parking Sensor Yes
Airbags Yes
EMI
Duration 5 years
EMIRs 25,732
 
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Isuzu detailed the 2017 model-year D-Max facelift for the UK market in April 2017. The updated 2017 D-Max there comes with plenty of additional features along with aesthetic changes and a new downsized diesel powertrain (1.9-litre, 164PS/360Nm, 6-speed MT/AT). 

Speaking of the current Indian-spec version, the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross (launched in May 2016) is manufactured at the automaker’s facility at Sri City and its deliveries began July 2016 onwards. The V-Cross is powered by the same 2.5-litre, 4-cylinder turbodiesel engine as the regular D-Max. While the regular variant is available in both 78PS/136PS power tunes, the V-Cross can only be bought in the more powerful guise. A five-speed manual transmission is standard in the V-Cross. The V-Coss goes up against the Mahindra Getaway and the Tata Xenon XT. 
 

Isuzu D-Max V-Cross price list (Variants)

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4X4
2499 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 12.4 kmpl
Rs 13.3 Lakh*
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Isuzu D-Max V-Cross Price in Other Cities

City Ex-showroom Price
New Delhi Rs 13.3 Lakh*
Mumbai Rs 13.4 Lakh*
Bangalore Rs 13.51 Lakh*
Chennai Rs 13.5 Lakh*
Hyderabad Rs 13.51 Lakh*
Pune Rs 13.4 Lakh*
Chandigarh Rs 13.39 Lakh*
Gurgaon Rs 13.38 Lakh*

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    Isuzu D-Max V-Cross
    Rs 12.0 - 17.67 Lakh*
*Ex-showroom price New Delhi

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    This is the most exciting and fun SUV I have ever driven. I got delivery two weeks back. I am simply loving the ruggedness, power, smoothness of ride on any damn terrain... I made a choice between XUV and Isuzu, and man I have absolutely no regrets. I drove this a couple of times before the purchase and the dealer also allowed me to try it in a off-road event on craziest off-road tracks. This vehicle has tremendous capability and you can straight away take the stock vehicle to extreme off-roadin... 89
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Isuzu D-Max V-Cross Mileage

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Diesel Manual  12.4 kmpl 9.4 kmpl

Isuzu D-Max V-Cross review

Lifestyle vehicles are pretty much the ideal choice for people who want to mix the rough with the smooth but do not want to compromise on everyday usability. By that, we mean, that the vehicle should be able to handle adventure as well as the hustle and bustle of the city but not compromise on features and creature comforts needed for everyday usability. Now this segment isn’t new, and manufacturers have tried before with the likes of Mahindra and Tata coming up with the Scorpio Getaway and the Xenon respectively. But for some reason, they failed to get the attention they really deserved. Was it because the market wasn’t ready for such vehicles? Or, it was because of the vehicles incapability, is something that remains unanswered. 

Isuzu has already been making sturdy pick-up’s in the Indian market, however, they were more for commercial use rather than fitting in the lifestyle segment. At the 2016 Auto Expo, they showcased the D-Max V-Cross, which really got the crowds going. 

Isuzu India starts bookings for D-Max V-Cross

Pros

Butch looks that give it intimidating presence
Range of accessory options
Off-road capability
Reliable underpinnings

Cons

Dealerships few and far between
Lack of brand awareness

Exterior

This is where the V-Cross has a big advantage. Compared to the other cars seen in this segment, the V-Cross is a proper full sized pick-up truck that looks the part. The exterior of the vehicle sports an aggressive wedge-shaped design with perfect proportions and flowing lines along with a unique flat-underbody.

The sweptback headlamps along with that massive chrome grille give the front an intimidating look. On the sides, the massive wheel arches along with those 16-inch alloys gives the car a very muscular profile. Even the load area gels very well with the overall wedge shaped design giving it pleasing proportions.

Interiors

The D-Max’s interiors bear semblance with that of the Chevrolet Trailblazer. While identical bits include the dashboard, the V-Cross misses out on the instrument cluster and Chevrolet’s MyLink infotainment system present in the Trailblazer. However, it gets a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system and tilt adjustable steering wheel with audio controls. The car also comes with automatic AC, 6-way adjustable wrap around driver seat, electrically foldable ORVMs and rear seats with a 60:40 split.

The new interior makes the Isuzu D-Max look more upmarket than the company's even more premium MU-7 SUV. The V-Cross also has a dedicated large deck that can carry personal gear, luggage and equipment especially for long road trips, adventure and off-roading activity.

Engine

The V-Cross is powered by a 2.5 litre CRDI engine. Equipped with a variable geometry turbocharger and intercooler, it makes an impressive 134 hp and a meaty 320 Nm of torque and is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Along with a shift on the fly 4WD system, the V-Cross will be mighty capable in difficult conditions and at the same time cruise comfortably on the highways.

Safety

Isuzu has made sure that safety hasn’t been compromised. As a result, you get dual front airbags, ABD, EBD and brake assist. You also get ISOFIX anchorage to make a child’s journey safe and comfortable. The V-Max also gets a strong and collapsible front and rear chassis with crumple zones along with an impact absorbing bonnet design.

Verdict

Priced at Rs. 12.49 lakh ex-Chennai, the D-Max V-Cross is being dubbed as an ‘adventure utility vehicle’. The Japanese carmaker aims to create a niche segment catering to the lifestyle buyers and adventure junkies. Although it will mostly go up against SUVs, the V-Cross will also see competition from the Tata Xenon XT, which is priced at Rs 10.99 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. Things in the lifestyle segment are definitely picking up!

Isuzu D-Max V-Cross Exterior

Exteriors

This is where the V-Cross has a big advantage. Compared to the other cars seen in this segment, the V-Cross is a proper full sized pick-up truck that looks the part. The exterior of the vehicle sports an aggressive wedge-shaped design with perfect proportions and flowing lines along with a unique flat-underbody.

The sweptback headlamps along with that massive chrome grille give the front an intimidating look. On the sides, the massive wheel arches along with those 16-inch alloys gives the car a very muscular profile. Even the load area gels very well with the overall wedge shaped design giving it pleasing proportions.

Isuzu D-Max V-Cross Interior

Interiors

The D-Max’s interiors bear semblance with that of the Chevrolet Trailblazer. While identical bits include the dashboard, the V-Cross misses out on the instrument cluster and Chevrolet’s MyLink infotainment system present in the Trailblazer. However, it gets a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system and tilt adjustable steering wheel with audio controls. The car also comes with automatic AC, 6-way adjustable wrap around driver seat, electrically foldable ORVMs and rear seats with a 60:40 split.

The new interior makes the Isuzu D-Max look more upmarket than the company's even more premium MU-7 SUV. The V-Cross also has a dedicated large deck that can carry personal gear, luggage and equipment especially for long road trips, adventure and off-roading activity.

Engine and Performance

The V-Cross is powered by a 2.5 litre CRDI engine. Equipped with a variable geometry turbocharger and intercooler, it makes an impressive 134 hp and a meaty 320 Nm of torque and is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Along with a shift on the fly 4WD system, the V-Cross will be mighty capable in difficult conditions and at the same time cruise comfortably on the highways.

Isuzu D-Max V-Cross Safety and Security

Safety & Security

Isuzu has made sure that safety hasn’t been compromised. As a result, you get dual front airbags, ABD, EBD and brake assist. You also get ISOFIX anchorage to make a child’s journey safe and comfortable. The V-Max also gets a strong and collapsible front and rear chassis with crumple zones along with an impact absorbing bonnet design.

Pros

  1. Butch looks that give it intimidating presence
  2. Range of accessory options
  3. Off-road capability
  4. Reliable underpinnings

Cons

  1. Dealerships few and far between
  2. Lack of brand awareness

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