Articles about Isuzu Philippines Corporation

The carmaker continues its expansion
The automotive industry's newfound interest in virtual showrooms isn't stopping Isuzu Philippines (IPC) from upgrading its physical ones.The Japanese car manufacturer has inaugurated its newly enhanced dealership and truck center in Pasig City, which now has a total floor
Are you as excited as we are for the upcoming launch?
Stoked for the upcoming launch of the all-new Isuzu D-Max? Well, here's something to get you even more excited: The next-generation truck has been spotted in the Philippines.We recently came across photos of the pickup on cyberspace
What are you expecting to see from the next-generation pickup?
In case you've been living under quite a big rock, you may have heard by now that Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) is expected to launch the all-new D-Max on March 4. It's not official yet, but it's
This also marks IPC’s 22nd straight year as the top seller of light-duty trucks
It looks like Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) had one heck of a year in 2020 in spite of the pandemic. The Japanese marque exhibited quick recovery in the second half of the year and eventually finished it off as the country's
We know a lot of you have been waiting a while for this one
This is it, people: Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) is finally launching the all-new D-Max next month. It's been more than a year already since this next-generation truck surfaced in Thailand, so we're sure a lot of you
This will be the carmaker’s 45th dealership in the country
Take note, Isuzu fans and customers from up north: A new Isuzu dealership is set to open its doors in La Union soon.Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has now officially signed the contract to make the new Isuzu La Union facility its
Who else want to try one of these babies?
The Bureau of Fire Protection's (BFP) fire truck fleet is getting reinforcements.Last October 15, Isuzu Philippines (IPC) turned over 84 brand-new fire trucks to the BFP to beef up its emergency response capabilities as part of its modernization plans.
As part of its celebration for its milestone 300,000 vehicles sold
Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) reached a new milestone to end August 2020, as it officially sold its 300,000th vehicle in the country. And in a recent announcement, the carmaker said that it will be rolling out new deals and promos in
Anyone else looking forward to the next-gen D-Max?
In case you missed it, Isuzu Philippines has already announced that the all-new D-Max will be arriving sometime in 2021. No specific date has been given yet, so the truck's local launch may still be a considerable while off,
Have you been keeping an eye out for this, too?
It's been a long time coming, but now we finally have confirmation from Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC): The all-new D-Max will be launched in the Philippine market in 2021. Yes, the same model that was launched in Thailand back
That’s no small feat
Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) is celebrating a huge milestone this month, as it has officially sold 300,000 vehicles in our market since it began its operations in 1996.According to IPC's sales numbers, the total vehicle sales tally was up
It will serve as a satellite of Isuzu Butuan
We may have reverted back to modified enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila as news outlets report about the country's economic downturn, but it looks like automotive brands are still aggressively expanding their dealership reach across the country.Isuzu Philippines, for
These donations were made through the ‘Isuzu Kasama Mo’ campaign
Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) launched the 'Isuzu Kasama Mo' campaign back in June. Through this initiative, Isuzu customers themselves will be able to donate personal protective equipment (PPE) to frontline healthcare workers to aid in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
This could be the norm for a while
No physical launch, no problem. To keep its fans and customers safe, as well as to comply with social-distancing guidelines, Isuzu Philippines will be launching the D-Max Boondock 4x4 through Facebook on June 17, 2020.If you'll remember, details
The facilitiy has already shut down as of this writing
At the start of the week, we reported that multiple Honda and Isuzu dealerships in Metro Manila were set to close down this month. This was the result of a move by the House of Investments, Inc. to streamline its car dealership
These dealers are under the Yuchengco-led House of Investments
Traffic-riddled streets and reopened train lines aren't the only big stories on the first day of general community quarantine. We also received word earlier today that multiple car dealerships in Metro Manila are set to close down this month.In
Mostly in regions south of Luzon
As quarantine measures start to ease up, carmakers have also begun reopening dealerships left and right. For its part, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has restarted operations in some of its dealerships in areas now under general community quarantine (GCQ).There are now
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