Isuzu has just updated their D-Max V-Cross in Thailand, and while the five-speed manual gearbox costs 1.042 million baht (Rs 20.03 lakh), the six-speed auto is priced at 1.087 million baht (Rs 20.90 lakh).
The updated D-Max V-Cross gets a slew of exterior and interior changes to compete with rivals like the Chevrolet Colorado Country and Ford Ranger Wildtrak. Exterior revisions on this double-cab pickup include new internals for the head lights, a redesigned bonnet and cladding on the wheel arches. One can also notice the more aggressively styled grille and bumpers, larger and redesigned air intakes, new cargo bed-liner, and a fresh design for the six-spoke 18-inch wheels.
On the inside, one can find the new two-tone leather seats, multi-function steering wheel and new features like cruise control, two USB sockets and a Kenwood infotainment system with navigation. Isuzu’s updated V-Cross will continue to use the 3.0-litre turbo diesel motor that makes 177bhp.
Isuzu in India is yet to release any information about if the updated V-Cross will make it to our showrooms here in India.