Isuzu rolls out three new models in Nepal

Kathmandu, March 16

Japanese automotive brand Isuzu launched three new models of utility vehicles — D-Max, V-Cross and S-Cab — in the Nepali market today. Isuzu has launched these models in Nepal under sole distributorship of Continental Trading Enterprise (CTE), a subsidiary of Continental Group.

Amid a launching ceremony of these vehicles, officials of Isuzu said that this range of Isuzu pick-ups is based on the latest generation D-MAX platform and manufactured at state-of-the-art plant at Sri City, Andhra Pradesh in India.

Similarly, they also claimed that these vehicles are built with the same tough, durable, reliable and life-lasting quality that Isuzu is globally known for and are powered by the Isuzu diesel engines renowned for fuel efficiency, reliability and performance.

Isuzu also inaugurated its new showroom at Gairidhara in Kathmandu. The showroom was jointly inaugurated by Shinya Machida, deputy chief of mission, Embassy of Japan, Toru Kishimoto, executive vice president of Isuzu Motors International Operations (Thailand) and Suhrid Ghimire, president of CTE.

“We are pleased to unveil new range of Isuzu vehicles in Nepal. The pick-up market in Nepal is expected to grow manifold and Isuzu has laid strong emphasis on offering a range of its latest D-Max products,” Ghimire said.