India’s first Adventure
Utility Vehicle, the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross 2018 edition now comes with new
features and equipment. Available in two variants, High & Standard, at Rs15,81,748
and Rs 14,31,748 (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively, the new V-Cross 2018 is an
upgrade over the earlier version that was launched in India in May 2016.
The High Variant will have exclusive
new features like electronic stability control (ESC), Traction Control System
(TCS), LED DRLs, LED tail lamps, auto cruise control, 6-way power adjustable driver
seat, sporty black leather seats and rear chrome bumper. These features will not be found in the
Standard version. The common features in both variants will be 2-DIN
entertainment system, rear view camera and side-steps.
The ESC and TCS make the V-Cross safer in the
toughest of outdoors. Day-time Running Lights (DRL) and LED Tail Lamps have
been added that make the V-Cross look more dynamic on the roads. Auto Cruise
Control and a 6-way Power Adjustable Driver seat add to the comfort and
convenience of the driver on long road trips. The Rear View Camera that make
parking in the city a hassle-free experience. The new V-Cross comes with
dual-tone interiors and sporty Black Leather seats that add to the excitement
of being inside the Adventure Utility Vehicle.
The new V-Cross is available
in the newly introduced bold Ruby Red colour apart from the earlier range of
colours - Orchid Brown, Cosmic Black, Titanium Silver, Obsidian Grey and Splash
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