Isuzu Cars Price List in Philippines January 2017
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Elf, MU-X, and Crosswind got the most views last month. How long will this trend last?
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Latest Reviews for Isuzu Cars
Ito ang car ko na tinatawanan ng aking mga tropa kasi daw ang pangit sabi ko na manan tawa lang kayo pero ang totoo mas matibay pa itong car ko kasi minsan lang ito masisira hindi kagaya sa kanila ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by HAMBILYN
- Date : Dec 29, 2016
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About Isuzu Cars
Isuzu - Pinnacle of Japanese & Filipino Partnership
Isuzu Jidousha Kabushiki Kaisha or more commonly known as Isuzu Motor Ltd is a leading Japanese automobile manufacturing company concerned with producing diesel engines & commercial vehicles that are marketed and sold to customers all around the world. It was founded in 1916 and has its headquarters in Tokyo City, Japan. It currently owns many assembly and manufacturing units including those in Hokkaido, Fujisawa & Tochigi. According to a survey conducted in 2009, Isuzu had sold over more than 21 million diesel engines worldwide which are used by many leading automobile brands such as General Motors, Renault, Nissan etc., in their cars that are marketed worldwide.
Isuzu was founded as an automobile division of Tokyo Gas Company in 1916 which is a subsidiary of Tokyo Gas and Electrical Industrial Co. It entered into collaboration with Tokyo based Ishikawajima Shipping and Engineering Co Ltd and later in 1918 with Wolseley Motor Limited to buy exclusive rights to manufacture & market Wolseley vehicles in East Asian Countries under ownership of Ishikawajima Automotive Works.
It later started a joint venture with Datsun predecessor DAT Automobile Manufacturing Inc in 1933 and its name was changed to Automobile Industries Co Ltd. Its brand name was replaced in 1934 to "Isuzu" based on a river by the same name after formal discussions with the Japanese Ministry of Trade and Industry. Later the company assumed operations as Isuzu after Hino Heavy Industries parted ways from Tokyo Automobile Industries Co Ltd.
General Motors – the biggest automobile manufacturing & marketing company in the world – bought over 34% shares in the company and released its first model manufactured by Isuzu in United Sates – Chevrolet LUV. Major shareholders include Mitsubishi Corporation (9.22%), Toyota Motor Corporation (5.89%), ITOCHU Corporation (7.96%), Mizuho Financial Group (1.88%), Sumitomo Corporation (1.01%), JFE Holdings Inc (1.70%), Development Bank of Japan Inc (1.55%), National Mutual Insurance Federation of Agricultural Cooperatives (1.49%) and Nomura Asset Management Co Ltd (1.39%).
It is currently managed by Representative Director & company President Susumu Hosoi and Executive Vice President Ryozo Tsukioka. Isuzu Philippines is currently managed by President Nobuo Izumina, who assumed office on 3rd May 2014 after replacing his predecessor Ryoji Yamazaki who has currently assumed office as Managing Director of Isuzu Car Life, a subsidiary division of Isuzu Motor Ltd.
Joint Ventures & Alliances
Isuzu has collaborated with many other leading automobile brands all over the world to establish a worldwide dealership network. Major joint ventures include that with Turkish automobile company Anadolu Group – Anadolu Isuzu, Russian automaker Sollers JSC – Sollers Isuzu, Isuzu Astra Motor Indonesia, SML Isuzu (formerly known as Swaraj Mazda), Taiwan Isuzu Motors, Isuzu Malaysia (more commonly known as Isuzu HICOM), Isuzu South Africa, Isuzu UK and Isuzu Philippines.
Isuzu Philippines was established in 1950 after General Motors collaborated with the company to create General Motors Philippines in 1972. Gradual developments and market expansion led to the formal establishment of Isuzu Motors Philipinas in 1989 which is fully controlled by headquarters it's in Japan. A joint venture of Isuzu Motor Ltd with Ayala Corporation, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation & Mitsubishi Corporation led to the establishment of Isuzu Philippines Corporation on 7th August 1995. Its headquarters are located in Laguna Technopark, Binan in Laguna. It is guided by the company slogan "Your Responsible Partner" that is concerned with expanding Isuzu's customer base in Philippines by boosting employee morale & providing premium after sale services to customers.
Isuzu offers a variety of high-end car models for its customers to choose from. These include Light commercial vehicles, cars, trucks, etc. Isuzu Philippines offers various premium car models including Crosswind, Alterra, D Max and trucks such as N series, F series etc. It also offers various genuine parts & accessories such as Element fuel filters, Engine coolants, Engine oil, Air filters, Clutch Disc, Element oil filters, etc. It also provides Econoparts for vehicles whose warranty period has expired. In such cases, orders can be easily customized to suit the needs, requirements & preferences of customers.
Standard Quality Services
Care is taken that parts & accessories provided are of the best quality, highly durable and & reliable compared to other cheap & low-quality replacements and are comparable to Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts. Isuzu Philippines also has an impressive lineup for engines which include automotive, industrial, as well as marine models. Major engine characteristic include high performance & fuel efficiency, low noise production, low CO2 emission as per Euro 2 Emission Standards, durable, etc.
Marketing & Sales
Isuzu employs over 29,430 people in its manufacturing units (including other subsidiary divisions) all over the world. According to a survey conducted in 2014, it had managed to earn total revenue of 1,760,858 Yen making a profit of 119,316 Yen. It operates through a network of integrated dealerships throughout Philippines which include Alabang, Bacolod, Cavite, Commonwealth, Batangas, Bulacan, Cabanatuan, Davao, General Santos, Cagayan de Oro, EDSA, Lloilo, Makati, Isabela, Pampanga, Manila and Mandaue.