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Isuzu sets 4x4 Xtreme Xperience

From Cebu to Iloilo, the Isuzu 4x4 Xtreme Xperience continues to bring fun and excitement 

Isuzu sets 4x4 Xtreme Xperience

Fueled by the success of the Isuzu “4x4 Xtreme Xperience” in Cebu City last August, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) now brings its interactive 4x4 public exhibition at the Festive Walk Mall at the Iloilo Business Park in Mandurriao, Iloilo City from September 21 to 23, 2018.

The highlight of the weekend remains to be the 4x4 Xtreme Xperience Action Ramp, wherein brave volunteers/passengers experience riding a 4x4 3.0-liter Isuzu D-Max up and down a two-story-high steep, narrow metal ramp.

The Isuzu “4x4 Xtreme Xperience”, which opens to the public at 12 noon until 10 in the evening, has been expanded to include more fun and engaging activities for all members of the family such as the 12-station “Consumer Journey”. 

Special activities during the Isuzu” 4x4 Xtreme Xperience” Iloilo City leg include the dance competition, performances by Isuzu brand ambassadress, actress and singer Maja Salvador during the opening on September 21, and rapper Gloc 9 to close out the “Xtreme Xperience” on the night of September 23. 

Isuzu enthusiasts also have a chance to view the accessorized versions of the Isuzu D-MAX and Isuzu mu-X and test drive the Isuzu mu-X powered by the RZ4E engine.   

Promos and discounts exclusive to the “Xtreme Xperience” are also offered during the three-day event. Admission to this weekend event is free.

The “Isuzu 4x4 Xtreme Xperience” is organized in partnership with Isuzu Iloilo, Globe Telecom and Pilipinas Shell. 

Topics: Isuzu D-Max , Isuzu Philippines Corporation , 4x4 Xtreme Xperience , RZ4E engine
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