Isuzu Motors India brings out 10,000th vehicle from its Sri City Plant
New Delhi : Isuzu Motors India Private Ltd, a subsidiary of Japan’s Isuzu Motors Ltd, rolled out the 10,000th vehicle from its Sri City plant located in Andhra Pradesh. The landmark vehicle to be introduced of the assembly line was the 2018 Isuzu D-Max V-Cross adventure utility vehicle, which went on sale in the country in May 2016. Interestingly, Isuzu India broke the 10,000 sales milestone in India, back in March 2018 itself, which also included the vehicles of Hindustan Motors' facility near Chennai, till early 2016. On the other hand, D-Max V-Cross marks the 10,000th vehicle to be introduced out of the Sri City plant alone.
Naohiro Yamaguchi, Managing Director, Isuzu Motors India, said, "The roll-out of the 10,000th vehicle from Sri City marks an important milestone in the journey of Isuzu in India. It is a testimony to show our commitment to India and the trust Indian customers have built on us and our products. It is just the beginning and we will continue to remain focused on our core objectives of delivering value and quality through our products."
Isuzu India started its production of vehicles at the Sri City plant in April 2016 and the D-Max V-Cross was the first model to be released out of the assembly line. Currently, the plant caters to other Isuzu models, including, the company's flagship model MU-X and Isuzu D-Max S-CAB and Regular Cab models for the commercial segment. In addition to the domestic market, Isuzu's Sri City plant also caters to international markets of neighbouring countries like Nepal and Bhutan.