BMW’S X5 turns Indian, costs Rs. 71 L, Isuzu launches D-max pick-ups
HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times
First Published: 10:29 IST(30/5/2014)
Last Updated: 10:31 IST(30/5/2014)
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Looking to tap into the growing pick up market in India, Japanese car maker Isuzu Motors on Thursday opened its first outlet in the national capital region, while launching its D-Max range of pick-up trucks that comprise three models priced at Rs.
5.89-6.99 lakh (exshowroom NCR).
BMW’s India brand ambassador, former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar poses with the made-in-India SUV X5xDrvie, which costs Rs. 10 lakh less than the outgoing version. India is the fifth market after US, Russia, Malaysia and Thailand to get the X series, which is not available in Europe, including Germany. The car is being made at BMW’s Chennai plant. Photo:PTI
The company expects the onetonne pickup segment in India to grow to 800,000 units becoming the world’s largest pickup market by 2023.
The company aims to open 60 outlets across India by end of 2015-16.
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