Isuzu Motors India defers the launch of BS6 products, extends warranty and service periods

By Divyank Kushagra Bansal | on March 30, 2020

For now, Isuzu Motors India has pushed the launch of its BS-VI compliant products to Q2 2020.

As numerous automakers across the country have announced the extension of the periodic maintenance schedules and warranty periods for customers who have been rendered immobile due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, it's no surprise that another renowned carmaker has joined the group. This time, Isuzu Motors India has taken the initiative of extending the warranty coverage period till the end of May 2020 for all customers whose warranty coverage is due to expire between 15th March and 15th April 2020. Likewise, all Isuzu vehicles that were, or are due, for their periodic maintenance service during the same time period will also benefit from the extension.

While most carmakers in the country have already transitioned to a full-fledged BS-VI product portfolio, Isuzu Motors India, admittedly, is yet to launch a BS-VI compliant product in India. Further, the brand has announced that its operations have been severely affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, due to which, it had to push the launch of its BS-VI products to the latter half of Q2 2020. The confirmed launch date has not been announced as yet.

The last big launch from Isuzu Motors India was the D-Max V-Cross Facelift in June 2019.

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