Isuzu 4×4 Xtreme Xperience kicks off in Iloilo

By: Emme Rose Santiagudo

ISUZU brought fun and extreme experience together in their 3-day event last September 21-23, 2018 at the Festive Walk Mall, Iloilo Business Park in Mandurriao district.

Aside from showcasing the power of the D-Max and the mu-X, Isuzu Philippines Corporation president Hajime Koso said that the event has been expanded to include more fun and engaging activities for all the members of the family.

“Isuzu is bringing the excitement here in Iloilo after the successful leg in Cebu,” Koso said.

Performances from Tribu Panayanon and drum beaters jumpstarted the event on Sept. 21.  A Hiphop Battle also took off where “Groovestyle” was hailed as champion with “Fresh Hoodz” and “MKF” as first and second runner-ups respectively.

On the same day, winners for the Highest Kilometer Mileage and Fuel Eco Run were also awarded.

Maria Lora Tupas bagged the Highest Kilometer Mileage while Ma. Liza Dobleo was declared as the winner in the Fuel Eco Run, Manual Category; and Regina Malata in Automatic Category.

In the evening, a special performance from actress-performer, Maja Salvador captivated the hearts of Ilonggos.

A poster making contest was also organized the following day. Princess Pearl Ferrer championed in the elementary category and Christian Emmanuel Patiam in the high school category.

The last day of the 3-day long event culminated with magic show for kids, McDonalds’ party, and a solid performance from Pinoy rap icon, Gloc-9.

In addition, car enthusiasts got the chance to test drive and view the accessorized versions of the Isuzu D-Max and Isuzu mu-X.

Aside from accessorizing one’s Isuzu vehicle, promos and discounts were also offered to Ilonggo consumers.

Isuzu also prepared a 12-station “Consumer Journey” that included fun activities for the family such as drift carts, games, kid sections, and a photo booth.

The highlight of the event was the 4×4 Xtreme Xperience Action Ramp wherein brave volunteers experienced riding a4x43.0-liter Isuzu D-Max up and down a two-story-high steep narrow metal ramp. (All photos courtesy of Litrato Co.)

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