Talking about 2017 Isuzu MU-X

The Japanese car maker Isuzu has already renewed its seven-seater MU-X. To be exact, it has done it for the second time this year. As a result, for car drivers Isuzu offers an exterior facelift along with a smarten-up of the interior atop the fresh built-for-Australia motor, to say nothing of cutting-edge six-speed transmissions, both automatic and manual. That’s what they can get from the new 2017 Isuzu MU-X.

As a persuasive sign of how crucial the Australian market is to Isuzu, Australia happens to be the first country to obtain all of these catchy updates. By the way, the car maker’s celebrating up to 100 years in business worldwide as well as 100,000 cumulative sales of MU-X and D-Max in Australia since 2008. Reluctant to rest on its laurels, Isuzu’s geared up toward improving its position in the full-to-bursting SUV market, focusing on the MU-X.

Spot-on – that’s what we can say about the exterior of the 2017 Isuzu MU-X. Although the softer front-end might irritate some potential customers, the anime-eye-style Bi-LED projector headlights along with LED daytime running lights provide the fresh nose with an edgier muzzle, slotting in ideally with the car’s backswept body.

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