Good fish­ing day for MU- X own­ers

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - LAUNCH -

ISUZU Malaysia cel­e­brated the first an­niver­sary of the in­tro­duc­tion of its seven- seater MU- X by or­gan­is­ing a fish­ing com­pe­ti­tion.

More than 50 VIP guests; namely own­ers of the pop­u­lar seven- seater SUV and their fam­i­lies at­tended the first- ever Isuzu MU- X Fish­ing Fest at a fish­ing pond in Pu­lau In­dah, Port Klang, Se­lan­gor.

The Isuzu MU- X Fish­ing Fest of­fered two Grand Prizes com­pris­ing camp­ing sets worth RM3,000 each from Cole­man.

Muham­mad Nazirul Fikri Sam­sudin from Sun­gai Bu­loh man­aged to hook up a 4.6kg tiger grouper to win in the heav­i­est catch cat­e­gory, while Az­ley Tsia and Mo­ham­mad Azran both caught three ikan bu­lan each to be de­clared joint- win­ners in the most num­ber of fish caught cat­e­gory.

Isuzu Malaysia ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor Ha­jime Machimura said that the fun- filled out­ing was a unique way to thank cus­tomers for choos­ing the flag­ship life­style ve­hi­cle from Isuzu.

It was also aimed at en­cour­ag­ing ag­ing Isuzu MU- X own­ers to op­ti­mise their ve­hi­cles’ multi- ca­pa­ble func­tion­al­ity to en­joy the great out­doors.

“The MU- X is an all- ter­rain ve­hi­cle that al­lows you to en­joy an ac­tive life­style without re­stric­tions in terms of space, com­fort, safety or fuel econ­omy,” he said.

Port Klang- based lo­gis­tics busi­ness owner, Matthew Sunel Martin, 66, re­mem­bered how good his fa­ther’sfa­ther s Isuzu Trooper was and was fur­ther in­spired when his son bought an Isuzu D- Max pick- up.

“I al­ready own four pick- up trucks of other makes and wanted a re­li­able diesel pow­ered SUV. I de­cided on the MU- X be­cause of its proven diesel en­gine, spa­cious­ness and com­fort. Over­all it is great value and per­fect for my needs,” said the happy owner of a two-two month old MU-MU X X.

azirul Fikri right , with a friend, hold­ing his 4.6kg tiger grouper that won him the heav­i­est catch cat­e­gory of the Isuzu MU- X First An­niver­sary Fish­ing Fest in Port Klang.

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