GOOD NEWS TRAVELS FAST AND FAR
ISUZU’S Northern Ireland dealers have been breaking more records this year than Usain Bolt.
When we caught up with them in Enniskillen they showed no signs of slackening with the latest flagship model Centurion now arrived in the Province and winter weather — the 4x4’s pick-up’s strongest sales period — lying ahead.
“It’s been a sensational year, we’re 60 per cent ahead of last year’s record result, every expectation has been surpassed and there are still many weeks of 2016 to go,” said Crumlin dealer John Barr.
“Everyone knows that D-max is Northern Ireland’s number 1 best-selling pick-up, we’ve now sold out of a number of models, but fresh stock is on its way and due any day.
“Whether it’s a flagship Blade, workaday single cab or the new Yukon extended cab we just can’t seem to get enough of them.”
“Quality, workrate, value. Then throw in low running costs, class-leading towing and superior residual values,” said Lisburn dealer Des Eastwood.
“A great warranty, excellent towing ability and superb Contract Hire rentals that would make other manufacturers blush.
“What’s not to like? It’s a great place to be, our buyers love their D-max’s. Fleet business this year has taken off — big businesses see Isuzu D-max holding its value strongly, with negligible downtime, that’s an unbeatable combination.”
“Nothing pulls like a D-max” said Claudy’s Peter Eakin.
“We now sell to many farmers who were forced to seek alternatives after Defender’s demise. They simply cannot believe just how good an Isuzu is and the warranty astonishes them.
“And being an Isuzu, the farmer’s D-max is out standing in its field — it’s only ever in the workshops for routine servicing.”
“First three services for under
£500+VAT — who would have believed that?” asked Dungannon dealer Noel Gormley.
“Up to six years maintenance, price-locked and inflation-proofed at time of purchase.
“You can spread the cost into your monthly finance payments too and a full Isuzu service record doesn’t just ensure your D-max always runs at its best, it also strengthens its residual value.”
“There is a full range of acces- sories to personalise your D-max to individual requirements” said Michael Turtle of Wilsons Rathkenny
“Canopies, digital light bars, roller tops, offroad tyres, under- guards, towbars and seat covers for every taste and use imaginable. “We even offer a sporting shooters conversion — the Huntsman — which has locking gun cabinets and can be fitted with dog cages and ramps and winch for large carcasses.” “D-max comes in three body styles, and choice of manual six-speed or five-speed auto,” said Enniskillen dealer Pat Mccaffrey. “At Western Cars we have the full range of new and used in stock and on our demo fleet. “Ask about our finance offers, call into your local Isuzu NI dealer at any time and even in the depths of winter you’ll be sure of the warmest of welcomes. “Make sure and say the Belfast Telegraph sent you — and hope to see you soon.”
Isuzu dealers in Northern Ireland are enjoying record sales and with more than two months of 2016 left they are expecting more to come before the end of the year