A vaudevillian cliché states that when an audience is fed up with an act, a large hook will appear offstage and pull the unhappy man into the wings. This is perhaps a modern example of it. It doesn't matter if you're a hook or a gong guy, there is no disputing that your time is up. This is true for politicians and entertainers, but it's also true for cars.
Increased competition from newer platforms such as the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Toyota Fortuner has forced the Isuzu company to improve their SUV MU-X in order to compete. The bumper of a second-hand Isuzu MU-X has a sleek design and houses the snazzy LED DRLs that turn heads wherever it goes. The car's side profile is very simple.
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The 17-inch diamond cut alloy wheels add a touch of elegance. The rear bumper's plastic cladding adds some toughness and reminds us of the Maruti-Suzuki S-Cross. The interior of the MUX is very simple. The dashboard design is very traditional and simple. Although the quality of the plastics is high, it lacks modern bits that make it look more premium.
The texture of the plastics around the instrument cluster is nice to touch, and the same goes for the center console. It's quite boring and the clocks are of a simple design. It is also difficult to use the touch screen infotainment system. The MU-X has basic functions such as radio and Bluetooth connectivity. However, it lacks a navigation system and better user interface.
Although Isuzu may have made some compromises in certain areas, it has done well in other areas. The driver's seat offers a great view of the road and is adjustable electronically for maximum comfort. The MU-X offers good cabin space and comfort. The third row can be used to store small bikes and a few bags.