As more local government units acquire their own fleet of modern public utility vehicles, automakers continue to deliver their offerings to more cities and municipalities around the country. The latest of these is Isuzu Philippines Corporation, which turned over2 units of its modern PUV to Boracay Island.
The Boracay Land Transport Multi-Purpose Cooperative took delivery of the units as part of its 15-unit acquisition that will be completed in phases. The said PUVs will ply the main circumferential road that will drop off and pick up passengers at designated stops.
As with other companies, the Isuzu PUV was built in partnership with Almazora Motors Corporation , supplier and builder of the body. In compliance with the Land Transportation Office’s guidelines, the Isuzu PUV boasts of md cons like a CCTV, dashcams, GPS navigation and tracking, along with airconditioning by Coolaire.
Being able to carry 30 seated and standing passengers, the Isuzu Modern PUV was designed to offer comfort, convenience, safety, and reliability for all. It is a step up from the antiquated jeepneys and minibuses and should hold up for a good number of years.
The Boracay turnover is just one part of Isuzu’s and the government’s efforts to provide a decent and mdern mass transport system for all.