Isuzu Motors India makes history with its customers – Drive Expedition to the World’s highest pass

Destination was Umling-La, the highest motorable pass in the world, even higher than the Everest Base Camp

A convoy of 26 ISUZU vehicles with 20 ISUZU customers accompanied by family and friends

A ‘First’ by an automobile brand with its customers to reach 19300 Ft. with a customer drive expedition

New Delhi,06 September 2022: Japanese Vehicle manufacturer, Isuzu Motors India in a constant endeavor to reaffirm ISUZU’s commitment to providing the best service and ownership experience, conducted a 9-day drive expedition. The drive started from Manali to the high passes of Leh Ladakh with 20 adventure seeking customers along with their family and friends, took their reliable and capable Isuzu D-MAX V-Cross and mu-X, to conquer the mountain trails of Ladakh with their powerful and mighty machines.

The trip went through high passes of Leh Ladakh via Zanskar valley, exploring hidden routes and mountain trails, unseen lakes witnessing the beauty of the Himalayas with enticing views.

A special interaction session was also organized in Leh at the ITBP camp for the customers. It was an emotional moment as the customer understood how the forces operate in challenging conditions.

Driving through Chushul and reaching Hanle, history was made by this ISUZU Drive Expedition. A ‘First’ by any Automobile OEM, taking 52 members of the customer group in their 26 vehicles to the world’s highest motorable pass – the UMLING-LA pass at 19300 Ft. is higher than Everest Base camp.

After exploring Turtuk, the last Indian village on the border, the expedition moved on to blue waters of Pangong lake where customers enjoyed the scenic view of the vista.

From Hanle, the convoy moved towards Manali, via Leh – Manali road taking shortcuts and off-roads trails making most the journey back to base location.

The customer shared their experiences at the closing ceremony and the memories they gathered could be felt in their voices and in their hearts.

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