JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – plan Isuzu to stop Panther production was apparently postponed. This is in line with the delay in the implementation of exhaust emission standards Euro IV for cars diesel which is slated for April 2021 to 2022.
As a result, the car which has the nickname of the king of diesel will still be produced again. This condition was also revealed by Attias Asril, General Manager of Marketing at PT Isuzu Astra Motor Indonesia (IAMI).
“As long as there is still a chance and breath, we will sell. With a one-year retreat, who knows if it won’t happen again and Panther will still be there,” Attias said a few days ago.
Seeing from the new price, it turns out Isuzu Panther which is marketed with four variants is also a price tag that is quite high. The range starts from IDR 292.9 million to IDR 342.3 million.
But for those of you who are still interested in Panther, can glance at the official price offered in the market used car. From searching on several buying and selling sites online, the price range varies.
To avoid being too old, searches are limited to the last 10 years or 2010 output and above. The following is a list of used prices;
– Isuzu Panther LV Turbo 2010: Rp. 98 – Rp. 117 million.
– Isuzu Panther Touring Turbo 2012 MT: IDR 115 – IDR 120 million.
– Isuzu Panther 2.5 LV 2013 MT: Rp 122 – Rp 128 million.
– Isuzu Panther LM Manual 2014: Rp 125 – 130 million.
– Isuzu Panther LV Turbo 2015: Rp. 133 – 140 million.
– Isuzu Panther 2.5 D LV 2016 MT: Rp 143 – 148 jutaan
– Isuzu Panther LS Turbo 2017: Rp. 155 – Rp. 160 million
Please note, the price of the Isuzu Panther is one of the diesel cars that is still loved today. Therefore, the turnaround in the used car market is also relatively fast.
Herjanto Kosasih, Exchange Senior Manager Used car WTC Mangga Dua, said that the used Panther is one of the cars that is quite easy to sell on the market.
“Most Panther customers are those who are looking for operational cars. Usually fast turnarounds, not for months. A maximum of one or two weeks has sold,” he told Kompas.com recently.