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#1: Isuzu advertises 78 mpg for DMAX 4x2 cab pickup!

Posted on 2006-07-13 23:49:00 by Alerter

Isuzu advertises 78 mpg for DMAX 4 x 2 cab pickup, full-size and diesel
powered!

If true, U.S. national security demands this model be importable as-is and
be available for immediate sale at every Isuzu dealership. It will
instantly solve our oil overconsumption, without any needed further
discussion. Isuzu published this claim in print on Monday, June 26, 2006
on page 5 of "The Freeman," (Vol. 38, No. 340) This hard-copy daily is a
member of the Philippine Star Group of Publications, web presence,
www.philstar.com

The phenomenal fuel mileage claim was attributed to their model DMAX 4 x 2
full size cab pickup truck. View this wonder at:
<a href="http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/d-max/vh_d-max_4x4.htm" target="_blank">http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/d-max/vh_d-max_4x4.htm</a>

On page 7, Isuzu claimed 71 mpg for their ALTERRA model SUV. See this one
at:
<a href="http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/alterra/vh_alterra.htm" target="_blank">http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/alterra/vh_alterra.htm</a>

On page 3, Isuzu made a rediculous claim when it said their CROSSWIND
SPORTIVO achieved 196 mpg in the 2003 Isuzu Challenge in Cebu. Don't sue
them just yet for false advertising because it has to be an innocent
typographical error. But, if it isn't, let us get the legal machinery in
motion to stop them on the spot. View this incredible machine at:
<a href="http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/crosswinds/vh_crosswindsportivo_specs3.htm" target="_blank"> http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/crosswinds/vh_crosswindspo rtivo_specs3.htm</a>

As I said, if Isuzu advertising is truthful, they are heros, our saviours.
Bless them.

But, if not true, then they are guilty as charged for fraudulent
advertising. For punishment, I recommend complete refunds on all cars sold
if their buyers based their decisions on the fake ads. I would also, as
judge, order Isuzu to advertise a weekly retraction in all Filipino
newspapers for the next six months. Just about everything in the
Philippines is fake, from Microsoft software to truth-in-advertising.
Lawyers out there in Manila and Cebu, here's your chance to sue big time
these fat cats if it turns out they make fake claims. Remember the Pepsi
349 campaign? Pepsi = Swindlers

Since these ads are not online for you to see, I have extracted a few juicy
tidbits from page 3:

&quot;2 days. Over a thousand kms. With only P1000 worth of fuel.&quot;
(translated roughly as &quot;Over 600 miles, on $18 diesel fuel&quot;)

&quot;No engine shutdown. No turning off of aircons. No designated stops. No
tricks. All real. Happening on July 7 to 8&quot; [2006].

&quot;When speed calls, they answer. Anjo Perez, a photojournalist and Erle
Sebastian a deskman for Manila Bulletin know exactly how to live life on
the fast lane. Their work requires no detour and pushes them to the limits
of speed. Those who wish to thwart them in the race need to take a look at
their 83.45 km/liter mileage efficiency rating that placed them on top spot
in the 2003 Isuzu Challenge in Cebu. Will they end up winners in this
year's Isuzu Challenge?&quot;

83.45 km/liter = 196.29 miles per gallon!

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#2: Re: Isuzu advertises 78 mpg for DMAX 4x2 cab pickup!

Posted on 2006-07-14 02:08:55 by TheSnoMan

On Thu, 13 Jul 2006 21:49:00 -0000, Pinoy &lt;<a href="mailto:nobody&#64;invalid.org" target="_blank">nobody&#64;invalid.org</a>&gt; wrote:

Bet they believes in 75 MPG carbs that the oil companies supossidly
bought up over 40 years ago too. This is a pipe dream.

&gt;Isuzu advertises 78 mpg for DMAX 4 x 2 cab pickup, full-size and diesel
&gt;powered!
&gt;
&gt;If true, U.S. national security demands this model be importable as-is and
&gt;be available for immediate sale at every Isuzu dealership. It will
&gt;instantly solve our oil overconsumption, without any needed further
&gt;discussion. Isuzu published this claim in print on Monday, June 26, 2006
&gt;on page 5 of &quot;The Freeman,&quot; (Vol. 38, No. 340) This hard-copy daily is a
&gt;member of the Philippine Star Group of Publications, web presence,
&gt;www.philstar.com
&gt;
&gt;The phenomenal fuel mileage claim was attributed to their model DMAX 4 x 2
&gt;full size cab pickup truck. View this wonder at:
&gt;<a href="http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/d-max/vh_d-max_4x4.htm" target="_blank">http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/d-max/vh_d-max_4x4.htm</a>
&gt;
&gt;On page 7, Isuzu claimed 71 mpg for their ALTERRA model SUV. See this one
&gt;at:
&gt;<a href="http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/alterra/vh_alterra.htm" target="_blank">http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/alterra/vh_alterra.htm</a>
&gt;
&gt;On page 3, Isuzu made a rediculous claim when it said their CROSSWIND
&gt;SPORTIVO achieved 196 mpg in the 2003 Isuzu Challenge in Cebu. Don't sue
&gt;them just yet for false advertising because it has to be an innocent
&gt;typographical error. But, if it isn't, let us get the legal machinery in
&gt;motion to stop them on the spot. View this incredible machine at:
&gt;<a href="http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/crosswinds/vh_crosswindsportivo_specs3.htm" target="_blank"> http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/crosswinds/vh_crosswindspo rtivo_specs3.htm</a>
&gt;
&gt;As I said, if Isuzu advertising is truthful, they are heros, our saviours.
&gt;Bless them.
&gt;
&gt;But, if not true, then they are guilty as charged for fraudulent
&gt;advertising. For punishment, I recommend complete refunds on all cars sold
&gt;if their buyers based their decisions on the fake ads. I would also, as
&gt;judge, order Isuzu to advertise a weekly retraction in all Filipino
&gt;newspapers for the next six months. Just about everything in the
&gt;Philippines is fake, from Microsoft software to truth-in-advertising.
&gt;Lawyers out there in Manila and Cebu, here's your chance to sue big time
&gt;these fat cats if it turns out they make fake claims. Remember the Pepsi
&gt;349 campaign? Pepsi = Swindlers
&gt;
&gt;Since these ads are not online for you to see, I have extracted a few juicy
&gt;tidbits from page 3:
&gt;
&gt;&quot;2 days. Over a thousand kms. With only P1000 worth of fuel.&quot;
&gt;(translated roughly as &quot;Over 600 miles, on $18 diesel fuel&quot;)
&gt;
&gt;&quot;No engine shutdown. No turning off of aircons. No designated stops. No
&gt;tricks. All real. Happening on July 7 to 8&quot; [2006].
&gt;
&gt;&quot;When speed calls, they answer. Anjo Perez, a photojournalist and Erle
&gt;Sebastian a deskman for Manila Bulletin know exactly how to live life on
&gt;the fast lane. Their work requires no detour and pushes them to the limits
&gt;of speed. Those who wish to thwart them in the race need to take a look at
&gt;their 83.45 km/liter mileage efficiency rating that placed them on top spot
&gt;in the 2003 Isuzu Challenge in Cebu. Will they end up winners in this
&gt;year's Isuzu Challenge?&quot;
&gt;
&gt;83.45 km/liter = 196.29 miles per gallon!
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#3: Re: Isuzu advertises 78 mpg for DMAX 4x2 cab pickup!

Posted on 2006-07-14 02:08:55 by TheSnoMan

On Thu, 13 Jul 2006 21:49:00 -0000, Pinoy &lt;<a href="mailto:nobody&#64;invalid.org" target="_blank">nobody&#64;invalid.org</a>&gt; wrote:

Bet they believes in 75 MPG carbs that the oil companies supossidly
bought up over 40 years ago too. This is a pipe dream.

&gt;Isuzu advertises 78 mpg for DMAX 4 x 2 cab pickup, full-size and diesel
&gt;powered!
&gt;
&gt;If true, U.S. national security demands this model be importable as-is and
&gt;be available for immediate sale at every Isuzu dealership. It will
&gt;instantly solve our oil overconsumption, without any needed further
&gt;discussion. Isuzu published this claim in print on Monday, June 26, 2006
&gt;on page 5 of &quot;The Freeman,&quot; (Vol. 38, No. 340) This hard-copy daily is a
&gt;member of the Philippine Star Group of Publications, web presence,
&gt;www.philstar.com
&gt;
&gt;The phenomenal fuel mileage claim was attributed to their model DMAX 4 x 2
&gt;full size cab pickup truck. View this wonder at:
&gt;<a href="http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/d-max/vh_d-max_4x4.htm" target="_blank">http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/d-max/vh_d-max_4x4.htm</a>
&gt;
&gt;On page 7, Isuzu claimed 71 mpg for their ALTERRA model SUV. See this one
&gt;at:
&gt;<a href="http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/alterra/vh_alterra.htm" target="_blank">http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/alterra/vh_alterra.htm</a>
&gt;
&gt;On page 3, Isuzu made a rediculous claim when it said their CROSSWIND
&gt;SPORTIVO achieved 196 mpg in the 2003 Isuzu Challenge in Cebu. Don't sue
&gt;them just yet for false advertising because it has to be an innocent
&gt;typographical error. But, if it isn't, let us get the legal machinery in
&gt;motion to stop them on the spot. View this incredible machine at:
&gt;<a href="http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/crosswinds/vh_crosswindsportivo_specs3.htm" target="_blank"> http://www.isuzuautodealer.com.ph/crosswinds/vh_crosswindspo rtivo_specs3.htm</a>
&gt;
&gt;As I said, if Isuzu advertising is truthful, they are heros, our saviours.
&gt;Bless them.
&gt;
&gt;But, if not true, then they are guilty as charged for fraudulent
&gt;advertising. For punishment, I recommend complete refunds on all cars sold
&gt;if their buyers based their decisions on the fake ads. I would also, as
&gt;judge, order Isuzu to advertise a weekly retraction in all Filipino
&gt;newspapers for the next six months. Just about everything in the
&gt;Philippines is fake, from Microsoft software to truth-in-advertising.
&gt;Lawyers out there in Manila and Cebu, here's your chance to sue big time
&gt;these fat cats if it turns out they make fake claims. Remember the Pepsi
&gt;349 campaign? Pepsi = Swindlers
&gt;
&gt;Since these ads are not online for you to see, I have extracted a few juicy
&gt;tidbits from page 3:
&gt;
&gt;&quot;2 days. Over a thousand kms. With only P1000 worth of fuel.&quot;
&gt;(translated roughly as &quot;Over 600 miles, on $18 diesel fuel&quot;)
&gt;
&gt;&quot;No engine shutdown. No turning off of aircons. No designated stops. No
&gt;tricks. All real. Happening on July 7 to 8&quot; [2006].
&gt;
&gt;&quot;When speed calls, they answer. Anjo Perez, a photojournalist and Erle
&gt;Sebastian a deskman for Manila Bulletin know exactly how to live life on
&gt;the fast lane. Their work requires no detour and pushes them to the limits
&gt;of speed. Those who wish to thwart them in the race need to take a look at
&gt;their 83.45 km/liter mileage efficiency rating that placed them on top spot
&gt;in the 2003 Isuzu Challenge in Cebu. Will they end up winners in this
&gt;year's Isuzu Challenge?&quot;
&gt;
&gt;83.45 km/liter = 196.29 miles per gallon!
&gt;
&gt;This post published to:
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&gt;alt.ford.trucks
&gt;alt.law-enforcement
&gt;alt.lawyers
&gt;alt.legal
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#4: Re: Isuzu advertises 78 mpg for DMAX 4x2 cab pickup!

Posted on 2006-07-14 05:18:32 by Spam Hater

In article
&lt;<a href="mailto:f116378e8e2616179ba67b73c26e7e50&#64;anon.mixmaster.mixmin.net" target="_blank">f116378e8e2616179ba67b73c26e7e50&#64;anon.mixmaster.mixmin.net</a>&gt;,
Pinoy &lt;<a href="mailto:nobody&#64;invalid.org" target="_blank">nobody&#64;invalid.org</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt; As I said, if Isuzu advertising is truthful, they are heros, our saviours.
&gt; Bless them.
&gt;
&gt; But, if not true, then they are guilty as charged for fraudulent
&gt; advertising.

Remember: &quot;If it's too good to be true it's xxx&quot;

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#5: Re: Isuzu advertises 78 mpg for DMAX 4x2 cab pickup!

Posted on 2006-07-14 05:18:32 by Spam Hater

In article
&lt;<a href="mailto:f116378e8e2616179ba67b73c26e7e50&#64;anon.mixmaster.mixmin.net" target="_blank">f116378e8e2616179ba67b73c26e7e50&#64;anon.mixmaster.mixmin.net</a>&gt;,
Pinoy &lt;<a href="mailto:nobody&#64;invalid.org" target="_blank">nobody&#64;invalid.org</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt; As I said, if Isuzu advertising is truthful, they are heros, our saviours.
&gt; Bless them.
&gt;
&gt; But, if not true, then they are guilty as charged for fraudulent
&gt; advertising.

Remember: &quot;If it's too good to be true it's xxx&quot;

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