All-new Isuzu D-Max is unveiled

Isuzu D-Max front
The all-new Isuzu D-Max is a stronger pickup than the model it replaces and is an impressive offering.

The all-new Isuzu D-Max delivers a smart combination of improved off-roading performance and fresh styling.

There’s more safety technology onboard and the capabilities and durability are still the same so fans of this pickup will still enjoy it.

Isuzu also says that its tough workhorse now has superior levels of refinement and comfort.

There are four trim levels available to appeal to a wide range of drivers from families to small businesses and fleet operators.

Adventure, All-Purpose and Business

Indeed, the range is structured into three parts encompassing Adventure, All-Purpose and Business.

This means that the D-Max line-up now simply meets customers’ requirements.

The Business range includes the Utility trim with the choice of 4×4 or 4×2 drive and a choice of single, double or extended cabs.

The Utility model also features automatic windscreen wipers, automatic headlights, a stop and start system, a DAB radio and speed-sensitive power steering.


New Isuzu D-Max pickups

The new Isuzu D-Max pickups now come with autonomous emergency braking, intelligent speed limiter, traffic sign recognition and lane departure warning.

There’s also, which Isuzu says is a first for the pickup market, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, and emergency lane keeping assist for all models.

The Utility trim has been designed for working environments with durable steel wheels, an easy-clean vinyl floor and hard-wearing plastic door handles and mirrors.

For those interested in the Isuzu D-Max All-Purpose range, there’s a rear diff-lock, automatic transmission and adaptive cruise control.

There are also rear parking sensors, heated front seats and front fog lights.

All-Purpose D-Max models feature daytime running lights

Other All-Purpose D-Max models feature daytime running lights, silver side steps, 18-inch alloy wheels, a reversing camera and parking sensors.

Drivers also get Bi-LED headlights, a chrome radiator grille, keyless entry and leather upholstery.

The Adventure range features more equipment including a nine-inch multi-function infotainment display, automatic headlight levelling, branded mats and a smart leather interior.

The new range also features a choice of eight paint schemes and there’s a stronger chassis than the one it replaces.

Isuzu D-Max is still a workhorse

The Isuzu D-Max is still the workhorse that fans admire with a 3.5 tons towing capacity, a one-tonne payload and the firm’s five-year or 125,000 miles warranty.

The D-Max is available in showrooms from March with prices starting at £20,999.