All-new Isuzu D-Max set for March arrival

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Author: | Updated: 13 Jan 2021 13:53

The all-new Isuzu D-Max will arrive in the UK in March, introducing new styling, improved safety tech and enhanced off-road performance.

Here’s what you need to know.

On the outside, the new D-Max benefits from what Isuzu is calling “an assertive new design”. The front end is higher than before, while the whole pick-up looks sharper than before.

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It’s available with a set of new 18in alloy wheels, while bi-LED headlights help to mark out higher trim levels.

Customers can choose three bodystyles: Standard, Extended and Double cab.

Inside, there’s an all-new dashboard design that uses a layered approach to offer better ergonomics. A new infotainment system features, while soft-touch trim give the D-Max’s interior a more premium feel than before.

Technical enhancements include a strengthened platform with larger rails, while speed-sensitive power steering is now standard – helping improve manoeuvrability at low speeds.

The 4WD system gets a rear diff-lock as standard on All-Purpose and Adventure models. Meanwhile, the safety systems have been comprehensively updated too, with the ADAS package now including autonomous emergency braking, traffic sign recognition, intelligent speed limited and lane departure warning.

All double cab variants feature a rear radar system too, which offers rear cross traffic alert, a blind spot monitor and emergency lane keeping.

Capable of towing up to 4.5 tonnes, the D-Max gets its power from a 164hp diesel engine that is now available with either a six speed manual or six speed automatic. The latter now offers up to 25% faster gear changes.

Set to arrive in the UK from March, we’ll bring you leasing deals on the all-new D-Max when they are available.

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