Isuzu has taken the wraps off an all-new D-Max. Founded in markets such as India and Thailand, the D-Max is readily available for private and industrial usage, which is underlined by the fact it is offered in multiple taxi types (from a two-door into a four-door) along with a higher-spec V-Cross version.
The all-new D-Max has a longer wheelbase compared to the version that is currently on sale in India however is shorter total and is milder besides. Isuzu states they've updated the entire body shell to abide by security criteria and extra security features mandated in the nation for example blind-spot monitoring along with a cross-traffic alarm system. You can book your all-new Isuzu Ute via http://www.parramattaisuzuute.com.au.
While keeping its rocky, off-road-ready appearance, the upgraded V-Cross becomes bi-LED projectors headlights, LED tail-lights, an integrated rear bumper, new creases in the front bumper which home the turn signs and fog lamps, together with a brand new radiator grille form. You will find new-design metal wheels available also.
The cottage of this new D-Max is very different. There is a fresh 9.0-inch infotainment system which is included with navigation, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, that's the center piece of this new dashboard. Gone is the curved layout for your climate control system that's about the present version.
The all-new pickup has a dual-zone climate management system that's operated through buttons under it. A brand new digital MID may also be viewed between the speedo and tacho dials. Underneath the bonnet, Isuzu provide two engine choices, the 1.9-litre diesel engine which recently made its debut in the India-spec D-Max automated.
Also, there is a 3.0-litre petrol unit that's tuned to create 190hp and 450Nm of torque. Gearbox choices incorporate a 6-speed manual along with also a 6-speed automatic and you will find four-wheel-drive and rear-wheel-drive selections available too.