Isuzu Unveils All-new D-Max with Fresh Design and Features
Japan’s famous utility vehicle designer, Isuzu Motors Limited recently unveiled the all-new D-Max. The new model gets updated design, features, and structure providing a distinctive yet attractive look to the SUV. Popular in the markets of India and Thailand, D-Max is available for personal and commercial use in different variants that include two-door, four-door and a higher spec variant.
The new D-Max gets a higher wheelbase with reduced size and is lighter compared to the currently available model in the market. The new model will arrive with an upgraded body shell that complies to the Thai safety standards that involve blind-spot monitoring and a cross-traffic alert system.
That’s not it, new Isuzu D-max also gets rich interiors that include a 9.0-inch infotainment system with a navigation system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay right in the center of the dashboard. The all-new Isuzu D-Max sports a dual-zone climate control system that can be operated through buttons. It also includes a new MID right in between the speedometer and tachometer.
Under the hood, D-Max in India gets a 1.9-liter diesel engine that churns out 150hp and 350Nm of torque. Also known as the India-spec D-Max Automatic comes with two gear options – 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic. D-Max is expected to arrive in four-wheel-drive in India soon.
Maintaining its rugged look, the updated D-Max gets bi-LED projectors headlights, LED tail-lights and an integrated rear bumper. It also features a new radiator grille shape with front bumper acquiring new creases that house turn indicators and fog lamps.
The all-new off-road-ready model of the Isuzu D-Max shall arrive in the Indian market very soon and it will be interesting when it goes up against the Tata Xenon.
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