Isuzu unveils latest D-Max in Middle East



Published — Thursday 10 January 2013

Last update 9 January 2013 11:08 pm

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ISUZU Motors International Operations Thailand Co. Ltd., recently hosted a two day event at the Bab Al Shams hotel in Dubai where they launched the latest model of their renowned pickup line, the D-Max. Held recently, the event was attended by numerous VIPs and associates of the brand who also got a chance to test drive the vehicle.
Now available in eight countries around the Middle East, the All New Isuzu D-Max is one of the most dependable pick-up trucks from the brand as it has been crafted after nearly 50 years of refinement and pioneering development. Ushering in a new era in pickup trucks and with almost a century of truck-manufacturing DNA, the All New Isuzu D-Max redefines the toughness and is an amalgamation of splendid design, excellent performance, durability, immense safety and resilience.
A plethora of novel and improved features are visible in the Isuzu D-Max. Some of the notable new features the brand possesses include the new 2.5 L diesel engine (4JK1)with common-rail engine designed with superior know-how that has seen over 23 million Isuzu diesel engines sold worldwide. This innovative engine has accomplished class leading fuel efficiency, power, torque and environmental friendliness all in the same time.
The fresh tough chassis means even better balance and performance whether loaded or not, delivering superior stability and road holding in all conditions. With, a larger and stronger rear cargo body and 4x4 electronic shift on-the-fly, there’s not much it cannot handle. An aggressive form exterior design with a perfect proportion seen in the All New D-MAX does not only end in design, but also accomplishes outstanding aerodynamics. Isuzu designers conducted extensive wind tunnel testing around the world, to ensure the aerodynamics to create a quieter and more economical pick-up truck. With longer, wider and taller body, All New ISUZU D-MAX realizes a spacious interior to maximize driver and passengers’ comfort.
The new interior delivers more than just space and comfort. At your finger tips you will find all the technology and modern conveniences you have come to expect in a new car. Electroluminescent instruments with Multi Information Display, climate-control air conditioner and keyless entry are all available.
The all-new Isuzu D-MAX reaps the benefits of Isuzu’s safety policy: “Safety is our priority”. There are dual front airbags with pre-tensioning seatbelts, an energy absorbing nose section, and side impact anti-intrusion bars.

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