Isuzu D-Max Press Reviews

RMS MOTORING, 21ST APRIL 2017

“For years now, the Isuzu D-Max has been considered the king of the pick-up trucks due to a combination of reliability and affordability but most of all that sought after 3500kg towing ability.”

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FRONT SEAT DRIVER, 21ST APRIL 2017

“For that you get arguably the most capable off-road vehicle on sale in the UK this side of something with John Deere in the name.”

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AUTOCAR, 20TH APRIL 2017

“Isuzu’s new 9.0in colour touchscreen infotainment system is more recommendable, although restricted to Blade models. It’s bright, responsive, easy to navigate and gets built-in sat-nav, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring as standard, which is a pretty impressive set of attributes for this class.”

MSN, 17TH APRIL 2017

“Workmanlike – it’s a great word that ‘does what it says on the tin’ – conjuring up images of a job well done and incredible reliability.

It is also the right word to describe the Isuzu D-Max Blade, which does everything you would want a pick up to do… and does it rather well.”

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THE DAILY STAR, 16TH APRIL 2017

“You’ll like the feet-off hill descent, the fact that it’ll wade through water up to the door handles without leaking into the cab and the sheer grip its switchable 4×4 system provides in all conditions. You’ll also like the fact that you don’t have to buy costly, unpleasant AdBlu because the downsized 1.9 diesel turbo engine passes Euro6 regs without it. You’ll certainly appreciate the five-year warranty, too.”

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EUREKAR, 10TH APRIL 2017

“Isuzu cleans up with new D-Max

And for any doubters who may think a 1.9-litre engine can’t pass muster in the heavy duty world, Isuzu is launching the new D-Max with the opportunity of a 48 hour free trial of the new model from any of its UK dealers – and all demonstrators will come fitted with towing gear so they can be tried out to the full. Those taking the opportunity will not be disappointed.”

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THE SUN, 09TH APRIL 2017

“It’s because if you’re a hard-working professional and know your pick-ups, you’ll need no persuading.Take the silly names away and you’ve got one of the most no-nonsense, capable pick-ups money can buy.

The D-Max is a workhorse. And unlike its show pony rivals — such as the Mitsubishi L200 and Nissan Navara — it’s all business.”

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PROFI, 08TH APRIL 2017

“Claimed to be the UK’s best-selling pick-up to farmers, the new Isuzu D-Max meets Euro 6 emissions and — here’s the important bit, according to Isuzu UK — without the use of AdBlue”

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CARWITTER, 08TH APRIL 2017

“Farmers love a D-Max. Arguably they’re the backbone of the agricultural industry in the UK. Affordable, rugged, they just get the job done.

Farmers, your transport needs are safe for the foreseeable future.”

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THE SUN, 07TH APRIL 2017

“D-MAX STRENGTH Isuzu’s D-Max has more creature comforts than a Defender and is harder than Dwayne Johnson”

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USED CARS NI .COM , 07TH APRIL 2017

“The D-Max is a true work horse and is built to last, as such it maybe won’t do any one thing exceptionally, but it does everything perfectly, something that few others can boast.

IT JUST WORKS [literally]”.

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HONEST JOHN, 06 APRIL 2017

“Indeed, it’s the off-road capability of the D-Max that really stands out, whilst also adding credibility to those Defender-related claims.”

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NET CAR SHOW, 06TH APRIL 2017

“Another key benefit is that the new engine meets Euro 6 standards without the need for the addition of AdBlue.”

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COMPANY CAR AND VAN, 06TH APRIL 2017

“First & foremost it looks great. I have to say that the D-Max Blade is still for me the best looking pick-up of any I have driven recently. Big bold wheel arches, wrap-around headlights & black roof rails make it stand out on the road.”

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AUTO EXPRESS, 06TH APRIL 2017

“Isuzu offers a five-year/125,000-mile warranty on all models, which gives you some idea of how confident the brand is about the D-Max.”

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PARKERS, 05TH APRIL 2017

“Still it’s impressively capable in the rough stuff, too – living up to its rufty tufty reputation thanks to a selectable four-wheel drive system and new features including Hill Assist and Hill Descent Control.”

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PROFI, 23RD JULY 2016

“Go on, treat yourself. If nothing else, your new look farm transport will certainly create quite a stir down the pub.”

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AUTO EXPRESS, 21ST JULY 2016

“The Isuzu D-Max AT35 is as seriously capable off-road as you would expect given the involvement of a brand like Arctic Trucks” “…the increased approach and departure angles allow it to tackle almost vertical inclines without breaking a sweat.”

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