Isuzu D-Max Comparison
The Isuzu D-Max is the Japanese automaker's top-selling vehicle and is one of the top-selling utes overall. It's available in single-cab, extra-cab and dual-cab body styles in either 4x2 or 4x4.
Depending on the variant, the D-Max is available as either a cab-chassis or pickup with a tub bed.
The 2023 Isuzu D-Max is on sale now, with a wider model range and some cosmetic tweaks inside and out.
The range now consists of 27 different variants, with the addition of three new SX Crew Cab models featuring the smaller 110kW/350Nm 1.9-litre four-cylinder turbo diesel with a standard six-speed automatic.
Isuzu Ute Australia says the move to introduce these new variants was driven by positive reception of the 1.9-litre powered D-Max from customers.
That brings the number of 1.9-litre D-Max variants to five, which now outnumbers Mazda’s three-strong range of BT-50 models featuring the 1.9-litre oiler, all automatic only.
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