Isuzu MU-X Comparison

    The 2024 Isuzu MU-X lineup has expanded to now include nine variants, thanks to the addition of a smaller, more efficient turbo-diesel engine – but the existing 3.0-litre powertrain has been hit with a price increase.

    Isuzu announced its intentions to add the ‘RZ4E-TC’ 1.9-litre turbo-diesel engine from the D-Max ute to the MU-X late last year, and has now detailed the three variants it will be available in.

    Priced from $47,400 before on-road costs, the least expensive Isuzu MU-X is now the 4×2 LS-M powered by the 1.9-litre engine. It’s $2000 cheaper than the same variant with a 3.0-litre engine, which has undergone a $500 price rise.

    Across the range, the 1.9-litre engine is $2000 less than the 3.0-litre in variants which offer both drivetrains, while 3.0-litre examples have increased in price by $500 to $2000, depending on the grade.

    There’s no extra equipment to go along with the higher costs, with Junta Matsui, Isuzu Ute Australia Managing Director, saying the increase “was a decision not taken lightly, with all options deeply considered”.

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