As before the D-Max offers a five variant range comprising EX, SX, LS-M, LS-U and range-topping LS-T. From launch, a limited edition X-Runner model also joins the range to celebrate Isuzu’s centenary, limited to just 600 units.
Single, extra and dual cab body styles (Isuzu calls them single, Spacecab, and Crew Cab) can be mixed and matched with a ute-style tub or cab-chassis body with 4×2 or 4×4 depending on the specification.
With a focus on hard graft rather than dressy showmanship, the D-Max might not look as svelte or sophisticated as something like a Volkswagen Amarok or Ford Ranger Wildtrack, but over a course of highway, back roads, beach, and bush driving in the Queensland hinterland the D-Max showed that it isn’t afraid to tackle the rough stuff.
Not much has changed inside the updated D-Max so owners of the outgoing version may not feel a crushing need to update.
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