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The ‘number one’ pick-up for UK farmers

Vehicle manufacturer Isuzu says its range of pick-ups are tough, strong and built to go the distance, making them the agricultural pick-up of choice for UK farmers and the winner of numerous accolades, including Trade Van Driver for the 8th consecutive year, What Van?, Professional Pickup & 4×4.

Designed to tackle the working day, the award winning Isuzu D-Max’s powerful 1.9 litre engine pushes through the stigma of the ‘smaller engine pick-up’ – and stands out from the crowd by continuing to be most economical, yet powerful, engine for Isuzu.

The entire Isuzu D-Max range is powered by a Euro 6 compliant engine that delivers an impressive 164PS and 360Nm, without the need for AdBlue. It is capable of over 40.4mpg combined and has CO2 emissions of 163g/km (on all manual models).

For complete peace of mind, all new Isuzu D-Max models come with a five-year/125,000-mile warranty and five-year roadside assistance across the UK and Europe.

Off-road, the Isuzu D-Max performs ‘better than ever’, according to Isuzu, with a switchable 4×4 system, electronic stability control and a traction control system with ABS. This is coupled with the capacity to tow 3.5 tonnes and a 1.1-tonne payload on all Double Cabs.

The Isuzu D-Max range features a variety of trim levels, each carefully crafted to offer incredible capability, reliability, and choice – a collection of no-compromise pick-ups for work and for life, Isuzu says.

 

The entry-level Isuzu D-Max Business range, priced from £17,414 (CVOTR) comes equipped with LED daytime running lights, Hill Start Assist, Hill Descent Control, Bluetooth connectivity, power windows and air conditioning.

All-Purpose range

The Eiger from £22,514 (CVOTR) kicks off the All-Purpose range by adding a reversing camera, 16-inch alloy wheels, body coloured bumpers, audio system with CD player and six speakers.

Yukon from £22,514 (CVOTR) adds 18-inch alloy wheels, silver side steps, 7-inch multi-function touchscreen, LED rear lights, Cruise Control, rear load liner and a leather steering wheel.

Utah from £26,214 (CVOTR) takes comfort up a notch with keyless entry and push button start, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, satellite navigation, DAB digital radio, roof bars, leather upholstery with heated front seats, rear parking sensors and automatic air conditioning.

Adventure range

Blade from £29,314 (CVOTR) adds tinted windows, 9-inch multi-function touchscreen, remote locking lower tailgate, Blade puddle lamps, front and rear parking sensors and a colour-coded Aeroklas canopy or sports bar with roller cover.

The newest addition to the range, the XTR is now available from £34,504 (CVOTR) takes the Isuzu D-Max up a gear with the sophisticated and aggressive styling of a XTR body kit, Pedders suspension, bespoke alloy wheels, D-Shaped Steering wheel and luxurious upholstery.

In addition to the core Isuzu D-Max range, the company also revealed a diverse range of vehicles recently at the virtual 3V Show, including the XTR Colour Edition, a ‘one-of-a-kind’ special edition off-roading vehicle, GO2 and the Isuzu D-Max Tipper Conversion – branded ‘the ultimate work mate’.

Visit www.isuzu.co.uk to find out more


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