Some Hard To Ignore Features Of The All-New Isuzu Ute
Isuzu has unveiled the all-new D-Max Ute. The new D-Max is longer than the current model in India, but it is also shorter overall. It is also lighter. According to Isuzu, the body shell has been upgraded to meet safety standards for the Thai market. They also added safety features such as blind spot monitoring and cross-traffic alerts.
The all-new Isuzu pickup retains its rugged off-road-ready appearance, but has bi-LED projectors headlights and LED tail-lights. There is also an integrated rear bumper, new bumper creases that house turn indicators, fog lamps, and a new radiator grille. New-design alloy wheels are also available.
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The new D-Max's cabin is very different. It features a 9.0-inch infotainment screen that includes navigation, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. The current model's circular climate control system is gone. The all-new pickup features a dual-zone climate system, which can be operated by buttons below. The speedo and tacho dials can be viewed between the digital MID.
Isuzu offers two engine options under the bonnet. A 1.9-litre diesel It is rated at the same 150hp, 350Nm torque and is also available with a 3.0-litre diesel engine that produces 190hp. There are two gearbox options: a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed auto, and both four-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive options.
The new D-Max sets a new standard in Ute safety with a comprehensive suite of active safety features, including Autonomous Emergency Braking and Forward Collison Warnings, Lane Support System, Lane Departure Warnings, Blind-Spot Monitors, and Rear Cross-Traffic Alerts.
These safety features come in addition to the full range of airbags, including a segment-first front seat center airbag that protects front occupants from side impacts.