Isuzu may not be a household name in the UK, but it has been around since 1916 when it was founded in Japan. Better known in its home country for commercial vehicles and buses, it first arrived in the UK in 1987 when it began importing the Trooper 4x4. Since 2003 it has only offered a pick-up in the range, firstly the Rodeo and later the D-Max, which it describes as the 'pick-up of professionals'.
Which Isuzu is right for me?
With just one model on sale in the UK - the D-Max - it's more a case of which version of Isuzu's one and only pick-up truck is right for you. The D-Max Utility is the cheapest version and ideal as a practical workhorse while the D-Max Blade comes very well equipped with heated seats, climate control and a touchscreen. The D-Max XTR is the most rugged version with chunky styling and all-terrain tyres.
Tell me something I don’t know about Isuzu
The name Isuzu translates into English as "fifty bells".
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