New Isuzu D-Max with a grown cabin tested on the roads of SwedenSeptember 3, 2019
The third-generation Japanese Isuzu D-Max pickup truck flashes less often than I would like on spy shots. On the eve of the foreign media appeared photos of new items made during road tests in Sweden.
At one time in the winter tests, we saw a four-door version of the D-Max pickup truck with a double cab. Now, in the same Sweden, a more practical version of the car with a two-door extended cab is being tested. Such a pickup also relies on a “grown up” loading platform. Behind the seats there is a special bench, which allows such a pickup to perfectly cope with the role of a kind of compromise between the two-seater version and the five-seater. With the new dimensions, the Isuzu D-Max looks more harmonious.
In terms of appearance, the novelty receives modified bumpers, redesigned optics, as well as an enlarged radiator grille, which camouflage still hinders to see in detail. Inside the car, experts expect to see better materials and new technologies.
The next-generation D-Max engine range for the Europa is likely to include the 1.9-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel, which debuted in 2017. The current pickup is equipped with a 163-horsepower engine, combined with a manual or automatic gearbox on six steps and an all-wheel drive system. But for the markets of Asia, South Africa and Australia, the manufacturer will prepare a three-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel with a new return. Introduce the next generation Isuzu D-Max is promised this year, but the novelty will reach the assembly line in the 2020th.
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