Isuzu has confirmed spec details for the latest incarnation of its D-Max pick-up.
The range includes four trim levels – Utility, DL20, DL40, and V-Cross.
Entry-level Utility trim is available with two- or four-wheel drive, and as a single, extended, or double-cab model. Standard equipment includes automatic headlights with high-beam assist, automatic wipers, speed-sensitive power steering, DAB radio, and stop/start, while standard safety features include autonomous emergency braking, traffic sign recognition, intelligent speed limiter, and lane departure warning and prevention.
Further standard systems with double-cab models include rear cross traffic alert, blind spot monitoring, and emergency lane keeping.
Stepping up to DL20 trim – ‘DL’ denotes a standard rear diff lock – adds equipment including heated front seats, rear parking sensors, front fog lights, body-coloured front and rear bumpers, and 18in alloy wheels.
Further equipment with DL40 trim includes LED technology for the headlights, front fog lights, daytime running lights and rear lights, as well as a chrome radiator grille, silver side steps, two-tone alloy wheels, front parking sensors, a reversing camera, keyless entry, an electrically adjustable driver’s seat, and leather upholstery.
There’s also a 7in colour touchscreen with Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity, dual-zone climate control, and keyless entry.
Both the DL20 and DL40 are available with automatic transmission, which comes with adaptive cruise control and lane keep assist.
Further features of range-topping V-Cross trim include ‘gun metal’ exterior detailing, a 9in colour touchscreen with a CD player and eight speakers, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, and automatic headlight levelling.
Range prices for the new D-Max, which has a 1t payload and 3.5t towing capacity, start from £20,999 excluding VAT. It will arrive in UK showrooms in March.