If you are slightly nostalgic or the new Holden Colorado doesn't quite tickle your fancy - then you're in luck, with Isuzu set to debut its new Ute range based on the next generation Rodeo.

Rodeo returns with new Isuzu D-MAX

Despite the feud which led to the release of the Colorado, with Isuzu owning the rights to the Rodeo namesake in Australia - this new model will instead be known as the D-MAX.

The move follows the establishment of Isuzu UTE Australia Pty Ltd, a new organisation separate from its brand sibling which will import and wholesale the Isuzu D-MAX range to newly-appointed dealers around the country.

 Rodeo returns with new Isuzu D-MAX

The new D-MAX will essentially pick up where the Rodeo left off, with the range including 4x2 and 4x4 variants in pickup and cab/chassis configurations.

CarAdvice will be attending the launch of the new Isuzu D-Max, so expect a first steer and full review over the coming weeks.