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2021 Isuzu D-Max recalled for seatbelt fault
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21st Dec 2020
1 min read

2021 Isuzu D-Max recalled for seatbelt fault

Isuzu Ute Australia has issued a recall of 690 examples of its new 2021 D-Max dual-cab ute due to a seatbelt fault. The recall notice, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), says the rear seat seatbelt pretensioner locking tab may be defective and will not tension properly.
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Rob Margeit
Total recall: Every car recall issued in Australia in 2020 so far – UPDATE
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15th Dec 2020
5 min read

Total recall: Every car recall issued in Australia in 2020 so far – UPDATE

Let’s get one thing out of the way early – taking care of your car’s recall notice is an easy thing to let slide. Despite the urgency of the manufacturers and their sincere warnings about all the awful things that can go wrong if you ignore it, we’re all guilty of occasionally letting a recall service fall down the to-do list. Hot tip: Don’t let that happen. Recalls are issued for a reason and not fulfilling them could see drivers and passengers injured or killed.
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Susannah Guthrie
2021 Isuzu MU-X Onyx Edition price and specs
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12th Oct 2020
2 min read

2021 Isuzu MU-X Onyx Edition price and specs

The 2021 Isuzu MU-X Onyx Edition has been announced, delivering new tech, greater value, and enhanced style as the current MU-X range, which debuted in 2013, enters its run-out phase. Based on the range-topping LS-T, Isuzu's Onyx Edition gains a 6.8-inch infotainment system (in place of the regular LS-T's 8.0-inch unit) with satellite navigation, and newly added features like digital radio, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability.
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Ben Zachariah
2021 Mazda BT-50 v Isuzu D-Max: Price and equipment differences
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22nd Sep 2020
4 min read

2021 Mazda BT-50 v Isuzu D-Max: Price and equipment differences

The 2021 Mazda BT-50 and Isuzu D-Max are twins under the skin, made on the same production line and – presumably – cost the same to build. But as we discovered, manufacturing cost has little to do with how car companies set prices – and there are numerous examples that defy logic. For example, on these ute twins Mazda charges a $2500 premium for automatic transmission versus a manual; Isuzu charges $2000.
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Joshua Dowling