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Isuzu UTE Australia launched in 2008 distributing the Isuzu D-MAX Ute and in 2013 introduced the 7-seat Isuzu MU-X SUV based on the same platform. The Isuzu D-MAX and MU-X are available in 4x4 and 4x2 models, and are built on Isuzu’s 3.0 litre turbo diesel engine with 430Nm of torque and a 6-speed transmission.

Isuzu Reviews

Tested: ARB Zero 36-litre portable fridge freezer

As more Australians hit the road to discover our vast backyard, it pays to keep your cool and be well prepared.

Cars you didn't know you want: 1997 Isuzu VehiCross

The Isuzu VehiCross looks like it’s been lifted straight out of the pages of a Japanese comic book. There’s a fantastical quality to its design, far ahead of its time. It wouldn’t look too out of place in new car showrooms today but when you consider it was launched way back in 1997, its futuristic design becomes all the more remarkable...

2021 Isuzu D-Max SX 4x2 review

In base specification and with only two-wheel drive, does Isuzu's new ute still maintain its appeal?

2021 Isuzu D-Max LS-M review

Although the X-Terrain has the accolades, there is plenty going for this lower-middle specification D-Max. However, there is one big problem...

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Isuzu Videos

Video: 2021 4X4 Dual Cab Ute Off-Road Mega Test

We know how they perform on the black top but, which dual cab performs best when the going gets rough? Let's find out!

Video: Mazda BT-50 v Isuzu D-Max off-road comparison

We challenge the twins under the skin with a steep and slippery hill climb.

Video: Four-wheel-drive ute mega test: Tub comparison

Loadspace is arguably the most crucial part of a ute’s definition. While their base function is still the same, there are a lot of different feature these days that can set them apart. From bare bones, all the way to electric roller covers, let's see what's available to you.

Video: Isuzu D-Max Old vs New

Isuzu has an all-new D-Max, which has proven to be quite a favourite of the CarAdvice team, but exactly how much better is it than the old model?

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Isuzu Comparisons

2021 4x4 Ute Off-road mega test

You can see it in the traffic. Four-wheel-drive utes are more popular than ever, and account for almost one in five (17.5 per cent) of all new vehicle sales in Australia based on sales data from January to April 2021. Indeed, between the Ford Ranger and Toyota HiLux, four-wheel-drive double cab utes have been the top-selling vehicles outright for the past five years in a row, and are well on the way to notching up a sixth...

2021 Mazda BT-50 v Isuzu D-Max comparison

There’s not a lot to separate these mechanical twins under the skin, but that didn’t stop us from heading out into the bush to find out.

Four-wheel-drive ute mega test: Tub comparison

There's plenty of variety at the business end of the four-wheel-drive ute segment these days. We run through them from top to bottom.

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Isuzu News

2022 Isuzu MU-X: Our wish list of extra features for the first update, or sooner

The 2022 Isuzu MU-X is due in showrooms next month and the first all-new model in eight years has had a major makeover. However as with all new cars, there is always room for improvement to keep pace with the competition. Here is our wish list for the first update, or as running changes...

Isuzu D-Max ute and MU-X 4WD could get hybrid option, more power

Isuzu Ute Australia says it is considering a more powerful Isuzu D-Max ute and Isuzu MU-X four-wheel-drive – as well as the option of hybrid technology in the future. Executives for the company said while it was too soon to disclose any technical details or likely arrival timing, they indicated Isuzu is investigating the addition of a more powerful flagship in the D-Max ute range – and hybrid tech for the MU-X four-wheel-drive...

2022 Isuzu MU-X price and specs: Drive-away prices rise by between $9000 and $15,000

Drive-away prices for the 2022 Isuzu MU-X are poised to rise by between $9000 and $15,000, marking the single biggest round of price increases in the 10-year history of the brand in Australia. While recommended retail prices have risen by between $3700 and $10,800 from a year ago – and by between $2700 and $9800 in the lead-up to the new model arriving – these prices are before on-road costs are calculated, which typically add at least $3000 in stamp duty, registration, and dealer delivery fees...

2022 Isuzu MU-X: Four-wheel-drive technology in detail

The 2022 Isuzu MU-X promises to be more capable off-road than its predecessor, with plenty of technology – and extra mechanical ability – that will likely give it a leg-up in the four-wheel-drive world. As with the previous generation Isuzu MU-X, this new model is destined to be a favourite for those who want to do some four-wheel driving, camping, and caravanning...

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Isuzu Owner Reviews

2017 Isuzu MU-X LS-U (4x4) review

Buying the Isuzu MU-X has been the best decision ever. We upgraded from a 2007 Honda CR-V. Being a diesel mechanic and previously working for an Isuzu ute dealership in a coastal town, I always wanted to buy one. The main reason for buying the Isuzu MU-X was the known reliability of the 3.0-litre TD, and the vehicle is practical from front to back...

2014 Isuzu D-Max LS-M Hi-Ride (4x4) review

It was purchased in February 2015. The only warranty problem was a leaking rear brake light seal into the cabin behind the rear seat. Excellent sales but mediocre service department at the place it was purchased from. I changed dealerships after 70,000km and the warranty was accepted and repaired with no fuss...

2015 Isuzu D-MAX LS-U Hi-Ride (4x4) review

I've owned my D-Max for just over a year. Since buying it I've added a snorkel, bullbar, winch, rear recovery bar, oil catch can, and LED driving lights. I find it comfortable, quiet in the cabin, and economical. The transmission and clutch feel light and solid at the same time.  The two glove boxes are handy with an extra 12volt outlet...

2014 Isuzu D-MAX LS-Terrain High-Ride (4x4) Review

The ride is very comfy and stable, plus with the rack-and-pinion steering, the turning circle is just like driving a car. With the standard tyres from the factory, I have only needed to replace them recently, after having traveled over 65,000km. The 5-speed automatic is excellent in towing...

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