New engine, chassis, suspension, tech and interior. Isuzu’s new ute threatens to jump from dunce to dux in one fell swoop.Read the full review
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As more Australians hit the road to discover our vast backyard, it pays to keep your cool and be well prepared.
In base specification and with only two-wheel drive, does Isuzu's new ute still maintain its appeal?
Although the X-Terrain has the accolades, there is plenty going for this lower-middle specification D-Max. However, there is one big problem...
It may not be the flagship model, but the Isuzu D-Max LS-U offers most of the must-have equipment with a more traditional styling package.
Will Isuzu's revamped D-Max take control of the hard-working two-wheel-drive ute segment? We think it just might.
New engine, chassis, suspension, tech and interior. Isuzu’s new ute threatens to jump from dunce to dux in one fell swoop.
We take a final look at one of Australia's mainstay utes before the door hits it on the way out.
This ute is the opposite of Jason Gillespie: it's all business at the back.
During part one of our trip to Tasmania's wild west with Isuzu and its I-Venture Club, we discovered some of the more picturesque parts of the Apple Isle and learned a little about local history. The next two days would take no prisoners, however. We were to air down and explore the Henty Dunes, and get a little crossed up on the loose sand...
I’m sure of it. Tasmania is the most pretty, untouched, unfettered and most natural part of Australia. In my time, I’ve had the privilege of exploring the more southern areas of the Apple Isle. Now, courtesy of Isuzu and its increasingly popular I-Venture Club, I’ve seen what may be, the most picturesque part of the gem that lies just south of the mainland...
At just over $40,000 drive-away, is this the most pragmatic 4x4 ute on the market?