Isuzu D-Max Undergoes a Facelift, Spied in Thailand

Matt Brand
October 6, 2023
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The popular Isuzu D-Max ute is set to receive a series of updates. Recent photos from Kurdistan Automotive Blog showcase the redesigned vehicle with new headlights, a fresh grille, and an updated front bumper.

Introduced to the Australian market towards the end of 2020, the D-Max is about due for an overhaul; considering the standard four-year model update cycle in the automotive industry.

In terms of performance, the current D-Max features the 4JJ3 3.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine, boasting 140kW and 450Nm. Whether this engine will undergo any modifications remains to be seen, as no official information has been released.

The interior technology of the D-Max, which faces stiff competition from models like the Ford Ranger and Volkswagen Amarok, might also be in line for an upgrade, though details are currently scarce.

While the precise launch date for this revamped D-Max in Thailand and Australia is yet to be confirmed, the variety of colours and pre-delivery wraps seen in the leaked images hint at an impending mass production phase.

In the ute sales category in Australia, the D-Max holds a respectable third position, following the Toyota HiLux and Ford Ranger. With sales figures of 4,044 units for the 4x2 model and 17,435 units for the 4x4 version, the D-Max notably outsells the Mazda BT-50.

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