An updated version of the Isuzu D-Max ute has been revealed for the Thai market, with most of the changes expected to filter through to the international D-Max range.
Externally, the D-Max wears a bolder new grille design, redesigned headlights including LED DRLs, a new front bumper and bonnet, and new alloy wheel designs.
Other changes are more subtle, with the interior remaining largely as-is, with the exception of a new 8.0 inch Isuzu World Connect infotainment system allowing additional smart phone connection functions.
Under the bonnet, a new 1.9 litre engine debuts, taking the place of the previous 2.5 litre engine offered overseas, and offering 110kW and 350Nm of torque.
The larger 3.0 litre turbo diesel, as found in Australian-delivered D-Max utes remains, with outputs staying at 130kW and 380Nm.
New six-speed automatic and manual transmissions also make up part of the updated D-Max’s equipment, although at this stage it is unclear which engine they’ll be paired with.
There's no word yet on when we can expect the updated model to reach Australia, or the extent of the changes when it arrives.
Brochure images courtesy of GPM 4WD
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