Isuzu D-MAX

Isuzu D-MAX News in Malaysia

  • Geely reiterates Proton's goal to become No.3 in ASEAN, even as Isuzu and Perodua sell 2x more

    When Geely purchased a 49.9 percent stake in Proton from DRB-Hicom in 2017, the Chinese carmaker was upbeat about its goal to become the third largest automotive brand in the Southeast Asian ASEAN trade bloc by 2027. 5 years later, we are now at the midpoint of Geely’s 10-year goal for Proton. To the credit of the new team at Proton, the Malayan Tiger marque is now on a much stronger footing than it ever has since 2013. Proton ended 2022 with 141,432 cars delivered, up 23.3 percent from 2021, bu

    HansHans

    Jan 27, 2023

  • New record sales for Isuzu D-Max in Malaysia in 2022, 79% are 1.9-litre variants

    Isuzu Malaysia ended 2022 with a record-breaking performance, chalking up 9,211 units in sales of the Isuzu D-Max, a few tens shy of doubling the numbers the company achieved in 2021. The stellar performance sets a new record for the company with an all-time high, eclipsing the previous record of 6,480 pick-up trucks sold in 2016. The impressive performance was spurred by the huge interest in the 1.9-litre variants which made up 79% of the total portfolio. 55% of these sales figures come from Pe

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Jan 18, 2023

  • More than 80% of pick-up sales in Thailand in 2022 consist of Isuzu D-Max and Toyota Hilux

    According to Thailand sales data, a total of 388,296 pick-up trucks were sold in 2022 and this accounted for 45.7% of all vehicles sold in the Kingdom. Without a doubt, pick-ups continue to dominate the Thai automotive segment but two models stand up above the rest – the Isuzu D-Max and Toyota Hilux. Combined, both pick-ups control 83% market share with the Isuzu D-Max leading the way for the third year in a row. 175,425 units of the D-Max were sold in 2022 which accounts for 45.56% market share

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Jan 11, 2023

  • Isuzu D-Max is catching up to Triton and Hilux; 7k units sold thus far in 2022, up nearly 2x since last year

    Malaysian sales of the third-generation Isuzu D-Max has been nothing short of a winner for Isuzu, with sales so far in 2022 nearly double what was achieved last year, simultaneously making it their best-selling model since Isuzu Malaysia's inception in 2004. "Last year, sales [of the D-Max] was 4,600 units. This year, at the end of September, we have 7,000. Sales is quite good," remarked Kenkichi Sogo, Isuzu Malaysia's Executive Director. He was speaking at the media briefing of the opening of t

    SanjaySanjay

    Nov 1, 2022

  • Isuzu Malaysia opens new 3S centre in Kepong; 1st to feature new brand identity, 66th showroom nationwide

    Isuzu Malaysia has unveiled its new retail outlet design today following the opening of the Autoexec Corporation 3S Centre in Jinjang, Kepong, earlier today. The 3S centre – sales, service, and spare parts – is also one of the brand's 66 showrooms nationwide. "This new outlet features a strong brand image to reflect the changing outlook of Isuzu's retail business. The modern design elements and improved facilities are designed to ensure customers not only purchase the best products, but also rec

    SanjaySanjay

    Nov 1, 2022

  • Off the runway and into the wilderness, Isuzu D-Max X-Terrain gets ready to take on Borneo Safari

    After showcasing its urban style at this year’s Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week, the Isuzu D-Max X-Terrain is ready to get down and dirty in this year’s Borneo Safari International Off Road Challenge. Three units of the award-winning pick-up trucks are set to perform duties as the official media vehicles. Sabah Four Wheel Drive Association (SFWDA) President Hj Faez Nordin who received the trucks from Isuzu Malaysia’s Marketing Manager Alan Lee thanked Isuzu for their continued support of the week-long

    JerricaJerrica

    Oct 16, 2022

  • Isuzu D-Max maintains its No.1 position ahead of Hilux as Thailand's best-selling truck and car in Sept 2022

    Pick-up trucks are king in Thailand but there can only be one that deserves the crown and for the 9th month in a row, it’s the Isuzu D-Max at the top. 18,457 units of the Isuzu pick-up truck were sold in the Kingdom in September 2022 as it held on to its position as Thailand’s best-selling car and truck of the year so far with 137,033 units. This also translates to a 57.21% market share in the pick-up segment. Meanwhile taking second place for the ninth time in a row is the Toyota Hilux with 10,

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Oct 14, 2022

  • When shopping gets rewarded; Pavilion and Isuzu present D-Max X-Terrain to lucky shopper

    Shopping at the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur shopping mall can be a rewarding experience as Zhang Ying Xuan recently learned after she won a brand-new Isuzu D-Max X-Terrain in the mall’s Tokyo Street 11th Anniversary celebrations Shop & Win contest. Due to the proximity of her workplace that is just within walking-distance to the mall, Zhang has become a regular shopper there and by submitting just five contest entries together with receipts worth over RM300 during the month-long contest, she was drawn

    JerricaJerrica

    Oct 9, 2022

  • More than enough pulling power, 81 percent of Isuzu D-Max sold in Thailand are the 1.9L variants

    The Thais don’t use pick-up trucks the way we Malaysians do. Over there, pick-up trucks are put to hard work, pulling all types of farm produce. So when Isuzu introduced the RZ4E-TC 1.9-litre Blue Power engine for its latest generation D-Max, there were doubts if it can deliver the same pulling power as a 2.8-litre Toyota Hilux. There is no replacement for displacement and yes, it is true that the Isuzu D-Max runs out of puff earlier than the Toyota Hilux. The Isuzu has to make do with only 150

    HansHans

    Sep 2, 2022

  • Owner Review:  The overshadowed workhorse, My 2020 Isuzu D-Max 1.9 4X4

    ** This article is published on WapCar Community, representing the opinion of users. Click the link below to enter the community for car enthusiasts in Malaysia https://forum.wapcar.my/ Basic information of my car: ISUZU DMAX 1.9 4X4 TYPE B (2020) Reasons why I bought this car Working purposes as i need a truck for my business and also can be use as daily driver to take my family out Need a truck that heavy duty that can carry heavy load everday without any problems Need a truck that no so high

    LiangLiang

    Sep 1, 2022

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