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Since the third-generation Isuzu D-Max made its world debut in Thailand back in 2019, the pick-up truck has been topping the Kingdom’s best-selling chart which it took over from the Toyota Hilux. 4 years later, the D-Max has been given a more aggressive facelift with some improvements on the safety front. In Thailand, the updated D-Max is available with around 30 variants across 5 distinct body styles which are priced between THB 540,000 to THB 1,264,000 (~RM 69k-161k). This is clearly the most
Man and power tools cannot be separated, in the same line as Taylor Swift and songs about ex-boyfriends or on a more relatable note, Alfa Romeos and unreliability. If you’re wondering why that is, there’s a simple reason behind it and what led to the Isuzu D-Max 1.9L 4x2. Let’s hark back to the times of Neanderthals and the first rudimentary tools created. It was an expression of a man’s potential. Generally, as the tools evolved into more complicated variants, the potential expounded as well. E
Thailand’s best-selling car of 2023 so far, the Isuzu D-Max is looking to receive a facelift in the Kingdom around this month. However, it seems that Thai social media have leaked photos of the updated D-Max before its official unveiling. The photos were uploaded into a private Thai Isuzu D-Max Facebook group while Autolife Thailand reported that the D-Max facelift could be launched on 6 October. Based on the photos, the updated D-Max could sport a redesigned front bumper with the front fog ligh
Pahang has proven to be Isuzu truck's strongest market with a solid 72 percent market share and accordingly, the marque has revamped its Isuzu Temerloh 3S centre to better support the needs of its customers in the area. The outlet is operated by Pacific Motor Sdn Bhd and is located strategically along the road leading into the town. It showcases Isuzu Malaysia’s latest corporate identity and goes along with a slew of improvements for sales and aftersales facilities. Chief Executive Officer of Is
Isuzu Malaysia celebrated Malaysia’s 66th year of independence with around 600 Isuzu D-Max owners around the country as part of the Merdeka Convoy 66. The gathering was organised in collaboration with Isuzu dealers that saw D-Max parades held in 29 locations around the country at 9.15 AM on Merdeka morning. It ended up being the largest ever simultaneous parade of Isuzu D-Max pick-ups in the country. The convoy was flagged off at the Isuzu Jinjang dealership in Kuala Lumpur by Chief Operating Of
Isuzu Motors has a high market share in Thailand with its D-Max pick-up giving even the legendary Toyota Hilux a run for its money but with Chinese carmakers taking the lead in electric vehicles (EV) over there, Isuzu is looking to not lose market share by launching an electric pick-up there as soon as 2025, according to a report by Asian Nikkei. Currently, pick-ups account for about half of Isuzu’s global sales and the electric pick-up should help to maintain those numbers or even expand them a