How much is the new Isuzu D-MAX road tax price? Check the latest Isuzu D-MAX road tax cost in Malaysia 2023 with the help of the Isuzu D-MAX road tax calculator. Isuzu D-MAX road tax price is RM 329-RM 2,128.
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