Isuzu D-Max’s UK warranty now covers five years or 120,000 miles

Article by Anita Panait, on May 23, 2012

The new Isuzu D-Max pick-up in the United Kingdom will now be covered by special warranty of five years or 120,000 miles, whichever comes first, Isuzu has disclosed. The one-of-a-kind warranty is comprised of a standard 36-month/60,000-mile manufacturer's warranty and an extended warrant courtesy of the importer, Isuzu UK.

William Brown, General Manager for Isuzu UK, remarked that the special warranty offered for the new Isuzu D-Max will give its buyers a peace of mind longer than any other pick-up in the country. Brown said the special warranty is intended to showcase Isuzu’s capacity to make rugged, durable pick-ups.

The company is expecting a bumper year for the sales of the Isuzu D-Max, especially after receiving more than 7,500 expressions of interest for the all-new pick up even before its UK rollout in early July. Buyers could choose from four Isuzu D-Max specification levels and three cab configurations: extended cab, single cab and double cab.  A buyer could avail of the single cab 4x2 derivative for just a Commercial Vehicle on the Road Price of £14,499.

A buyer could also opt for the top-of-the-range ‘Utah' specification double cab automatic at £21,499 (CVOTR). An entry-level Isuzu D-Max features standard equipment that includes air conditioning, electric windows and front, side and curtain airbags, and daytime running lights.

The Isuzu D-Max is powered by a Euro5-compliant 2.5-litre twin-turbo common rail diesel engine that provides up to 163 PS of output, 400 Nm of torque and1400 rpm. Buyers could avail of two gearbox options: six-speed manual or five-speed automatic.

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