Isuzu D-Max adds to trophy haul | Awards - Car News Dec 2018


16:19 Tuesday 04 Dec 2018

The Isuzu D-Max has added another award to its collection, having been crowned Pick Up of the Year at the 2018 Commercial Fleet Awards 2018.

This year has already seen the D-Max named Pick-Up of The Year at the 2018 WhatVan? Awards, Most Reliable Pick-Up for 2018 by Professional Pick-Up & 4X4 magazine, Best Workhorse Pick-Up for 2018 by Trade Van Driver, Best Pick-Up 2018 by Scottish Field,  Van/Truck Brand of the year 2018 by On The Tools and Pick Up of the Year at the Export and Freight Transport and Logistic Awards 2018.

For its latest accolade, the D-Max shone amongst its competitors for payload, safety, technology, running costs, fuel efficiency, reliability, and aftersales service.  It meets Euro 6 standards without the need for AdBlue, has a 3.5 tonne towing capacity, 1 tonne-plus payload, and comes in single, extended, and double-cab formats in a wide choice of trim levels.

All new D-Max models come with a five-year/125,000-mile warranty package, and 5 years’ roadside assistance.


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