Welcome to the Isuzu D-Max 2018 homepage, where you can find all the latest reviews and information about the Isuzu pickup. The Isuzu D-Max 2018 is respected by pickup truck operators for many aspects; its build quality, reliability, range of conversions, residual values and dealer backup.
1st in the Pickup Truck Reliability Survey (see full survey)
5th in the Best Selling Pickup Trucks UK (see full list)
Introduced: 2012 (latest update 2017)
Built: Samrong-Samutprakan, Thailand
Trim levels: Utility, Eiger, Yukon, Utah and Blade
Variants: Single, extended and double cab.
Isuzu D-Max 2018 reviews
Isuzu D-Max 2018 technical information
Payload range: 1,099kg to 1,282kg
Towing capacity: 2.5 tonnes (4×2) to 3.5 tonnes (4×4)
Load bed length: 2,305mm (single), 1,795mm (extended) and 1,485mm (double)
Load bed width: 1,530mm
Engine: Isuzu RZ4E-TC 1,898cc unit
Performance: 164hp at 3,600rpm and 360Nm and 2,000rpm
Transmission: 6 speed manual or 6 speed automatic
Isuzu’s history in the UK traces right back to the 1980’s with the Isuzu Trooper. Their first pickup, the Faster, was introduced not too long afterwards however, it wasn’t until the Isuzu Rodeo was introduced in 2002 that sales of Isuzu’s pickups started to accelerate in the UK.
The Isuzu Rodeo was consistently one of the best-selling pickups the UK, available with a choice of either a 2.5 or 3.0-litre diesel engine.
The all-new Isuzu D-Max broke cover in 2012 and was the second pickup truck in the UK, after the Ford Ranger, to offer a 3.5t towing capacity. Available with just the 2.5-litre engine, the Isuzu D-Max was favoured among the agricultural industries, with many of their dealers being based in rural areas.
A mid-life refreshed model was introduced in 2017, with a downsized 1.9-litre engine and a range of equipment upgrades. The engine is by far the smallest on the market, but Isuzu has altered the gear ratios so that it still pulls remarkably well.