Isuzu D-Max Fury 2019

The Isuzu D-Max Fury will be returning for the 2019 model year, Isuzu has confirmed. The previous generation Fury, available with the 2.5-litre diesel unit, was a huge hit for Isuzu UK and it’s hoped the new model, which is competitively priced at £22,499 plus VAT, can replicate that success.

Part of the Fury’s success has been its affordability. While it may lack some of the creature comforts of the Utah or flagship Blade trim (the Fury is based on the mid-spec Yukon), it offers operators a unique proposition; a high-end appearance with base-level affordability.   

Ferocious look

Isuzu D-Max Fury 2019

Isuzu D-Max Fury 2019

The ‘Magma Red’ with black detailing colour-scheme creates a strong road presence, which is complemented by the 18-inch dark grey alloy wheels and grille with its eye-catching red Isuzu badge. There are also gun-metal side steps, cosmic black door mirrors (which are heated and electrically-adjustable) with integrated side indicator repeaters, black door and tailgate handles, and black Fury exterior decals.

Unique interior

Isuzu D-Max Fury interior

Isuzu D-Max Fury interior

It’s a similar story on the inside with a dark grey cloth upholstery, red overstitching on soft pad armrests and steering wheel and Fury-branded carpet mats. For an additional £1,000 plus VAT, customers can opt for an exclusive black and red upholstery with ‘Fury’ stitched into the seat backs.

Standard features include manual air conditioning, reversing camera, front and rear LED lights, while infotainment is provided by a Pioneer DAB radio system with a 7-inch touchscreen display, steering-wheel mounted controls, CD Player and front and rear USB Ports.

Isuzu D-Max Fury price and availability

As mentioned, the Isuzu D-Max Fury is competitively priced at just £22,499 plus VAT and is available to order now; however, it will not be arriving into UK dealerships until January 2019. The Fury is backed by Isuzu’s well-respected 5-years, 125,000 mile warranty and service intervals are set at 12,000 miles or two years.

Also read, Isuzu D-Max updated for 2019 model year.

Isuzu D-Max Fury 2019

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