The Isuzu D-Max Workman + is the new trim level designed for the agricultural and trade end of the market. Based on the base ‘Utility’ trim, the Workman + adds extra functionality and enhanced styling features and is limited to just 125 models.
Isuzu D-Max Workman + features
Workman models inherit as the basic features of the Utility model, including LED daytime running lights, rear fog lights, heated door mirrors, heated rear window, electric windows, remote control central-locking, air conditioning and trailer sway control.
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However, Workman models also receive a tow bar (with 13-pin connection and compatible with newer trailers with LED lights), 18-inch alloy wheels, full-size spare alloy wheel, side steps, a reversing camera (displayed in the rear-view mirror) and an upgraded DAB radio with Bluetooth and USB sockets.
There is also a rear loadbed liner included as standard and this is can be fitted under or above the rail, which avoids the scratching of the paintwork for those that regularly load from the side or from the back with the tailgate up.
We’ll be testing the new model soon but, from the pictures at least, it’s a much more attractive package than the standard Utility thanks to the side steps and alloy wheels while, at the same time, increasing the practicality through the tow bar, loadbed liner and reversing camera.
Isuzu D-Max Workman + price and availability
The Workman is available in Splash White, Titanium Silver Met, Obsidian Grey Mica plus the newly-launched and premium Cosmic Black Mica and Sapphire Blue Mica colours. Priced at £21,495 plus VAT, the Workman is just a £700 premium on the much more basic Utility double-cab – representing great value for money and is available to order now.
As with all D-Max’s, it is covered by Isuzu’s respectable 125,000-mile or five-year warranty. In our Pickup Reliability Survey of almost 500 UK-based pickup truck operators, the Isuzu D-Max emerged as the overall winner.
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