Isuzu D-Max Arctic


Isuzu D-Max Arctic Truck AT35, 2017, front
Isuzu D-Max Arctic Truck AT35, 2017, side
Isuzu D-Max Arctic Truck AT35, 2017, side, static
Isuzu D-Max Arctic Truck AT35, 2017, display screen
Isuzu D-Max Arctic Truck AT35, 2017, rear
Isuzu D-Max Arctic Truck AT35, 2017, head rests

ISUZU is to launch a new generation of its D-Max Arctic Truck AT35 which will be priced at £37,995 excluding VAT.

The D-Max AT35 is a workhorse vehicle based on the strong and durable D-Max pick-up which is re-engineered by Arctic Trucks, a company with a long history in Iceland and Scandinavia as a creator of 4x4 vehicles able to take on the most demanding terrains and conditions.

It comes equipped with a new 1.9-litre turbo diesel engine producing 164bhp and 360Nm of torque.

Key benefits include a 3.5 tonne towing capacity and a one-tonne payload, as well as meeting Euro 6 emission standards without AdBlue making the truck more refined, quieter and economical than the previous model D-Max.

The new Isuzu D-Max is available as a double cab with a choice of manual or automatic transmission.

The D-Max AT35 is based on the new generation Utah model and will come with a comprehensive list of equipment including keyless entry and push-button start system, a seven-inch multifunction colour touchscreen, DAB radio, Apple CarPlay, Android Audio and satellite navigation.

It also comes with a shark fin antenna and black wheels will be fitted as standard with silver wheels available as an option.

Further Arctic Trucks upgrades have been made to distinguish it from the rest of the D-Max range such as tinted windows, tailgate damper, Arctic Trucks branded embroidered headrests, carpet mats, door still covers and badges on the instrument panel and door panels.

The new model will be available from Isuzu's network of 32 specialist Arctic Trucks dealers in the UK.


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