Published on September 28th, 2020 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Happy 15th Birthday Isuzu D-Max In Malaysia
Isuzu D-Max Pickup Truck Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary In Malaysia This 2020
The rich history of Isuzu can be traced back to more than 100 years ago when Isuzu was first established in Japan. Meanwhile, the very first generation of Isuzu D-Max pickup truck was introduced in Malaysia 15 years ago in the year 2005.
Isuzu D-Max has had two generations with multiple facelifts over the 15 years in Malaysia and they have just launched their special limited edition D-Max Stealth last month to commemorate their 15th anniversary in the country.
Isuzu Malaysia would like to thank their customers for being so supportive and their confidence in the brand and product, making D-Max a well-recognized name in the pick-up truck segment.
Isuzu in Malaysia is now celebrating the D-Max existence in Malaysia for 15 years and as a token of appreciation, they are giving out Limited Edition D-Max Jerseys to reward their loyal Isuzu D-Max customers. Check out their 15th Anniversary Website for more details.
Did you know? Isuzu is named after the Isuzu River and is based in Tokyo with factories all over the world. General Motors is a current shareholder of Isuzu and owns 34 per cent of Isuzu Motors, this has influenced how Isuzu does business. Isuzu is a very different kind of auto manufacturer as its reputation has been built around high quality and dependable commercial vehicles and its globally respected diesel engines. Isuzu diesel engines are used by a number of other auto manufacturer like Opel, Vauxhall, Toyota and also Land Rover.
So, apart from the many urban cowboys, weekend fishing enthusiasts and the occasional outdoors, cycling and camping family, the Isuzu D-Max has seen a lot of heavy duty ownership around the country, especially with the Malaysian farming community.
Isuzu D-Max Is The Farmers Choice
Why? Farmers in Malaysia have families and sometimes they need a vehicle that is both a rugged workhorse as well as a family vehicle.
Who? Plantation managers have relied on the tough and reliable nature of the D-Max to go deep into plantation trails without worrying about breakdown or issues, day after day.
When? Today, yesterday and even tomorrow, there is no better vehicle at this price to tackle the needs of farmers and plantation owners in Malaysia.
Which? It has a rugged chassis that can carry payloads up to 1130kg. Single cab has a load bed length of 2305mm and the double cab has a load bed length of 1552mm. So, delivering cabbage to the market for farmers is possible. Plantation managers can bring machine parts without issue to the benefit of its generous 225mm ground clearance.
How? Surprised on how versatile this pickup truck is? Well as a family vehicle outside of the farm, it is capable of transporting 5 persons to a dinner venue or taking a city holiday.
Where? Going the distance whilst sipping diesel fuel. This is the trump card of the latest version of the Isuzu D-Max 1.9L Bluepower. It continues to be the most frugal vehicle in its class year after year, model after model.