Published on September 14th, 2021 | by Amirul Mukminin


Isuzu D-Max Available With Huntsman Accessory Pack In The UK

The perfect pickup truck for the avid hunter

First introduced in 2017, the Huntsman Accessory Pack is Isuzu’s way of coaxing those who enjoy shooting and hunting to get themselves a D-Max. Now, the Japanese automaker has launched the latest version of the package, which is available exclusively in the UK on all D-Max Double Cab models.

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Priced at £5,825 (RM33,540 approx), the 2021 Huntsman Accessory Pack adds a range of addenda that makes the life of a so called huntsman or countryman a lot easier. These include an Aeroklas E-Tronic commercial canopy in body colour, an aluminium bed draw system that provides easy organization and a rubber floor trays for easier cleaning.

Made of ABS plastic, the canopy has blank sides and comes with tinted rear doors, interior light, brake light and a sliding bulkhead window for ventilation. It can be equipped with roof rails with a load capacity of 80 kg. The bed draw system, meanwhile, features two drawers and two storage compartments which are all lockable.

Thanks to a new tow bar with 13-pins electrics and the existing Sway Detection system fitted on all 4X4 models, the D-Max equipped with the Huntsman Accessory Pack is capable of towing up to 3.5 tonnes.

Finally, for that price, customers will also get 18-inch black alloy wheels shod with all-terrain tyres from Pirelli, side steps, an under rail bed liner kit made of premium grade high density polyethylene, as well as Tailgate Assist and a tailgate locking kit. Unlike before, however, the new Huntsman Accessory Pack doesn’t seem to include a suspension upgrade.

According to Isuzu, the Huntsman Pack can be bought at the same time as purchasing the D-Max, allowing for customers to have the accessory pack fixed onto the vehicle upon receiving it.

All variants of the D-Max in the UK is powered by Isuzu’s renowned 1.9-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel that churns out 162 hp and 360 Nm of torque, with a standard six-speed manual or an optional six-speed automatic transmission, and a choice of two- or four-wheel drive.

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