The new Isuzu D-Max Workman+ will become available in just 125 examples in total, with each truck featuring additional equipment over a standard double cab model and a manual transmission. Isuzu has added features like 18-inch alloy wheels, bed liner, a reversing camera, DAB radio, a tow bar and 13-pin electrics.
The latter makes the truck compatible with trailers equipped with LED lights and owners can choose either an over rail or under rail load liner.
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The exterior of the new Isuzu D-Max Workman+ is defined by the unpainted bumpers, the side steps and the 18-inch alloy wheels. The reversing camera has been mounted under the rear bumper, with the image displayed on the rear-view mirror.
The interior remains basic, with fabric upholstery and a sea of black plastic covering almost everything else – although to be fair, this is intended to be a workhorse and not a lifestyle vehicle of some sort.
Isuzu’s latest special-edition D-Max retains its 3.5-tonne towing rating and comes with a very competitive 125,000-mile/5-year warranty and 5-year roadside assistance in the UK and across Europe.
Power is provided by a 1.9-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel engine, which produces 162hp (164PS) and 265lb-ft (360Nm) of torque. Top speed is 112mph (180km/h).
Customers will get to choose between five colors: Splash White, Titanium Silver Met, Obsidian Grey Mica, Cosmic Black Mica and Sapphire Blue Mica. The new Isuzu D-Max Workman+ demands a premium of £700 ($885) over the standard Utility Double Cab, with prices starting from £21,495 ($27,181) in the UK for professional users.