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  • 2017 Isuzu D-Max Arctic Edition

    2017 Isuzu D-Max Arctic Edition


    2017 Isuzu D-Max Arctic Edition

    Upgraded Fox Shocks
    Wide Arch Kit
    Big Wheels

    Service History
    1 Previous Owner, Company Car
    202,000 Miles
    – Just had a steering rack and anti roll bars fitted

    The Isuzu D-Max AT35 is a real guilty pleasure. It’s a unique vehicle that’s designed for off-roading, but we can see how the Arctic Trucks upgrades will appeal to high-end pick-up truck and 4×4 buyers who want to get noticed. Its mini monster truck looks are certainly appealing, but you’re unlikely to need its added off-road ability the vast majority of the time, while the larger proportions make it a liability if you’re going to use it to cruise the King’s Road. The bigger tyres do help improve the standard D-Max’s ride a little, but in every other way the AT35 is an expensive trinket that will cost more to run than a standard D-Max, yet it can’t match the quality of any other rivals at its £45k price point. Having said that, it’s also a lot of fun, and we can definitely see its appeal.

    The Isuzu D-Max is a staple of the pick-up truck scene. While rivals such as the VW Amarok and new Mercedes X-Class aim to give SUV-style luxury to the sector, the D-Max is a more utilitarian choice. It was given an update in 2017 with slightly different looks and a new, downsized and more efficient 1.9-litre diesel engine, but the model range stayed the same. As a result, there are a variety of trims on offer that go from the basic to the well-specced. Now Isuzu has introduced the latest version of its flagship, the AT35 Arctic Trucks.