Pick-up trucks are known as the most utilized vehicles. So, Isuzu has succeeded in positioning D-Max V-Cross as a lifestyle vehicle. The company has provided a mid-life refresh and raises the results of premiums with smaller features and touches, which all go well with their lifestyle images.
What's interesting is that this truck is now available with two engine transmission options, like a 2.5-liter diesel engine that is familiar with a 5-speed manual gearbox, and a new 1.9-liter diesel engine is monitored with an automatic 6-speed. You can know more about the all-new D-Max Ute available for sale at http://www.parramattaisuzuute.com.au.
Now there are three variants to choose from, standard, height (Z), and height + (z prestige). Of these, the 'z prestige' variant topping exclusively gets a new 1.9-liter diesel engine mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission, and this new variant we will focus on. Isuzu V-Cross is a pick-up ladder-frame truck equipped with a four-wheel drive.
Some car commandos are very much noticed as this very large pick-up truck, the tower top hatchback, sedan, and modern compact SUV plants, and with a longer length of the Mercedes S-Class, Isuzu D-max V-Cross is only massive in terms of dimensions. With a facelift, he got a new bi-beam led headlamp with DRLS, a large chrome grill, and some chrome inserts around the fog lights.
While Isuzu now sits on a bigger 18-inch alloy, still hasn't hidden the big gap in the wheel arch. Other new bits on the side include a new step and there is a shark fin antenna on the roof. Behind, the taillights get some LED elements, and the cargo gate is slapped with several badges, the Isuzu massive letters, and chunky bumpers, making the back look too busy.