Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Looks Like We'll Have to Wait a Bit Longer for the All-New Isuzu D-Max


Isuzu has just started exports of the all-new D-Max last September 1, 2020. Sadly, the first market to receive the full model change won’t be the Philippines. It’ll be Australia.

This piece of news comes has Isuzu Motors International Operations in Thailand (IMIT) celebrates a milestone of 2.1 million vehicles sold. Isuzu Motors Japan holds a 70 percent stake in IMIT, and the D-Max—the first full model change in 8 years—will be sold in over 100 countries and regions.

After Australia, Isuzu says it will export the all-new D-Max to Europe.

The D-Max has remained the top-ranking brand in Thailand, and the awards it has received include the 2019 Most Popular Pick-up Truck, Best Fuel Saving Pick-up Truck, Best Life Style Pick-up Truck, and more.

As part of their Strengthen LCV business mid-term plan, Isuzu will take the commencement of this export business as an opportunity to provide products that fulfills the diverse needs of its customers around the world, and advance its brand presence and sales growth.

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