About Isuzu UTE

Power your way towards the deepest corners of the bush in an all-new Isuzu D-MAX and MU-X. The two latest offerings from Australia’s favourite automaker deliver stunning exterior designs with the power and reliability to back them up. Discover what makes Isuzu the future of Australian utes and SUVs.

With roots tracing as far back as 1916, Isuzu emerged from the merger of a Tokyo shipbuilder and an energy company. The popularity of Isuzu trucks later spread to Australia, where General Motors-Holden first introduced the Isuzu in 1972.

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Isuzu UTE facts

Today, Isuzu trucks represent the perfect blend of style, performance, comfort, and utility. With over 26 million diesel engines sold and a network of over 150 dealership locations in Australia, Isuzu has entrenched itself as the preferred brand of rugged, sporty vehicles that can take whatever the outback throws at them.

The versatile Isuzu D-MAX and the roomy, 7-seater MU-X both offer power and performance that drivers can depend on, even while going over rough terrain in extreme weather conditions.

With 3-litre turbo-diesel engines, the latest Isuzu trucks produce 140 kW of power, 450 nm of torque, and towing up to 3.5T. That’s enough muscle to get the job done on the road and in the bush.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Is Isuzu owned by Toyota?

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  • What varieties of the Isuzu D-MAX can you get?

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  • What are the Isuzu safety features?

  • What about Isuzu warranties, roadside assistance, and capped pricing?

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