The Isuzu D-Max Blade offers all the features a range-topping pick-up should, and then some. Keyless entry with push-button start, heated front seats, leather upholstery, satellite navigation and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto make up but a few of the useful features the Blade offers. This model also comes as standard with your choice of an Aeroklas canopy or black roller cover with rear sports bar, and stands out with Bi-Xenon HID headlights, roof bars, side steps and 18” alloy wheels. The Double Cab offers luxury accommodation for five, and the 1.9-litre turbo-diesel engine will return up to 40.4mpg combined.
The Isuzu D-Max Blade stands out as the range-topping D-Max, with Bi-Xenon HID headlights and an Aeroklas canopy or roller cover. 18” alloy wheels give it a muscular stance, while inside premium leather upholstery brings luxury to every day journeys.
Push a button to start the engine, and set off with the reassurance of a driver-selectable 4WD system to back you up. Cruise control takes the edge off long journeys, and you have a choice of a manual or automatic gearbox.
The Isuzu D-Max Blade’s Double Cab offers accommodation for five people, whilst maintaining a generously-sized load bed for all your equipment. This model has a 3,500kg towing capacity, and a huge 1,196kg payload capacity for getting your work done.
Living with it
With a variety of features that make life easier, including a 9” touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, the D-Max Blade is easy to live with. It’s efficient too, returning up to 40.4mpg combined with 183 g/km CO2 emissions.
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