Isuzu D-Max became the permanent flagship model in company's pick-up range. To celebrate this, Isuzu has released a special edition version called Blade. It was inspired by a version released last year but includes even more styling features and numerous improvements. The 4x4 double cab will be offered in two paint schemes: Cosmic Black and Pearlescent White. You should also mind that the last one is an option and will cost you some additional money.
Long list of versatile enhancements, featuring styling and technology ones, is also attributed to the Blade. New here for instance are the "Shadow" grey front grille and garnish as well as the Cosmic Black door mirror caps, door handles and tailgate handles.
Soft-close tail-gate damper comes as a no-cost option just like the 18-inch "Shadow" alloys mated with 255/60 R18 Pirelli Scorpion Zero tires. There is also an Aeroklas leisure canopy or a Black Mountain Top roller cover with rear style bar. This time this choice won't cost you a thing.
Stepping inside, one encounters heated leather seats and a ‘Shadow' grey headlining. Other exclusive to the Blade model features include side-sill scuff plates, one-off carpet mats and Piano Black accents throughout the interior. For the great experience of the occupants will take care the Pioneer system with eight speakers and 6.1-inch touchscreen navigation system.
At last, we should mention that the vehicle is powered by the 2.5-litre twin-turbo diesel, which is connected to either six-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. The unit generates 163 hp (120 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque. The other strength of the D-Max Blade is its capability of 3.5-tonnes towing capacity.
This special model is currently on sale. There are no details on whether it will have a limited production, but we urge you to hurry up if you like it.