Used Isuzu D-Max Cars For Sale
Isuzu’s D-Max range is marketed as 'the best pick up truck in the UK’. Capable of handling tough off-road conditions and heavy loads, the D-Max is a versatile vehicle, suitable for a range of drivers. If you think you would benefit from a rugged and hard-wearing Isuzu D-Max, then take a look at the available used models from our network of 2,500 trusted dealers.
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Cash Price £10,000.00 Deposit £1,000.00 Total Amount of Credit £9,000.00. 59 Payments of £209.89, with a Final Payment of £210.89, which includes an Optional Option to Purchase Fee of £1.00. Duration of Agreement is 60 Months. Total Amount Payable is £12,594.40. Total Cost of Credit £3,594.40. Annual Fixed Interest Rate of 5.19%. Representative APR 9.90%.
How Much is an Isuzu D-Max?
Isuzu’s entry-level Utility range for the D-Max is priced from £17,414 to £21,314 new. Of course, higher trim levels will set you back more, with the top-spec Blade model costing from £28,494. For used models, you can expect to pay upwards of £8,400.
What Insurance Group is the Isuzu D-Max in?
The Isuzu D-Max is quite an expensive vehicle to insure, but matches other pickup trucks quite closely. D-Max models sit in groups 39 and 40, compared to groups 36 to 38 for its competitor, the Nissan Navara.
What's the Isuzu D-Max’s Engine Size?
It might be somewhat unsurprising, but the D-Max is solely available as a diesel. Its engine is a 163bhp 1.9L turbodiesel which provides good pulling power for even the heaviest loads.
What's the Isuzu D-Max's Fuel Economy Like?
Equipped with a manual gearbox, the Isuzu D-Max can return a claimed 45.6mpg, though this figure will be limited if you're carrying heavy cargo. CO2 emissions stand at 163g/km, or 183g/km for four-wheel drive models.
What's the Isuzu D-Max's Road Tax?
As a light commercial vehicle, the tax payments for the Isuzu D-Max are fixed and not based on CO2 emissions. The D-Max has a flat-rate for road tax at £260 annually.