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Isuzu D-Max  2023, 2000 miles, £31495 +11
Isuzu D-Max £31,495
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2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 2,000

Diesel

Isuzu D-Max  2022, 7286 miles, £29998 +19
Isuzu D-Max £29,998
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2022

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 7,286

Diesel

Isuzu D-Max  2021, 18550 miles, £26500 +19
Isuzu D-Max £26,500
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2021

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Mileage: 18,550

Diesel

Isuzu D-Max  2022, 24800 miles, £29995 +14
Isuzu D-Max £29,995
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2022

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 24,800

Diesel

Isuzu D-Max  2020, 50000 miles, £23689 +38
Isuzu D-Max £23,689

2020

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Mileage: 50,000

Diesel

Isuzu D-Max  2021, 60407 miles, £29995 +19
Isuzu D-Max £29,995
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2021

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 60,407

Diesel

Isuzu D-Max  2024, 100 miles, £36998 +19
Isuzu D-Max £36,998
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2024

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Mileage: 100

Diesel

Isuzu D-Max  2023, 20160 miles, £31000 +19
Isuzu D-Max £31,000
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2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 20,160

Diesel

Isuzu D-Max  2019, 32289 miles, £24165 +19
Isuzu D-Max £24,165
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2019

Automatic

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Mileage: 32,289

Diesel

Isuzu D-Max  2023, 15 miles, £33498
Isuzu D-Max £33,498
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2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 15

Diesel

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Why buy a used Isuzu D-Max with Exchange and Mart?

Mazda no longer sells a pick-up truck in the UK but that Japanese maker has had quite a hand in this one, the third generation version of the Isuzu D-Max. It's the first time these two brands have collaborated together and the partnership seems to make a lot of sense. Isuzu can deliver the rough, tough practical design that pick-up folk need; Mazda can imbue that product with the smarter, more car-like cabin and better tarmac drive dynamics that most of them want. This 'RG'-series model first went on sales in Thailand (where it's built) back in October 2019, but sales didn't really get underway in our market until 2021, two years on from which Isuzu treated this model to a light facelift, creating the version we're going to look at here.

About the Isuzu D-Max

You'll probably have preconceptions about the Isuzu D-Max. Possibly positive ones if you're a farmer or commercial user who needs something tough, rough and ready and have tried a D-Max in the past. By and large though, previous versions of this Isuzu have never had the polish - primarily in ritzy looks, cabin design and tarmac drive quality - to appeal to the broadest spectrum of the pick-up market. But this rejuvenated 'RG'-series D-Max just might. It's now got a good deal more pavement presence and though the interior and the paved surface drive dynamics still aren't quite on a par with its Ford Ranger or Toyota Hilux arch-rivals, the gap in these two areas has now closed considerably. To the point where you might really want this Isuzu, because it now has attributes its rivals simply can't match. Primarily, class-leading safety levels that set a new standard for the pick-up segment. This D-Max is also better off road than a Ranger and can ford deeper water than a Hilux. It's not quite as cheap as the other segment contender, SsangYong's Musso, but it's a much higher quality product that'll save you plenty over the prices Ford and Toyota want to charge.

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