Isuzu D-Max: Reasons Why You Need This Pickup Truck

Isuzu D-Max was offered by Isuzu in the year 2002. The D-max pickup truck shares the same platform with the other vehicles from General Motors such as the Chevrolet Colorado, Isuzu i-Series, and GMC Canyon in United States.

Chevrolet Colorado is considered as the rebadged version of D-Max in Thailand and Middle East. However, it is not identical to the American version of Chevy Colorado. The actual D-max is sold along with the regular Chevy Colorado in the Thai market.

D-Max was marketed as the Rodeo during 2003 to 2008 in Asian and Australian markets. Isuzu D-max was reintroduced in Australia during 2008, alongside Holden offering. In UK, D-Max was offered as Isuzu Rodeo.

Till 2005, there were several special D-Max editions, and all the models were very much unique. It’s mainly popular in Thai markets as a pickup truck used for transporting goods, and even for hauling cargo on regular basis.

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