The Isuzu D-Max is known for taking celebrities out of their comfort zone into the extreme environment of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Now, this hardworking pick-up gets its own luxury upgrade with the D-Max Utah Luxe double cab.
It will be limited to a volume of 75 vehicles in total and will be available in a manual and automatic transmission; and, in colour choices that sound just as alluring: Splash White, Titanium Silver and Cosmic Black Mica.
Other touches include 18-inch Diamond Cut alloy wheels, bonnet protector and front bumper guard offer a stylish dynamic to the vehicle. The inclusion of the pro-lift tailgate assist reduces tailgate weight by 95% for easier and safer opening.
The sophisticated Utah Luxe look, is not just for getting celebrities in and out of jungles, this new upgrade only enhances the Isuzu’s tough, strong and built to go the distance credentials as a commercial vehicle. The professionals agree, by crowning it ‘Pick Up of The Year’ at the 2018 WhatVan? Awards, ‘Most Reliable Pickup’ for 2018 by Professional Pickup & 4X4 magazine, ‘Best Workhorse Pickup’ for 2018 by Trade Van Driver and ‘Best Pickup 2018’ by Scottish Field.
Knowing it is a pick-up already popular within the building and construction industry, the Isuzu has begun a new partnership with the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). The FMB’s strict membership criteria gives consumers confidence when they are looking to use a builder. Naturally, Isuzu is very proud to become a commercial partner of the FMB.
Pricing for the new Utah Luxe double cab manual is only £26,159 CV OTR (Exc. VAT) and £27,159 CV OTR for the automatic, offering a considerable number of upgrades for only £1000 over the standard Utah double cab CV OTR (Exc. VAT) price.
At FCS Vehicle Solutions, we have pre-registration Isuzu D-Max options, ready to add to your fleet. FCS Vehicle Solutions account manager, James Wilson says: “We are best placed to discuss pick-ups with professionals, aiming to meet our customers every individual need as fleet cars is all we do, not passenger cars.”