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Isuzu D-Max gets five-year warranty

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    The warranty is bumper to bumper and does not just cover the Isuzu powertrain.

Isuzu has announced a five-year warranty for its all-new D-Max ute.

Available on all new models in the D-Max range, the five-year/130,000 km warranty will be applied to all retail and fleet customer categories, but excludes rental and government fleet purchases.

The D-Max was previously offered with a three year, 100,000km warranty. The warranty is bumper to bumper and does not just cover the Isuzu powertrain.

The Roadside Assistance program has also extended to five years and remains in line with warranty. It is also fully transferrable with change of ownership during warranty period. Genuine Isuzu D-Max accessories are not included in the five year warranty and are subject to normal warranty conditions.

D-Max ute is powered exclusively by a new 3.0-litre turbo common rail diesel engine that generates 130kW of power and 380Nm of torque from 1800rpm. It's priced from $27,200 for the 4x2 single cab-chassis topping out at $51,700 for the 4x4 Hi-Ride crew cab automatic.

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  • Yeah the engine that is renown for reliability and strength. Some how I can see that being a drama.

    Jason of Melb Posted on 27 January 2013 9:26am
  • It's going to need it. Old engine being asked to do a lot more work.

    Mike of adelaide Posted on 24 January 2013 4:39pm

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