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2015 Isuzu D-Max Pricing and Specs

Price Guide

The Isuzu D-MAX 2015 prices range from $15,413 for the basic trim level Ute D-Max SX (4X2) to $53,990 for the top of the range Ute D-Max LS-M Hi-Ride (4x4).

The Isuzu D-MAX 2015 is available in Diesel.

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Isuzu D-Max Models SPECS PRICE
EX (4X4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $14,700 – 20,790
LS-M Hi-Ride (4x4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $23,200 – 31,570
LS-M Hi-Ride (4x4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $22,100 – 30,030
LS-Terrain Hi-Ride (4x4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $26,500 – 35,090
LS-Terrain Hi-Ride (4x4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $22,800 – 30,910
LS-U Hi-Ride (4x2) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $17,900 – 24,970
LS-U Hi-Ride (4x2) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $16,900 – 23,540
LS-U Hi-Ride (4x4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $20,900 – 28,380
LS-U Hi-Ride (4x4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $23,800 – 32,340
LS-U Hi-Ride (4x4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $19,400 – 27,060
LS-U Hi-Ride (4x4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $20,800 – 28,270
SX (4X2) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $14,800 – 20,900
SX (4X2) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $15,500 – 21,890
SX (4X2) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $11,300 – 16,610
SX (4X2) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $13,100 – 19,030
SX (4X4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $18,400 – 25,630
SX (4X4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $17,200 – 23,980
SX (4X4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $19,500 – 27,170
SX (4X4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $17,500 – 24,310
SX (4X4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $16,300 – 22,660
SX (4X4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $18,600 – 25,850
SX Hi-Ride (4x2) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $12,800 – 18,590
SX Hi-Ride (4x2) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $16,000 – 22,220
SX Hi-Ride (4x4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $20,300 – 27,610
SX Hi-Ride (4x4) 3.0LDiesel5 speed manual $18,900 – 26,290
X-Runner LE 3.0LDiesel5 speed automatic $26,200 – 34,760

Isuzu D-Max 2015 FAQs

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  • Best dual-cab ute for heavy towing?

    The Ford Ranger is best in the class and just coming up for a facelift and general update and the Isuzu D-Max, which is not as refined for on-road work, gets big ticks for heavy towing.

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  • Mitsubishi Triton 2016 or Isuzu D-Max 2015: Which one should I buy?

    The D-Max is pretty well regarded in the trade for its ability to go the distance, but modern, common-rail diesel technology has shown that a vehicle with fewer kilometres is usually a better bet than one with more. Although they do an amazing job in terms of power, torque, towing and fuel economy, today’s turbo-diesels are pretty highly strung in some ways and really need their maintenance. And the older they get, the more attention they seem to need in terms of new injectors, filters and pumps.

    A D-Max with those kilometres might be ready for a pretty big (and expensive) service, too, so make sure your first trip in it isn’t going to be to a workshop. Ultimately, price, condition and service history should steer your decision as they should in any second-hand vehicle purchase. I’d take a vehicle with 150,000km with a full service history over a 60,000km one with no service records.

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  • Why wont the RPM of my 2015 Isuzu D-Max go higher than 2500?

    The first thought here is that you’re dealing with a dodgy throttle-position sensor or some other sensor that is giving the on-board computer a reason not to exceed 2500rpm. Or tricking the computer into thinking that the engine is spinning faster than it really is. Have you had the vehicle scanned? It’s a cheap way of reducing a lot of the guesswork in a case like this.

    Like any engine, of course, a turbo-diesel won’t rev beyond the speed that the fuel supply can support. You say you’ve changed the fuel filter, but have you checked the pump pressure and the fuel-delivery rate? A problem with the pump or fuel lines could easily produce the symptoms you have. You could even have a blocked fuel pick-up in the tank.

    The other problem with modern turbo-diesels is that they are prone to clogging their intake systems with a black gunk that is a by-product of soot and oil mist from the vehicle’s exhaust-gas recirculation and crankcase-ventilation systems respectively. This black, ooze can sometimes almost completely block the intake path for air entering the engine and will cause all sorts of dramas, including the one you’re seeing.

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