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ISUZU D-MAX 3.0 X-RIDER DOUBLE CAB AT From special edition to mainstream favourite, the Isuzu D-Max X-Rider nameplate has become a family favourite across the length and breadth of South Africa. Driven discovered why during a recent, week-long test. The X-Rider nameplate was first seen...

Even in times of austerity, a 'bakkie' is a South African status symbol. Whether traversing the pavement at the kids’ school, or tackling the bush in your double cab, 'bakkies'.

Isuzu has rationalised its D-Max range all the while adding a more convenient automatic transmission to its 4X2 250 derivatives. Lerato Matebese travelled to the Western Cape to sample the.

It’s polar opposites, yet very much the same: sand and snow. And as the Arctic Trucks nameplate suggests, it was originally conceived to tackle only the toughest of sub-zero conditions. Big, floaty wheels, tough suspension and looks that will motivate an iceberg to move out...

General Motors and Isuzu Motors today announced their respective future plans for the Isuzu, Chevrolet and Opel brands in South Africa, subject to local regulatory requirements. Going forward, Isuzu Motors.

Japanese truck and bakkie manufacturer, Isuzu, introduced some new workhorse models to its already substantial KB line-up late last year, including a couple of fleet-friendly derivatives. At the same time,.

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