The same 2,499cc four-cylinder engine powers the Isuzu D-Max Single Cab 4×2 and the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross. The diesel engine generates 134 horsepower at 3,600 rpm, and a peak torque output of 320 Nm between 1,800 rpm and 2,800. The engine is coupled to a 5-speed manual transmission.
Tilt-adjustable steering, adjustable shoulder height front headrests, disc brakes at each end, and drum brakes at both the rear and front of the vehicle are all included. The Single Cab 4×2 measures 5,045mm in length, 1,775mm in width and 1,710mm in height. You can hop over to this website to know more about Isuzu's single cab ute.
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It has a wheelbase measuring 3,095mm. Apart from the features of the Isuzu D-Max Single Cab 4-x4 variant, the Isuzu D-Max Single Cab 4-x4 variant also has a shift-on-the-fly switch. It still has the double wishbone and coil spring setup at its front, and regular leaf spring suspension at its rear.
D-MAX was built for work. D-MAX will give you complete confidence, no matter if you are on the ground or on a construction site. Your D-MAX is a trusted tool for people who rely on you. Each detail makes the D-MAX a tough ute truck. The D-MAX does not have a timing belt.
It uses a steel timing chain that is durable and long-lasting to extend the life of its engine. Double scissors also offer increased durability and lower noise. The LX Single Cab ute, which is the mainstay of the new Isuzu D-Max range's workhorse, is tough. You can choose from a variety of deck options and it comes as a Cab & Chassis. It is also available in Space Cab body type.