The award-winning Isuzu D-Max keeps on pulling in the wins in 2019 picking up the Working Pickup of the Year 2019 Award in the Professional Pickup & 4x4 awards.
Professional Pickup & 4×4 magazine is written by pickup users, for pickup users. They carry out rigorous tests on all the latest pickups and 4x4s, including towing tests with heavy duty trailers and off-roading on their very own 4×4 course.
This award is bestowed upon the pickup that demonstrates the best ‘working’ qualities, i.e. towing abilities, payload, loading practicality and was judged by a panel of twelve ‘Pick Up Professionals’, who highly commended the Isuzu D-Max for its outstanding durability, capability and reliability. It works to meet the needs of different types of business user.
The Isuzu D-Max was also praised for meeting Euro 6 standards without the need for AdBlue, unlike most of its competitors. It has a 3.5 tonne towing capacity, over 1 tonne payload and provides a quiet, economical driving experience. The breadth of the Isuzu D-Max range also impressed; with single, extended and double-cab formats available, as well as a wide choice of trim levels. Coupled with the attractive five-year/125,000-mile warranty package and 5 years’ roadside assistance (in the UK & Europe), the Isuzu D-Max proved it was truly built for the professionals who use it.
Isuzu UK Managing Director, William Brown commented: “We’re really proud to receive this award as it strengthens the D-Max’s position as the most capable and durable working vehicle in the sector. It’s really pleasing that all the hard work that has gone in at Isuzu to make such a great product has been recognized.”
The award-winning Isuzu D-Max has already had a successful 2019, being crowned ‘Pick-Up of The Year’ at the 2019 WhatVan? Awards and in the Pick-up & 4x4 Pro Awards 2019 plus the Isuzu D-Max won best model in the 4x4 Magazine awards. This success follows immediately on from winning the 2019 Best Workhorse Pick-up Award from Trade Van Driver, making it the 5thaward already won by the Isuzu D-Max in 2019. It just continues picking them up!