Order Books Set To Open For Isuzu’s D-MAX Arctic Trucks AT35

Starting on the 25th of July, UK customers will be able to place their orders for the newest member in the award-winning Isuzu D-MAX range.

The AT35 features massive 35″ wheels, a lofty 290 mm (11.4 in) ground clearance and overall off-road capabilities that according to Isuzu, have never been available before in a vehicle with franchised dealer support.

36 dealers in total will be authorized to sell what the automaker calls “the UK’s most extreme pick-up”, the result of a partnership between Isuzu UK and Arctic Trucks, the world’s leading expert in vehicles designed specifically to overcome the wild terrains of northern Scandinavia and Russia.

When order books open at the end of the month, the Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 will be the first Arctic Trucks pick-up in the UK that you can order directly from a vehicle manufacturer’s dealer network.

Starting from £30,999 CVOTR (Commercial Vehicle On-The-Road), the AT35 is available in two body configurations. The entry-level price is for the extended-cab model, while the double-cab costs upwards of £33,499 CVOTR, packing climate control and full leather upholstery, and a choice of either a manual or an automatic transmission – where the automatic is priced from £34,499.

“The Isuzu D-Max has been a runaway success since its launch four years ago, thanks to its comfortable and refined interior, class-leading load-lugging capabilities, and low running costs and comprehensive warranty,” said Isuzu UK general manager William Brown. “The Arctic Trucks AT35 retains those strong D-Max attributes, and adds totally unprecedented offroad credentials and brutally hardcore looks. We’re expecting it to appeal to a wide range of private and commercial buyers.”


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