2019 Isuzu D-Max Fury Limited Edition Available For Pre-Order In The UK

Three years after introducing the D-Max Fury in the United Kingdom, Isuzu has performed a few updates to their special edition truck.

Available for pre-order with a starting price of £22,499 (equal to $29,432/€25,609), without tax, the first units will arrive in dealerships next January.

Finished in the same Magma Red, the pickup truck now sits on larger 18-inch alloy wheels, with a Dark Grey look.

The rest of the Isuzu D-Max Fury’s exterior is adorned with a Dark Grey grille with red Isuzu badge, Cosmic Black side mirrors with indicators, black door handles and tailgate handle, gun metal side steps and Fury decal.

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Inside, things are a bit different as well, with cloth upholstery with a Dark Grey look, red overstitching on soft pad armrests and steering wheel, and special floor mats with Fury branding. Some of the standard equipment featured in the reworked Isuzu D-Max Fury includes a 7-inch infotainment system, CD player, reversing camera, air conditioning and front and rear USB ports.

Isuzu hasn’t mentioned anything about the fire power of the D-Max Fury, but we’re likely looking at the same twin-turbo 2.5-liter diesel engine as before. It makes 163 PS (161 hp / 120 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque, and can had with either a manual or an automatic transmission.

The 3.5-ton (7,716 lbs) towing capability is being retained, as are the 125,000-mile (201,168 km) / 5-year warranty, and 5-year roadside assistance across Europe.

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