Isuzu Philippines has given the D-MAX pickup truck a facelift to give its 2010 edition a fresher look.
The most striking change on the 2010 Isuzu D-MAX is its radiator grille and chrome hood ornament that hones the pickup truck's already muscular image. Isuzu has also replaced the D-MAX's fog lamp garnishes, added a new step tube, and plastered a 4x4 decal on the pickup truck's four-wheel drive version.
Inside the truck, the driver and passengers are greeted by the refined D-MAX cabin with new chrome aircon vent bezels, chrome shift gate bezel, and chrome speaker bezels.
"It doesn't matter if our vehicles, like the very popular D-MAX, are still selling well. We will continue to add new features so that our customers get the best value for their money. Of course, these new exterior and interior items are merely gravy on what is already an excellent vehicle, one that boasts a world-class diesel engine, unparalleled fuel economy, commendable environment-friendliness and dependable performance," said Isuzu Philippines president Keiji Takeda.
The 2010 Isuzu D-MAX comes with new body colors in Tundra Green, Infinite Gold and the two-tone Magma Red and Sterling Silver combination.
The D-MAX was introduced in the Philippines in 2003.
"Despite the arrival of newer competition, the D-MAX still owns 19 percent of the country's pickup market, based on official sales figures from January to August this year," Isuzu Philippines said.