3.0L ISUZU ENGINE
The heart of D-MAX is the Isuzu 4JJ3-TCX 3.0L turbo diesel engine. With over a century of specialist engineering experience, the D-MAX is more than ready to handle whatever you throw at it.
3.0L Turbo Diesel
The Isuzu D-MAX range is powered by the highly refined Isuzu 4JJ3-TCX 3.0L turbo diesel common rail engine which offers superior fuel efficiency thanks to low friction, fuel injection optimisation and a large front-mounted intercooler.
This advanced Euro5-compliant unit generates 140kW of power and a peak torque output of 450Nm from a low 1,600 to 2,600rpm. The high levels of torque from a low rpm provide strong take-off and acceleration and aid drivability with consistent torque output through the majority of the rev-range.
The ‘Rev-Tronic’ 6-speed automatic gearbox with sequential sports mode automatically selects the most appropriate shift and lock-up points according to the driver’s behaviour, vehicle load and road speed.
The 6-speed manual transmissions benefit from a new dual mass flywheel, which absorbs vibrations and torque pulses from the engine for smoother and more efficient driveability and transmission longevity.
TORQUE ON DEMAND
The advanced 3.0 litre turbo diesel engine produces 140kW and an avalanche of torque on demand, with 450Nm available from just 1,600 through to 2,200rpm. This provides exceptional take-off and acceleration with a broad, flat torque band aiding overall drive-ability - also perfect for when carrying a load, or towing up to 3.5T+.
3.5T PULLING POWER
The D-MAX is built to tow without breaking a sweat. Load up the back with all your gear, hitch up a boat, caravan or trailer - take whatever, wherever. With 3.5 tonne towing+, the truck-based chassis of the D-MAX gives you the ability to tow pretty much anything you can throw at it.
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PROVEN FUEL EFFICIENCY
+Braked towing capacity on all D-MAX models when fitted with an optional Genuine Isuzu UTE tow bar kit. ∞Up to 800mm of wading depth on all D-MAX models when travelling at a consistent speed of 7km/h. Water ingress may occur if speed is not maintained or if the vehicle is static in water above 350mm.