We posted in detail when Isuzu was caught testing the MU7 SUV on Indian roads. Now, images of Isuzu D-Max pickup been tested on our roads have surfaced on the web world.
It may be noted that the MU7 SUV is based on the D-Max and it has always been known that the Japanese auto maker plans to start its Indian innings with launching the MU-7 and the D-Max.
The D-Max would battle it out against the Tata Xenon and comes loaded with basic creature comforts like an air con and power steering.
Powering the D-Max is a 2.5 litre turbocharged oil burner that pumps out around 115 horses.
It may be noted that Chevrolet and Isuzu have co-developed a few products and the D-Max is essentially a re-badged Chevrolet Colorado. This pick up should become the second such vehicle to come to India, the first being the Chevrolet Tavera aka Isuzu Panther.