When to use 4x4 or 2 wheel drive on the All-New Isuzu D-Max
Professional driving tutor Lionel Firn from www.driverskills.com take a look at when driver should use the selectable 4x4 setting on the Al-New Isuzu D-Max. Demonstration takes place at the Isuzu D-Max UK Launch event in May 2012.
EXTREME Road Test Video! Incredible Towing Capacity For The D-Max: 3.5 Tonnes!
A 3.5 Tonne Trailer Towing Road Test with Lionel Firn who puts the D-Max through its paces with an on- road evaluation and in some EXTREME off-road tests! When the trailer featured in this video, is fully loaded, it has a gross weight of 3.5 tonnes. Up until recently there hasn't been a pick up on the UK market that would be able tow it legally. This has all changed thanks to the incredible new Isuzu D-Max. In this video you get to see the incredible D-Max put to the test, towing a trailer weighing 3.5 tonnes. Also just to give you an example of how fantastic this pick up really is whilst towing, we have put it through an extreme road test, so you can see first hand how this beast handles, and learn more about the D-Max's specifications. Just watch the video and see for yourself! Don't forget to hit the 'like' button and subscribe to our channel. To find out more about the all new Isuzu D-Max, visit our website at http://tinyurl.com/qx67my6 Also be sure to check us out on our social media sites for updates on Isuzu throughout the year! Website: http://tinyurl.com/qx67my6 Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/pcnpc3w Twitter: http://tinyurl.com/qcwulnk YouTube: http://tinyurl.com/pzzvybs
Isuzu D-Maxperience - Isuzu UKs First Off-Road Event for The All-New Isuzu D-Max
Isuzu UK's high quality off road customer experience event held at Deer Park, Driving Off-Road, Archery, Falconry and Shooting. Deer Park Hall & Business Centre, Deer Park Hall, Eckington, Worcestershire, WR10 3DN
Isuzu 2015 BCCC Round 1 - Round Up
Round one of the Britpart MSA British Cross Country Championship (BCCC), took place in Myherin, Wales, commonly known as ‘Pikes Peak’. The Jewson Isuzu D-Max Rally team took part in the gruelling competition, with Jason Sharpe in the drivers seat and Richard Lester as co-driver. After completing three runs and racing the D-Max over one of the most extreme rough sections complete with deep dips and a massive jump, there was an overheat issue. The front bumper also took a knock after Jason took the D-Max to new heights, meaning it came down with a mighty crash. Despite these issues the D-Max shrugged them off and got on with the rest of the stages. This year Pikes Peak consisted of just one long, really rough, challenging section, rather than three that have been part of the course in previous years. Jason actually managed to get into 6th gear this year in comparison to last year, where all he managed was a few shifts to fifth gear. Run four was completed with absolutely no mistakes and on the final round, the D-Max come into contact with an extremely sharp rock that spilt the wheel in two, but thankfully the D-Max managed to see the rest of the stage through, as well as achieving an impressive time. Keep up to date with all the latest happenings of Isuzu at the BCCC at www.isuzuoutdoorlife.co.uk