March 19, 2015 @ 11:07 AM

Rebel with a cause

If a road-car is too mundane and the D-Max is too common, than show some attitude with the D-Max Diablo. By Jerrica Leong


If a road-car is too mundane and the D-Max is too common, than show some attitude with the D-Max Diablo. By Jerrica Leong

Scrub the words mundane, boring and common out of your dictionary, because Isuzu wants you to succumb to your desire to break out and be unique with their latest incarnation of their all-conquering pick-up truck, the D-Max Diablo.

The D-Max now comes to you styled up in Cosmic Mica Black only and Isuzu has done away with the chrome items to be replaced with black or dark grey to match. The Isuzu logo on the grille and the silver front bumper guard makes a striking contrast to relief the truck’s dark outlook.

Body decals cover the entire truck to announce to the world that you’re not just driving any D-Max but a Diablo at that. The Diablo also comes with a set of Lenso Beastly Black 17-inch alloy rims that were specifically chosen to match the overall outlook of the truck.

Accessorise with a D-Loc lid that will keep you belongings safe and dry while you’re on your wild escapade at the same time the lid also makes a style statement with its aero spoiler to give the truck a distinctive and wicked good look.

Inside is where the Diablo shines. The truck’s seats are covered in premium Italian leather seats and centre arm rests in Bloody Red. A Blaupunkt multimedia entertainment system that comes complete with reverse camera ensures that you will get to enjoy your favourite soundtrack while on the road.

Isuzu’s D-Max Diablo comes only with an automatic transmission with either a 2.5-litre or a 3.0-litre engine at RM107,077.00 and RM 113,717.30 on-the-road without insurance.

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