Isuzu’s new Isuzu D-Max pick-up will launch in July with a five-year/120,000 mile warranty.
The new warranty package comprises a standard 36-month / 60,000-mile manufacturer’s warranty and an extended warranty provided by UK importers IM Group to take it up to five years and 120,000 miles.
The extended parts and labour warranty covers any defects in powertrain components or workmanship. This includes engine, transmission and driveline components and major ancillaries such as the air conditioning compressor and power steering pump.
IM Group said it has had 7,500 expressions of interest for the new model so far.
William Brown, general manager for Isuzu UK, said: “Warranty cover for five years or 120,000 miles gives buyers of the new D-Max peace of mind for longer than any other pick-up in the UK.
“Isuzu has become renowned for producing rugged, durable pick-ups, and we’re now demonstrating our absolute confidence in the toughness of our new product.”
The new Isuzu D-Max will be available with four specification levels and three cab configurations – extended cab, single cab and double cab.
Prices range from £14,499 (CVOTR) for the single cab 4x2 derivative, rising to £21,499 (CVOTR) for the range-topping ‘Utah’ specification double cab automatic.