Isuzu Thailand has announced an updated version of the D-Max V-Cross.
The high-spec variant, which in Thailand, will be competing with the Chevrolet Colorado High Country and the Ford Ranger Wildtrak, has been given exterior enhancements, as well as a few interior updates.
On the outside, new features include garish elements for the head lights, bonnet and wheel arches. Also new is the front bumper guard, cargo bed-liner and six-spoke 18-inch wheels.
Inside, the updated D-Max V-Cross features two-tone leather, multi-function steering wheel and some new plastic trim. In terms of equipment, added features comprise cruise control, two USB sockets and a Kenwood audio system with navigation.
Powering the truck is a 3.0-litre turbo-diesel engine kicking out 177hp, paired to either a five-speed manual or a six-speed automatic gearbox.
There has not been any official announcement on whether the updated D-Max V-Cross variant will be launched here, but it is highly likely as the refreshed range of the D-Max expected to be launched here next month.
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