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ISUZU D-Max Offroad Video

Date: January 13, 2012 |admin | Ecommerce

2.5TD and 3.0TD Offroad – more on www.auto-magazin24.de

Comments

blacktravis5

Date: January 7, 2011 |

@chipmunk3k i have 1 and they are a very good car. i have a v4 but turbo charged which makes it almost like the v6

bsdslacker

Date: January 7, 2011 |

Looks cool and can do whatever the other trucks can do, this or the titan would be my choice…… if I had the freaking money…..

quetzalrojo

Date: January 13, 2011 |

japanese pickups are the best!!!!!!!

torrontlee

Date: January 30, 2011 |

Please sell it in China..!!!!!!!

nikooliver1

Date: February 19, 2011 |

@quetzalrojo D-max is made by ISUZU THAILAND

quetzalrojo

Date: February 19, 2011 |

@nikooliver1 not the ones that are sold here in Guatemala, anyway Thailand Isuzu ensemble are directed by japanese engineers,

murderkid200

Date: March 7, 2011 |

@Ugleskjegg Prefer not to take you word, i’ve owned 4 Isuzu and never had a problem with any one of them.

loosveld69

Date: March 11, 2011 |

@bord124 american pick-ups have big unsofisticated engines. european and japanese engines are much smaller and more gas/diesel effecient because of the high gas/diesel prices.
and there is the fact that a diesel engine has MUCH more torque than a comparable gasengine.
a modern 3.0 or even a 2.5 ltr dieselengine is more than sufficient for a midsized pick up. It can be loaded with 1 tonne en tow another 3 tonnes.

timsurftim

Date: March 12, 2011 |

@bord124 even though your yank guzzlers have like 5.7 engines they like only produce 200bhp. but over here, a 2.5td can match that no worrys

clausi69

Date: April 12, 2011 |

@ke1207
Hi bist du aus dem rhein main Gebiet ? daie Fahrzeuge haben MTK….

ERICKSKIE23

Date: May 15, 2011 |

My Car is also good. check it out in my channel :)

Kiat791

Date: June 18, 2011 |

Great!!


JLRaider

Date: July 21, 2011 |

Here in Ecuador they are sold by chevrolet hehehe even though isuzu is written all over the owner’s manual

Zenthos01

Date: July 30, 2011 |

did you make this video yourself?

TheDownloadfreegames

Date: August 2, 2011 |

@bord124 stfu

benjenings

Date: August 6, 2011 |

I wish we got trucks like that here in the states. I know gm rebadges these truck elsewhere in the world but we still don’t get the diesel version. We have the colorado. But it’s not that good of a truck. And everything gm touches just makes it worse!!

Annihilator1111

Date: September 7, 2011 |

the 2002-present Isuzu D-Max/ Chevrolet Colorado/ Chevrolet D-Max/
Chevrolet LUV D-Max/ Holden Colorado/ Holden Rodeo/ Isuzu KB/ Isuzu LB
Isuzu Rodeo/ Chevrolet T Series is assembled in

Annihilator1111

Date: September 7, 2011 |

Algeria: Algeria (IMM) Colombia: Bogotá Ecuador: Quito Egypt: 6th of October City Indonesia: Jakarta Malaysia: Pekan Petaling Jaya Nigeria: Lagos
Philippines: Biñan, Laguna Portugal: Vendas Novas South Africa: Port Elizabeth
Sandton
Thailand: Rayong
Tunisia: Kairouan
Turkey: Istanbul
Venezuela: Caracas
Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City

SubaruWRXtreme

Date: September 19, 2011 |

@Ugleskjegg
You’re full of shit.
At our dealership we sell these like crazy and the only problem is with the quake in Japan we are not able to stock on service parts but the pickups works just fine not a single major complaint about them

Ugleskjegg

Date: September 19, 2011 |

@SubaruWRXtreme try running them 24 hours a day, then lets see who´s full of shit

SubaruWRXtreme

Date: September 20, 2011 |

@Ugleskjegg
Yeah right….. not a single car, truck, pickup will work right after 24 hours non stop.
Only Semi’s are able to withstand such abuse

450xrida

Date: October 26, 2011 |

@SubaruWRXtreme cummins

clinton252

Date: October 30, 2011 |

“200bhp”? maybe 20 years ago. nowadays 300hp+ for anything larger then 5.0

ethandonker

Date: December 3, 2011 |

@timsurftim acually 5.7 will do ya over 300

ethandonker

Date: December 3, 2011 |

is isuzu a GM brand still?

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