Isuzu D-Max

Isuzu D-Max

10.55 - 16.98 Lakh
Ex-Showroom Price
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Isuzu D-Max Overview

Fuel Type-icon

Fuel Type







0 - 14.4 KM/L

Tank Capacity-icon

Tank Capacity

0.0/55.0 L



5 Seater




Specifications & Features

Explore an in-depth overview of the Isuzu D-Max specifications and features, offering comprehensive details on its engine choices, fuel efficiency, torque, power, transmission, dimensions, and trunk capacity. Additionally, gain insights into the car's advanced safety features and infotainment system.

Engine CC

1898,2499 CC





Max Torque

176,360 Nm

Max Power

78,161 bhp




5375 mm /1860 mm /1800 mm

  • c&b iconOverhead Dome lamp
  • c&b icon3 USB ports (Centre Console, Entertainment System & 2nd row Floor Console)
  • c&b icon3D Electro-luminscent Meters with Multi-information Display (MID)
  • c&b iconGear Shift Indicator
  • c&b iconAnti-pinch Auto Down Power Windows
  • c&b iconMultiple Cup Holder & Storage Compartments
  • c&b icon Emergency Brake Assist
  • c&b iconFlexible Rear Seat - Foldable with 60:40 Tip-Up
  • c&b iconChild Safety Lock

What's New?

The Isuzu D-Max is currently the second generation and was first released in 2011. In 2015, the company made a major facelift for the second-generation D-Max for the first time, and now the company is ready again. Among the new changes, the updated Isuzu D-Max is expected to have a new design and improved safety. Isuzu D-Max is distributed all over the world, equipped with LED daytime running lights, projection headlights, and light-alloy wheels. It has six airbags, ABS with EBD, hill start assist and hill descent control, and other additional safety functions. As for the gearbox, according to Thai specifications, the Isuzu D-Max is equipped with a 1.9-litre diesel engine that can produce about 150, with a maximum torque of 350 Nm. Paired with a more powerful 3-litre diesel engine, it can produce 177 horsepower. The former has a maximum torque of 380 Nm and offers a choice of 6-speed manual transmission and 6-speed automatic transmission, while the 3-stage fuel burner has a 5-speed manual transmission and 6-speed automatic transmission. Isuzu is also working on a new 2.4-litre diesel engine, which may replace the larger engine. Isuzu D-Max pickup is preparing for face upgrade, and the company will launch an updated model in Thailand next month's 2017 Isuzu D-Max facelift plan includes major cosmetic updates and new body painting options. Because of the demand for pickup trucks in the international market, the Thai version of D-Max provides a variety of functions and a series of safety functions. Isuzu even launched the D-Max pickup in Europe earlier this year.

Expert Review on Isuzu D-Max

c&b expert Rating
merit or usp
value for money



  • Tough and solid off-roading vehicle
  • Capable and powerful engine
  • Economical running costs


  • Exterior design could have been better
  • Plain cabin
  • Lack of sophistication in driving manners

Isuzu D-Max Hi-Lander Review


The Isuzu D-Max Hi-Lander, the introductory model in the D-Max series, made its appearance in India following the BS6 transition. It's a no-nonsense pick-up truck primarily designed for practical utility rather than serving as a stylish lifestyle vehicle. It shares its engine and platform with the higher-tier V-Cross but lacks many of the features and equipment that make the V-Cross a sought-after off-road choice.


The design and styling of the Hi-Lander echos that of the V-Cross though it misses out on lot of the latter’s more upmarket cosmetic elements. The front sports a large black grille with simple halogen headlights. The nose lacks any notable use of chrome. The side profile showcases 16-inch steel wheels with wheel covers and tall-profile tires, lacking any footstep or side cladding. The rear sports a spacious deck capable of accommodating loads of up to 225 kg. The Hi-Lander also misses out on bits such as foof rails, fog lamps, and body-colored door handles and mirror covers.

The Hi-Lander's interior mirrors its no-frills ethos with minimalistic features and comfort elements. The dashboard follows a straightforward design with manual AC controls, and there's no stereo system or touchscreen infotainment. While the instrument cluster is the same as the V-Cross, it lacks steering-mounted controls and cruise control. The seats are fabric-upholstered and manually adjustable, with no armrest or cup holders for rear passengers. The limited features available on the Hi-Lander include power windows for all doors, dual airbags, ABS with EBD, and rear parking sensors.

The Hi-Lander's safety features are quite basic compared to the V-Cross or other rivals in the segment. It lacks advanced driver assistance systems, including traction control, hill start assist, hill descent control, electronic stability control, brake assist, or lane departure warning. Passive safety features like side or curtain airbags, seat belt pretensioners, or ISOFIX child seat anchors are also missing. The sole safety features of the Hi-Lander encompass dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, and an engine immobilizer.

The Hi-Lander's engine and performance align with the V-Cross, as they share the same 1.9-liter four-cylinder diesel engine, producing 161 bhp at 3600 rpm and 360 Nm of torque at 2000-2500 rpm. The engine pairs with a six-speed manual gearbox that drives power to the rear wheels. The engine offers refined and responsive performance, particularly with strong low-end torque and mid-range capability. However, it loses some steam at higher revs and lacks a punchy top-end. The gearbox is well-spaced and smooth, but the clutch feels heavy with a long travel.

The Hi-Lander's ride and handling characteristics mirror those of the V-Cross due to the shared ladder-frame chassis and suspension setup. The Hi-Lander features a double wishbone front suspension and leaf spring rear suspension, resulting in a decent ride quality on rough roads and potholes. However, the suspension tends to be stiff and bouncy, making the ride uncomfortable when encountering sharp bumps and speed breakers. Handling, too, lacks agility and precision due to heavy and vague steering, noticeable body roll, and understeer during cornering.

Pricing stands out as one of the major drawbacks for the Hi-Lander. With an ex-showroom price of Rs 19.50 lakh, translating to around Rs 23 lakh on-road, it is relatively expensive for a base variant offering minimal features and equipment. The Hi-Lander doesn't fully justify its price tag with its performance or utility either, as it lacks a four-wheel-drive system or a differential lock, limiting its off-road capabilities. Additionally, it faces strong competition from other pick-up trucks and SUVs that deliver better value for money.

The Hi-Lander is not a recommended choice for those seeking a pick-up truck or an SUV in this price range. It doesn't offer any particular advantages over the V-Cross or other competitors in terms of features, equipment, performance, utility, or off-road capability. It leans too much towards basic and rudimentary for a lifestyle SUV and comes off as too expensive for a utilitarian vehicle. The only reason to opt for the Hi-Lander might be if you specifically need a stripped-down pick-up truck to carry heavy loads on smooth roads.

The Hi-Lander faces competition from other pick-up trucks and SUVs that are either more affordable or better equipped. Here are some of the key competitors:

Isuzu D-Max V-Cross: The V-Cross, a higher-end model within the D-Max lineup, offers a wide array of features and equipment compared to the Isuzu D-Max Hi-Lander. It boasts a four-wheel-drive system, a differential lock, LED headlights, fog lamps, roof rails, alloy wheels, side steps, a rear bumper, a tailgate handle, touchscreen infotainment, steering-mounted controls, cruise control, leather seats, armrests, cup holders, traction control, hill start assist, hill descent control, electronic stability control, brake assist, and more. It shares the same engine and performance as the Hi-Lander but delivers superior off-road capabilities. The V-Cross is priced at Rs 20.98 lakh (ex-showroom), just Rs 4 lakh more than the Hi-Lander.

Mahindra Bolero Camper Gold: The Bolero Camper Gold, a double-cab pick-up truck, offers a more budget-friendly and practical alternative to the Hi-Lander. It houses a 2.5-liter four-cylinder diesel engine generating 62 bhp at 3200 rpm and 195 Nm of torque at 1400-2200 rpm. Equipped with a five-speed manual gearbox and rear-wheel-drive, it has a substantial payload capacity of 1000 kg, more than four times that of the Hi-Lander. While offering basic features like power steering, power windows, central locking, AC, a music system, and dual airbags, the Bolero Camper Gold is priced at Rs 8.99 lakh (ex-showroom), roughly half the cost of the Hi-Lander.

Also, check out our in-depth Review: Isuzu D-max Hi-Lander.

Isuzu D-Max Price List (Variant Wise)

Isuzu D-Max Ex-Showroom price ranges from ₹ 10.55 to 16.98 Lakh. Isuzu offers D-Max in 6 variants. The top variant of D-Max is Hi-Lander and the base variant is Regular Cab-Chassis.


Ex-Showroom Price


D-Max Regular Cab-Chassis
Starts at
₹ 10.55 Lakh
2499 CC, Diesel, N/A, Manual
2499 CC, Diesel, N/A, Manual
D-Max Regular Cab Flat Deck
Starts at
₹ 11 Lakh
2499 CC, Diesel, N/A, Manual
2499 CC, Diesel, N/A, Manual
D-Max S-Cab Z
Starts at
₹ 15 Lakh
2499 CC, Diesel, N/A, Manual
D-Max Hi-Lander
Starts at
₹ 16.98 Lakh
1898 CC, Diesel, 14.4 KM/L, Manual

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Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 10.55 L

Loan Amount

10.55 L



Duration (5 years)

5 years

EMI ₹ 21,897
For 5 Year @9%* Interest Rate

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Isuzu D-Max On-Road Price in India

Explore Isuzu D-Max pricing in India's major cities. The Isuzu D-Max is priced between ₹ 10.55 to 16.98 Lakh.

CityOn-Road Price
New Delhi₹ 12,26,040
Mumbai₹ 12,41,864
Bangalore₹ 12,73,511
Hyderabad₹ 11,89,119
Chennai₹ 12,84,060
Kolkata₹ 11,36,578
Pune₹ 12,41,864
Chandigarh₹ 11,99,018
Ahmedabad₹ 11,57,472
Lucknow₹ 11,77,920
Jaipur₹ 11,77,920
Nagpur₹ 12,41,214

Isuzu D-Max Mileage

36 %
Better mileage than otherSUV

What is the fuel efficiency of Isuzu D-Max

Isuzu D-Max mileage is 0 to 14.4 KM/L as per ARAI The Manual Diesel engine has a mileage of 14.4 KM/L.

Mileage By Fuel Type

Fuel Type
DieselManual14.4 KM/L
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D-Max Colour Options

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Isuzu D-Max is available in 3 different colors namely Splash White, Galena Grey & Titanium Silver.


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C&B Expert Rating
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Fuel Type
DieselPetrol, DieselElectricDieselDieselDiesel
Seating Capacity
5 Seater5 Seater5 Seater7 Seater5 Seater2 Seater
Fuel Tank Capacity
0.0,55.0 L60.0 LN/A60.0 L57.0 L60.0 L
No of Variants
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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  • Isuzu D-Max ex-showroom price in New Delhi starts at Rs. 6.87 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 8.09 Lakh. The Isuzu D-Max on road price in New Delhi is Rs. 10.53 Lakh.
  • As for the claimed fuel efficiency, the Isuzu D-Max Diesel variant returns 14.40 Kmpl.
  • Isuzu D-Max has a seating capacity of 2 people.

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