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Isuzu D-MAX Wins 2021 Drive Car Of The Year - Best Dual Cab Ute Award

29 April 2021

The Isuzu D-MAX X-TERRAIN has been crowned the 'Best Dual Cab Ute of 2021', after winning the coveted '2021 Drive Car of the Year – Dual Cab Ute' award for the first time. 


Isuzu UTE Partners with Surf Life Saving Australia

08 April 2021

With millions of people flocking to Australian beaches on a yearly basis, safety on our beaches continues to be the top priority. To assist with keeping our patrolled shores safe, Isuzu UTE Australia is pledging support to the national symbol of beach safety, Surf Life Saving Australia with a fleet of Isuzu D-MAX Utes and MU-X SUVs.


IUA Celebrates Its 200,000th Vehicle Delivery

19 March 2021

February 2021 Isuzu UTE Australia has marked 2021 as a milestone year, celebrating the delivery of its 200,000th vehicle sold in Australia, since commencing operations back in November 2008. 


Adventure Right On Our Doorstep

15 February 2021

With international travel out of the question in these current times, Aussies are looking for opportunities to explore their own backyard and make the most of what is available to us, right on our doorstep.


Isuzu D-MAX is News' Ute of the Year

15 January 2021

Reflective of the best-cars available to Australian motorists, News Corp Australia’s Motoring section has recently awarded the All-New Isuzu D-MAX as their ‘2020 Ute of the Year’, as part of the newspaper group’s annual ‘Car of the Year Awards’.


D-MAX Best in the West

15 January 2021

For the first time ever, the Isuzu D-MAX has jointly-won the top-accolade in the west, crowned as the ‘West Australian 2020 Ute of the Year’, as part of the newspaper’s annual ‘Car of the Year Awards’.


Isuzu UTE: Sharing Christmas With Those That Need It Most

16 December 2020

2020 has been a year like no other, with many Australian families doing it tougher than ever before. That’s why Isuzu UTE Australia (IUA) is determined to bring much needed reprieve to those who are struggling this Christmas, by pledging a donation of $100,000 across three essential charities who are making an impact with families right across Australia; The Salvation Army, Beyond Blue and Lifeline Australia.