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The new Isuzu D-Max Yukon Extended Cab offers the latest technology and a driver-selectable 4WD system to get you where you need to go. Standard equipment includes a 6 or 8 speaker audio system, 7” multifunction touchscreen infotainment screen, Bluetooth, a reversing camera and cruise control. Yukon models stand out with 18” alloys, and the Extended Cab has temporary seating in the rear with space for your tools. The load bed measures 1795mm x 1530mm x 465mm (Length-Width-Depth), and thanks to 4WD and a powerful new 1.9-litre turbo-diesel engine, the tow capacity stands at 3.5-tonnes.
Yukon extended cab Features
The D-Max Yukon Extended Cab stands out with silver side steps, colour-coded bumpers and 18” alloys. There are a variety of different colours to choose from, and you can add various accessories to make it your own.
The D-Max Yukon Extended Cab offers more interior space than the utility Single Cab model. In the rear, there’s space for your tools and temporary seating. You access the rear through dedicated side doors.
With its spacious 1795mm x 1530mm x 465mm load bed, 3.5-tonne tow capacity and 1,196kg payload capacity, the D-Max Yukon Extended Cab is a superb choice as a working vehicle.
4WD comes as standard across the Yukon range. This driver-selectable system lets you toggle between 2WD, 4WD and 4H driving modes. These prioritise grip, off-road ability and fuel economy, so there’s a setting for all environments.
The Isuzu D-Max Yukon Extended Cab has a 7” multifunction touchscreen infotainment screen, through which you can control the radio and various car settings. This system also has Bluetooth for music streaming.
The D-Max Yukon Extended Cab’s Reversing Camera makes reverse parking easier than ever. The camera automatically activates when you select reverse, with the camera’s view being displayed on the 7” touchscreen.
A standard feature across the Yukon range, cruise control makes long journeys easier by maintaining a set speed for you. On motorways, this means that you can set a speed to preserve fuel and stay within average speed limits.
The D-Max Yukon Extended Cab is a reliable vehicle that’s designed to be driven in harsh environments. It also comes with a 5-year/ 125,000-mile warranty for complete peace of mind throughout your ownership.
Yukon extended cab Colours
For the trim levels, colours and more detailed info, download or order the Yukon-extended-cab brochure
Unlike some of its rivals, the D-Max doesn't pretend to be an SUV-aspiring lifestyle vehicle, instead it is pitched as a heavy-duty work tool aimed squarely at builders, forestry workers, and engineers
Powered by a 2.5-litre twin-turbo diesel, the D-Max is a good choice for towing - the 4x4 models can tow up to 3,500kg and can carry a 1,058 - 1,136kg payload
Since its launch in June 2012, the D-Max has stood for rugged build quality and outstanding on- and off-road performance; the new Yukon extended cab further enhances its appeal