Isuzu has added five new variants to its already comprehensive KB pick-up range placing an emphasis on value for money for both leisure and fleet owners.
Kudos to General Motors South Africa for this innovative marketing campaign for the new Isuzu KB. Inspired by Google Street View, the company has mapped… Read more →
Briefly reunited with the vehicle that I spend 20 000 kilometres during a long-term review at CAR magazine a few years ago, it was a nice reminder, offered by Isuzu at the beginning of the launch of its seventh generation KB, of just how competent the nine-year-old outgoing model still is. Though arguably not as spacious as the current crop of double-cab bakkies on the South African market, those sharp, compact dimensions of the “old” KB, together with the bonnet scoop to feed air to the intercooler, still cut a fairly imposing shape on the road.
The local bakkie market has received some added competition – Isuzu has just launched its latest KB. The new KB is more aggressive in appearance… Read more →
While attending the final round of the CAR Engineering Challenge, sponsored by Isuzu, in Port Elizabeth yesterday, I had the opportunity to have a first… Read more →
Lionel Fern from driverskills.com attends the launch of the eagerly awaited 2013 Isuzu KB (known in the UK as the D-Max) double cab. Here he compares the newcomer with the outgoing models, gives us a detailed overview of the 2,5 turbodiesel model and looks at the rivals against which it is pitched.