Along with the announcement of the imminent arrival of the 1.9-litre Blue Power turbodiesel to the Malaysian market, Isuzu Malaysia also assured consumers that their current line up of engines are compatible with the B10 Biodiesel.

Isuzu’s current line up of diesel engines consists of the 2.5- and 3.0-litre VGS turbos that power their D-Max and MU-X. B10 Biodiesel contains 10% palm oil blend and is found on Euro2M rated diesel (Euro5M diesel still uses B7 blend).

The company also added that their light and heavy-duty vehicles (lorries), both new and old models, are also compatible with the new B10 Biodiesel.

However, the company did not confirm whether their new 1.9-litre Blue Power turbodiesel will be compatible with B10 Biodiesel let alone Euro2M rated diesel.


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