Cashing in on the lifestyle pick-up truck phenomenon, Isuzu Malaysia has now introduced a limited-edition Isuzu D-Max Stealth edition with several additional exterior and interior kit.

Only 180 units of the Stealth will be made available, priced at RM125,799.20 on the road without insurance. But what makes it stand out from the standard D-Max 1.9L that it is based on? Watch on to find out:

Available in either Stallion Black Metallic or Silky White Pearl, the D-Max Stealth gains a new blacked-out front grille, front lip extension, fog lamps enclosure, roof rails, and rear bumpers, along with Stealth badging and decals all round – including the wheels, which are now variant-specific 18-inch items.

For added convenience, the D-Max Stealth gets a damper as standard for the tailgate, making closing the cargo door as easy as lifting a finger. But the coolest addition to the D-Max Stealth comes in the form of a powered side step – a first-in-class feature – which tucks in neatly underneath the body when not needed but extends out gracefully when the door is opened – along with accompanying LED puddle lights.

Inside, the new Isuzu D-Max Stealth gets a new red and black leather and fabric-mixed upholstery on the seats, complete with Stealth badgings. Additionally, the limited-edition pick-up truck also gets a 360-degree around view monitor, front parking sensors, as well as a built-in IROAD front and rear dashcam with 32GB of storage.

Mechanically, the D-Max Stealth remains identical to the standard variant – its 1.9-litre turbodiesel mill still produces 150 hp and 350 Nm of torque, paired to a six-speed automatic transmission. Unlike the standard variant though, the D-Max Stealth does not come with a manual transmission option.

As standard, each purchase will come with a seven-year unlimited mileage warranty. Those who register the D-Max Stealth by August will also receive a free sports roll bar.


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