Double Cab Pick Up
Isuzu D-Max 1.9 Double Cab 4x4 - SPECIAL EDITION - Delivery miles Additional Specification Includes: 18 inch Black Alloy Wheels, Bonnet Protector, Rear Style Bar Matt Black, Under-rail Bed liner, Black Textured Side Steps, Tailgate damper, Door Visors Front & Rear, Carpet mat set front & rear, Double DIN Bluetooth Audio Upgrade, Privacy Glass, Antarctic model decals. 5 Year / 125,000 mile warranty & 5 Year UK & EU Roadside Assistance, Over 1.1 Tonnes Payload, 3.5 Tonne Towing capacity, EURO 6 - NO Ad-blue. STANDARD SPECIFICATION INCLUDES: COMFORT & CONVENIENCE: Front Power Windows, Remote Control Central Locking, Height Adjustable Steering Wheel, 2 x 12v Power Outlets, Gear Shift Indicator, Air conditioning. SAFETY & SECURITY: ABS, ESC & EBD, Brake Assist System, Hill Start Assist & Hill Descent Control, Security Etched Glass, Insurance Approved Immobiliser, Front, Side & Curtain SRS Airbags, Isofix Child Seat Anchors with Top Tether Anchors (2 x Rear side), Rear Door Child Locks, Seatbelt Reminder Indicator, Door Open Warning Light EXTERIOR: Projector Headlamps, LED Daytime Running Lights, Rear Fog Lights & Grey Radiator Grille, Heated Rear Screen INTERIOR: Flat Folding Rear Seats, 60/40 Folding Seat Base, Under Seat Base Storage, Height Adjustable Front Headrests, Front Centre Armrest, Front Cup Holders *FINANCE LEASE EXAMPLE - Initial rental of £882.19 + VAT, followed by 59 monthly rentals of £294.02 + VAT, with final monthly payment of £6,294.02 + VAT. Vehicle Price £19,950 + VAT, Road fund license & first registration fee. Finance Example is for business purposes only in the UK and is subject to credit acceptance and any qualifications in government or company policy. Finance Provided by BNP PARIBAS LEASING SOLUTIONS LIMITED registered in England and Wales: 00901225. VAT number: GB313483672. Registered Office: NORTHERN CROSS, BASING VIEW, BASINGSTOKE, RG21 4HL. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.