Double Cab Pick Up
Isuzu D-Max Utah Double Cab 4x4 Pickup 2017MY - BRAND NEW - 5 Year / 125,000 mile warranty & 5 Year UK & EU Roadside Assistance, 3.5 Tonne Towing capacity, EURO 6 - NO Ad-blue. *FINANCE LEASE EXAMPLE - Initial of £2,699.76 + VAT, followed by 59 monthly rentals of £224.98 + VAT, commencing month 2, with final monthly payment of £9,398.20 + VAT. Vehicle Price £23,854.00 + 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 & based on 10,000 miles per annum. SPECIFICATION INCLUDES: COMFORT & CONVENIENCE: Front & Rear Power Windows, Remote Control Central Locking, Keyless Entry & Push Button Start System, Map Lights, Sun glasses Holder / Overhead console, Height Adjustable Steering Wheel, Steering Wheel mounted Audio & Cruise Controls, 2 x 12v Power Outlets, Gear Shift Indicator, Multi-Information Display, Automatic Air conditioning, Rear Heating Ducts. ENTERTAINMENT: Bluetooth Connectivity, DAB Radio, Apple Car Play & Android Auto, 7” Multifunction Colour touchscreen, Satellite Navigation, Eight Speakers, Front & Rear USB Ports. SAFETY & SECURITY: ABS, ESC & EBD, Brake Assist System, Hill Start Assist & Hill Descent Control, Security Etched Glass, Insurance Approved Immobiliser, Alarm, Front, Side & Curtain SRS Airbags, Iso-fix Child Seat Anchors with Top Tether Anchors (2 x Rear side), Rear Door Child Locks, Rear Parking Sensors, Reversing Camera. EXTERIOR: Projector Headlamps, LED Daytime Running Lights, LED Rear Lights, Front & Rear Fog Lights, Bright Chrome Radiator Grille, Body Coloured Front Bumper, Black Rear Bumper with Chrome Trim, Silver Side Steps, Folding, Heated Chrome Door Mirrors with Side Indicator Repeaters, Chrome Door Handles, Heated Rear Screen, Shark Fin Antenna, Rear Load Liner, Roof Bars. WHEELS: 18" Alloy Wheels, Locking Wheel Nuts & Full
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