2019 Isuzu D-MAX II 3.0D AT Energy

2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)
D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)

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Isuzu D-MAX Problems
Auto g/box
2002, gearbox acts weird drops out of top gear
then wont change up and flashes check trans on ...

Body typePickup
Power177 Hp
Engine Displacement3000 cm3 or 3L or 183 cu-in
Transmission GearboxAutomatic
Fuel TypeDiesel
Drive wheel4WD
Price (out of date)$40925

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the body type, 2019 Isuzu D-MAX II?Pickup, 5 Seats, 4 Doors
What is the fuel economy, Isuzu D-MAX Pickup 2019?8 l/100 km
How fast is the car, Isuzu D-MAX TFR 2019?170 km/h
How much power, 2019 Isuzu D-MAX 3.0D AT Energy?177 Hp
What is the engine size, Isuzu D-MAX II 2019 Pickup 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)?3L or 2999cm3
How many gears, What type is the gearbox, 2019 Isuzu D-MAX Pickup 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp)?Automatic transmission 6
What is the drivetrain, 2019 Isuzu D-MAX II?All wheel drive (4x4)
How long is this vehicle, Isuzu D-MAX Pickup 2019?5295 mm
How wide is the vehicle, Isuzu D-MAX TFR 2019?1860 mm
What is the gross weigh, 2019 Isuzu D-MAX 3.0D AT Energy?3050 kg

Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp) 2019, 2020, 2021 Specs

General information

Complectation name3.0D AT Energy
Production start year2019
Production end year2021
Drive typeAll wheel drive (4x4)
Frame typePickup
Transmission typeAutomatic transmission 6
Engine volume, cc2999
Frame nameTFR
Max speed170
Clearance, mm235
Manufacturing countryThailand
Winter complectationyes
Warranty5 years or 120,000 km of mileage

Vehicle generation

Generation nameRT85
Generation number2
Facelift number1
Production start year2017
Production end year2021

Engine, transmission and steering specs

Engine specs

Engine name4JJ1-TC; 4JJ1-TCX
Engine typeIn-line, 4-cylinder
Has turboyes
Turbo typeTurbine
Max power, hp177
Max power RPM, rpm3600
Max power, hp (kWt) / rpm177 (130) / 3600
Max torque, N*m430
Max torque RPM, rpm2200
Max torque, N*m (kg*m) / rpm430 (44) / 2200
Valves per cylinder4
Actuator valvesDOHC
Engine additional infoCommon Rail
Eco typeEuro-5

Fuel consumption

Country side7.3


Main gear ratio3.727


Power steeringyes
Steereing gear typeGear rail

Battery and alternator

Max generator amper90
Battery volume95


Frame dimensions

Exterior length, mm5295
Exterior width, mm1860
Exterior height, mm1780

Interior dimensions

Seat rows2
Cargo l1485
Cargo w1530
Cargo h465

Chassis dimensions

Wheel base, mm3095
Turning radius, m6.1
Wheel spacing front1570
Wheel spacing rear1570

Weight and permissible load

Mass, kg2075
Max capacity975
Max. weight3050
Trailer max weight wobrakes750
Trailer max weight wbrakes3500


Fuel tank capacity, l76


AddinfoEngine crankcase protection;Transfer case protection;Fuel tank fire protection;Rear underride guard integrated with rear bumper;Cab access handrail in front stanchions;Folding type roof rails in front door area;Folding type roof rails in rear door area;Clothes hooks;2 front towing hooks;Service kit (jack with detachable arm, wheel wrench, wrench set, screwdriver, pliers);Tire repair kit for damaged tire;Child lock in back doors;Roof console with glasses holder;Side running boards

Suspension specs

Suspension specs

Front stabilizeryes
Front suspensionIndependent on double wishbones
Rear suspensionDependent, spring loaded

Wheel rims

Aluminium wheelyes
Front wheel disk18X7J
Rear wheel disk18X7J


Front wheels255/60 R18
Rear wheels255/60 R18


Front brakeVentilated discs
Rear brakedrum brakes



Halogen headlightsyes
Led lightsoption
Diod head lightsoption
Front fog lampsyes
Led backlightsyes
Rear fog lampsyes
Additional stop lightyes

Side mirrors

Exterior mirrors in body colorno
Side mirrors with repeaters indicatorsyes
Power adjustable door mirrorsyes
Door mirrors heatingyes


Door handles in body colorno
Chrome door handlesyes


Rear glass heatyes


BumpersFront bumper painted in body color. Rear bumper chrome-plated, with central step. Grille in chrome.
Rear mudflapsyes


Steering wheel and center panel

Leather windingyes
Adjustable steeringyes
Telescopic steeringno
Tilt steeringyes
Audio control on steering wheelyes
Env tempyes
Engine start buttonyes

Interior design

Cloth upholsteryno
Leather upholsteryyes
PanelsSilver steering wheel spokes decor, interior handles and door locking keys in silver


2nd row60/40 ratio fold seat
Seat lifteryes
Headrests for seats5
Separating armrest frontyes
Separating armrest rearyes
Seats pocketsyes

Electric interior package

Power adjustable driver seatyes
Power ajustable front seatno
Front seat heateryes
Centralized door lockyes
Keyless enteryes
Power window frontyes
Power window rearyes

Additional interior equipment

Smokers packetyes
AC plugyes



Drivers airbagyes
Passengers airbagyes
Side airbagyes
Curtain airbagsyes

Children safety

isofix baryes

Active and passive safety

3 point safety beltyes
Safety belt pretensioneryes
Safety belt limiteryes

Electronic security and traffic control systems

Electronic Brake Distributionyes
Break assistyes
traction controloption
Down hill assistoption
Hill-start assist control systemoption
Cruise controlyes



Air conditioneryes
Automatic air conditioningyes
Air filteryes

Audio systems

CD playeroption
MP3 Supportoption
Hands freeoption
Additional sound equipmentDIN-E audio plug with a recess for small items underneath, antenna, 2 speakers / 8 speakers (optional)

Navigation and video equipment

Full color LCD display7" touchscreen (optional)
Navigation systemoption
Back monitoroption

Additional amenities

Anti-glare effectyes
Mirrors in sunshieldsyes
Onboard computeryes
LightLight bulb in the center of the cabin with delayed switch-off function, two lamps for driver and passenger in overhead console with delayed switch-off function

Car safety

Alarm systemyes

Driver Kit

Spare tireno

2019 Isuzu D-MAX II TFR 3.0D AT Energy (177 Hp) specs

This article is about a truck manufacturer. For the fictional character, see Isuzu Sohma. For a ship, see Japanese cruiser Isuzu.

Isuzu Motors Ltd. (いすゞ自動車株式会社, Isuzu Jidōsha Kabushiki-gaisha?), (TYO: 7202) is a Japanese car, commercial vehicle and heavy truck manufacturing company, headquartered in Tokyo. In 2005, Isuzu was the world's largest manufacturer of medium to heavy duty trucks. It has assembly and manufacturing plants in the Japanese city of Fujisawa, as well as in the prefectures Tochigi and Hokkaidō. Isuzu is famous for producing commercial vehicles and diesel engines - it produced 16 million diesel engines in 2003 alone, which can be found in vehicles all over the world.

In most of Asia, Africa, and Europe, Isuzu is mostly known for trucks of all sizes, after Isuzu small automobile sales drastically plummeted and Isuzu had to drop all sales of sedans and compact cars in the late 1990s. In the United States, Isuzu is mostly known for manufacturing rebadged Chevrolet Colorados as the Isuzu i-290 and the i-370, and also GMC's Envoy has been rebadged as the Isuzu Ascender. These are currently the only passenger vehicles Isuzu markets in the United States. Isuzu as a corporation has always been primarily a manufacturer of small to medium compact automobiles and commercial trucks of sizes medium duty and larger, but markets around the world show different needs. Isuzu has a contract with Budget Truck Rental to manufacture their rental trucks. This contract is also shared with Ford, GMC, and Navistar International.

On November 7, 2006, Toyota acquired 5.9% of Isuzu, making them the third largest shareholder behind ITOCHU and Mitsubishi Corporation.

  • 1916 - Tokyo Ishikawajima Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd. and Tokyo Gas and Electric Industrial Co. cooperatively plan to build automobiles.
  • 1918 - A technical cooperation with Wolseley Motor Company (UK) is initiated. In 1922 the first Wolseley model A-9 car is domestically produced. The CP truck follows two years later.
  • 1933 - Ishikawajima Automotive Works merges with DAT Automobile Manufacturing and changes its name to Automobile Industries Co., Ltd.
  • 1934 - A meeting with the Ministry of Trade and Industry results in the renaming of the truck to Isuzu, after the Isuzu River. The word translated into English means "fifty bells".
  • 1949 - Isuzu is adopted as company name.
  • 1953 - With technical assistance of Rootes (UK) the Hillman Minx passenger car is produced.
  • 1971 - A capital agreement with General Motors is signed.
  • 1972 - The Chevrolet LUV becomes the first Isuzu-built vehicle to be sold in the United States. A decade later, it is replaced by a domestic vehicle, the Chevrolet S-10.
  • 1973 - Isuzu introduces the Gemini, which is co-produced with General Motors. It is sold in the United States as Buick's Opel by Isuzu.
  • 1981 - Isuzu-branded consumer and commercial vehicles are successfully exported to the United States. The Isuzu P'Up is the first model sold to consumers as an Isuzu, instead of a Chevrolet or Buick.
  • 1987 - SIA (Subaru-Isuzu Automotive) is established as a joint venture with Fuji Heavy Industries (parent company of Subaru). Shortly thereafter, the Lafayette, Indiana plant becomes operational.
  • 1993 - Isuzu ceases to export the Stylus (Geo Spectrum), its last cars in America, after ending the Impulse (Geo Storm) the year before.
  • 1994 - Isuzu announces new vehicle exchange program with Honda, providing Honda with the Isuzu Rodeo (to be sold as the Honda Passport) and Isuzu Trooper (to be sold as the Acura SLX) and providing Isuzu with the Honda Odyssey (to be sold as the Isuzu Oasis). This has the effect of adding two SUVs to Honda's lineup and a minivan to Isuzu's lineup.
  • 1996 - Isuzu's sales peak in the United States.
  • 1998 - General Motors and Isuzu form DMAX, a joint venture to produce diesel engines. Isuzu resurrects the beloved Amigo. The uniquely styled VehiCROSS concept is unveiled.
  • 1999 - GM raises its stake in Isuzu to 49%, effectively gaining control of the company. GM quickly follows this up with the appointment of an American GM executive to head Isuzu's North American Operations. This is the first time a non-Japanese executive has ever held such a high position at Isuzu. The U.S. introduction of the production version of the heralded VehiCROSS is met with mixed reviews, as its high pricetag, unique styling and two-door configuration don't seem to meet with market demands.
  • 2000 - Concept convertible version of the VehiCROSS appears in the movie Mission to Mars.
  • 2001 - Joe Isuzu, the immensely popular pitchman with implausible claims, is hired once again to promote the new Axiom. Isuzu sales begin to slide due to the aging of the Rodeo and Trooper, and poor management & lack of assistance from GM. Isuzu changes the name of the 2-door Amigo convertible to Rodeo Sport in an attempt to associate it with the better selling 4-door Rodeo. Movie Spy kids features Isuzu Axiom and Trooper.
  • Early 2002 - Fuji Heavy Industries (Subaru's parent company) buys Isuzu's share of Lafayette, Indiana plant. Subaru Isuzu Automotive (SIA) becomes Subaru of Indiana Automotive. After 8 years of heavy Honda Passport sales and light Isuzu Oasis sales, Honda and Isuzu cooperatively end their vehicle exchange agreement. The Oasis is dropped, and Honda replaces the Passport with the Pilot. Also, it was Isuzu's last year for passenger vehicles in Canada, as Isuzus in Canada were mostly sold at Saturn-Saab dealerships.
  • Late 2002 - Isuzu begins the re-purchase of its stock from shareholders, primarily General Motors. Isuzu reduces GM's 49% share to 12% as part of this comprehensive recapitalization plan. As part of this reorganization, GM gains full control of DMAX and Isuzu Motors Polska, as well as ownership of all diesel engine designs from Isuzu. Isuzu drops the venerable Trooper from the North American lineup.
  • 2003 - The Rodeo Sport is discontinued.
  • July 2004 - Production of the Rodeo and Axiom cease. Sales in North America slow to just 27,188, with the discontinued Rodeo and Axiom making up 71% of that total. The number of Isuzu dealerships in the U.S. begins a rapid decline.
  • 2005 - Isuzu dealers in the United States have only 2 models: the Ascender and the i-series pickup truck. The i-series is a rebadged Chevrolet Colorado, the Ascender is a re-badged GMC Envoy. At this point, Isuzu in the United States is primarily a distributor of medium duty trucks such as the NPR series. These vehicles are sourced both from Japan and U.S. plants in Janesville, WI and Flint, MI. Isuzu has 290 light-vehicle dealers in the U.S. as of August 2006, and sells an average of just two Ascenders per dealer per month. Plans to introduce a new Thai-built SUV, expected to be added for 2007, are shelved; Isuzu Motors Limited believes that a new SUV would be too risky and proceeds with the launch of the i-series trucks. Rumors of Isuzu's withdrawal from the U.S. market are rampant. Despite extremely low sales figures of 12,177 passenger vehicles for 2005 (with leftover Axiom and Rodeos making up 30% of this), Isuzu Motors America announces its first profit in years, mainly due to restructuring cuts.
  • 2006 - Production of the 7-passenger Ascender ends in February with the closure of GM's Oklahoma City Assembly plant, leaving Isuzu with the 5-passenger Ascender, built in Moraine, Ohio, and the low-selling i-Series as its only retail products. The company sold just 1,504 vehicles in North America in the first two months of 2006. Isuzu finally purchases its remaining shares from GM, but claims the companies will continue their current relationship. There is no word as of April 12, 2006 on the effect this will have on DMAX USA operations.
  • June 2006 - Isuzu and GM Agree to establish Joint Venture called "LCV Platform Engineering Corporation (LPEC)" to develop a new pickup. Isuzu says it will use its engineering expertise to develop the pickup and GM will develop derivatives based on the integrated platform.
  • November 2006 - Toyota purchases 5.9% of Isuzu and the two companies agree to study possible business collaboration focusing on the areas of R&D and production of diesel engines, related emissions-control, and other environmental technologies.
  • January 2007 - Isuzu, along with General Motors Companies, release an update to the LCV range, with a 3.0 litre common rail diesel motor, with far more torque and power to its predecessor
  • August 2007 - Isuzu and Toyota agree to develop a 1.6-liter diesel engine for use in Toyota vehicles sold in European markets. Details of development, production and supply of the diesel engine, are still under discussion, but in principle, Isuzu will play the leading role. Production is scheduled to begin around 2012.
  • January 30, 2008 - Isuzu announces complete withdrawal from the US market, effective January 31, 2009. It will continue to provide support and parts. The decision was mainly affected by both slowing sales, and GM's decision to replace the GMC Canyon/ Chevrolet Colorado and the Chevrolet Trailblazer with newer models that would not be able to be rebadged and sold as Isuzus. Isuzu had been experiencing a slow decline since the late 1990s. In less than 10 years, they had gone from selling a complete line of cars, trucks, and SUVs, into being a specialized SUV maker, and finally selling only a pair of rebadged, General Motors Trucks. They will continue to sell commercial vehicles in the U.S.

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