Pick-up trucks are often considered utilitarian vehicles. However, the V-Cross has been positioned by Isuzu in India as a lifestyle vehicle. The company has given the V-Cross a midlife refresh. It also increased its premium quotient by adding features and small touches that fit in with its lifestyle image. 

It's also available with two engine-transmission options: the 2.5-litre diesel engine with 5-speed manual gearbox and an all-new, 1.9-litre diesel engine coupled to a 6-speed auto. The range-topping Z Prestige variant gets the new 1.9-litre diesel engine, mated with the 6-speed automatic transmission. You can book your all-new Isuzu D-Max Ute via https://www.parramattaisuzuute.com.au/new-vehicles/d-max/.

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The Isuzu V-Cross, a classic ladder-frame pickup truck, is equipped with four-wheel-drive. This pick-up truck commands more attention than most cars, and it towers above hatchbacks and sedans as well as the current crop of compact SUVs. It also has a longer length than most cars.

The Isuzu D-Max V-Cross has incredible dimensions. It received a facelift that included new bi-beam LED headlamps equipped with DRLs, massive chrome grilles and chrome inserts around its fog lamps. Although the Isuzu is now equipped with larger alloys of 18 inches, it's not possible to hide the huge gaps between the wheel arches. A new step is added to the sides, and the roof has a shark-fin antenna. The rear tail-lamps are equipped with LED elements.

A chunky chrome bumper and numerous badges make the rear look cluttered. The cargo area, with a weight carrying capacity of 235-kilos is still visible. The bed cladding has been covered in plastic. Most of the changes were made to the interiors. The interiors have been made all-black to match the outdoorsy feel. They also won't stain as easily as the previous beige.