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Earlier this month, Isuzu Motor India teased the D-Max V-Cross BS6 ahead of its launch in the Indian market. The teaser image of the upcoming pick-up has been released on the brand's website and across its social media handles. However, along with that, the company will also launch a base-spec Hi-Lander variant of the D-Max.
According to the latest article by TeamBHP, the D-Max Hi-Lander variant was spotted at the dealership ahead of its launch. As seen in the images, the exterior changes of the BS6 D-Max V-Cross Hi-lander are not expected to feature any major design changes. The pick-up truck features steel wheels, a tweaked front bumper and around 225mm of ground clearance.
On the inside, the Hi-Lander gets basic interiors. The SUV does not get an infotainment system, gets basic climate control, an analogue instrument cluster and a single tone interior finished in black.
Mechanically, the D-Max Hi-Lander could be offered with an updated BS6 version of the 1.9-litre diesel engine. It produces a maximum of 148bhp of power and a peak torque of 350Nm mated to a six-speed automatic gearbox. Power will be delivered to all the wheels with a selectable four-wheel-drive system.
Thoughts About The Isuzu D-Max Hi-Lander BS6
The Japanese automaker is finally looking to launch the BS6 D-Max Hi-Lander in the Indian market. The upcoming pick-up gets some minor cosmetic changes. Once launched, the Hi-Lander along with the D-Max V-Cross will be the only pick-up SUV offering for private buyers in the Indian market. The Hi-Lander variant is rumoured to cost Rs 5 lakh more than the D-Max S-Cab.