Looking tough - pics of new Isuzu KB

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  1. The new Isuzu D-Max (KB) has been unveiled in Thailand and like the current one, it will be built and sold in South Africa. Three turbodiesel engines are offered, the most powerful being a 132kW 3-litre.
  2. The new Isuzu D-Max (KB) has been unveiled in Thailand and like the current one, it will be built and sold in South Africa. Three turbodiesel engines are offered, the most powerful being a 132kW 3-litre.
  3. The new Isuzu D-Max (KB) has been unveiled in Thailand and like the current one, it will be built and sold in South Africa. Three turbodiesel engines are offered, the most powerful being a 132kW 3-litre.
  4. The new Isuzu D-Max (KB) has been unveiled in Thailand and like the current one, it will be built and sold in South Africa. Three turbodiesel engines are offered, the most powerful being a 132kW 3-litre.
  5. The new Isuzu D-Max (KB) has been unveiled in Thailand and like the current one, it will be built and sold in South Africa. Three turbodiesel engines are offered, the most powerful being a 132kW 3-litre.
  6. The new Isuzu D-Max (KB) has been unveiled in Thailand and like the current one, it will be built and sold in South Africa. Three turbodiesel engines are offered, the most powerful being a 132kW 3-litre.
  7. The new Isuzu D-Max (KB) has been unveiled in Thailand and like the current one, it will be built and sold in South Africa. Three turbodiesel engines are offered, the most powerful being a 132kW 3-litre.
  8. The new Isuzu D-Max (KB) has been unveiled in Thailand and like the current one, it will be built and sold in South Africa. Three turbodiesel engines are offered, the most powerful being a 132kW 3-litre.
 

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Sakkie, wrote

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09:07am on 10 October 2011
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Front looks okay, if not good. That loadbin looks out of proportion, is that why there's no pic of it? ....AND WHERE'S OUR MODERN FRONTIER!!!! WAKE UP!!

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Dieselhead, wrote

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02:01pm on 9 October 2011
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I agree with all those who miss the old Frontier, or its replacement. It was a really lovely little bus. Sorry I sold mine!!!

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Compensator, wrote

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09:51pm on 8 October 2011
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Wow, it looks delicious. After moving from DTeq (stable @ 120kmh in gravel) to D4D (stable @45kmh in gravel), I really can't wait to do floor crossing. Where at though Frontier! Though I never drove 1, but the thought of owning one.

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Bass Master, wrote

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11:54am on 8 October 2011
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That must be a tall Dude, otherwise Isuzu have made a big balls up! Thank goodness I still have my 2 Isuzu Frontiers. Isuzu lost the plot almost 10 years ago! Proof takes the form of the Toyota Fortuna!!!!!

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Anonymous, wrote

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06:02am on 8 October 2011
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Looks generic, and I hope it doesn't still sound like a tractor.

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Rayjay, wrote

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01:54pm on 7 October 2011
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Looks awful, esp. from the front. 'More car-like features' means it's going to sit low on the ground, it's shorter than the little Thai guy standing next to it!

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fred, wrote

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01:28pm on 7 October 2011
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Hope the clearance and 3 "ängles" under are better than old one.Otherwise just another 4x4 needing costly modifications!!( If you build 4x4s why not spec the bloody things correctly)

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Anonymous, wrote

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11:13am on 7 October 2011
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The front looks perfect. Hope there is a choice of a non-crome grill, as on picture-4 (with a man standing). Interior is modern, far better than the new Hillux. Rating...910. Can do without the little antena and roof racks. Just like the Hillux, needs a designer for wheels. I wonder how the rear looks. Hope the price will be reasonable. Pleasant supprise though.

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