Isuzu UTE Australia celebrates their 10 year anniversary and show no signs of slowing down. Over the last 10 years Isuzu UTE Australia has been dedicated to listening to Australian consumers’ feedback to continually improve both the D-MAX & MU-X. 2018 also marks the launch of the D-MAX LS-T with both 4x4 and 4x2 models joining the line-up.
In a world first for Isuzu, the Isuzu D-MAX & MU-X launches with Euro5 emissions compliant drivetrain developed exclusively for Australia. With the upgraded 3.0L turbo diesel producing 430Nm of torque and with new 6-speed automatic & manual transmissions, the new D-MAX & MU-X is designed to impress in the demanding Australian market.
Following strong EOFY sales in June, Isuzu UTE Australia reached a milestone of 90,000 vehicle sales in the Australian Market since the launch back in 2008.
Eagerly anticipated for years, Isuzu brings back a serious 7-seat SUV that offers a balanced combination of performance, comfort, style and off-road ability. Sales commenced in Australia in December 2013.
The dawn of a new era for Isuzu D-MAX. The totally new D-MAX landed in Australia and brought with it new levels of power, comfort & safety.
The new look Isuzu D-MAX is launched to a demanding Australian audience, continuing the tradition of Isuzu UTE's tough, stylish and economical vehicle line-up.
Isuzu UTE Australia launches locally with the internationally branded D-MAX, taking on the tough local market with a powerful and efficient 3.0L common-rail turbo diesel engine.
The internationally branded Isuzu D-MAX Ute is launched. It's the 5th generation of isuzu ute to carry Isuzu into the new millennium.
Keeping ahead of global styling trends, Isuzu's 4th generation Ute hits the streets with a more refined exterior and a smooth aerodynamic design.
The 3rd generation was released in 1988, which offered the widest body in its class, therefore enabling a roomier cabin. Additionally, the large door mirrors, side turn lamp signals and rear combustion lamps improved the vehicle's visibility for greater safety.
A proud year for Isuzu Motors and a lasting legacy, Isuzu produces the world's first Space Cab model.
The 2nd generation of Isuzu Ute goes into production, and is a global success story, known in the lucrative US market as the Isuzu P'up, this iconic vehicle still has legions of followers today.
In the same year that Isuzu Motors signed a capital agreement with General Motors, the Isuzu Faster is released as our 1st generation Ute and exported all around the world.
Moving in passenger cars, the Isuzu Bellett goes into production, soon to become one of Japan's most successful global vehicle exports.
Continuing with a defining year in the Isuzu company history, the groundbreaking Isuzu Wasp is released as the 1st ute in Isuzu's history.
Ten years later in 1959, Isuzu launced the Elf in Japan or internationally known N-Series light duty truck.
Following a successful decade, the company takes on the Isuzu name, and Isuzu Motors Limited is established to focus on vehicle production.
On April 9, 1937, Automobile Industries merged with Tokyo Gas & Electric Co. to establish Tokyo Automobile Industries Co., Ltd. Isuzu regards this date as the official establishing day of the present Isuzu Motors Ltd.
In 1933, a government standard model vehicle was completed and the following year the vehicle was badged "Isuzu".
After 4 years of development, the Wolseley A9 becomes the first passenger vehicle produced in Japan.
The Company initiated vehicle manufacturing, starting a passenger production venture with British automaker, Wolseley Motor Ltd.
Isuzu's history started in 1916 when Tokyo Ishikawajima Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Limited and Tokyo Gas & Engineering Company collaborated for vehicle development.