Isuzu dealers in 14 left-hand motoring countries across sub-Saharan Africa can now offer the KB 4x4 crew cab X-Rider model to their customers (initially in the 4x4 double cab derivative only).
Production for these left-hand drive markets began in September, with shipments commencing towards the end of the year.
Dominic Rimmer, general manager, planning and programme management, sub-Saharan Africa, said the X-Rider will also be exported to right-hand drive countries in and around South East Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Mauritius, and Seychelles.
"In our African markets, with a growing middle class, an increasing number of customers are moving into the leisure pick-up segment, for which the X-Rider offers the ideal combination of great styling and specifications," said Rimmer.
She turns heads, that's for sure. Especially the little (or shall I rather say big) black number I had. Ford introduced its limited-edition Ford Ranger FX4, based on its 3.2 TDCi Double Cab 4x4 models earlier this year...
In South Africa, bakkie fans are spoilt for choice with 19 KB derivatives in Isuzu's three body types. The X-Rider is powered by the 100kW/320Nm high-output version of Isuzu's 2.5-litre common rail direct injection turbodiesel engine.
The 18" wheels are shod with 255/60 Grabber AT all-terrain tyres as well as the inclusion of a sports bar; running boards; projector headlamps with a styled front bumper guard.
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