Isuzu introduces loan moratorium to keep customers moving

Pictured is the Isuzu D-Max Double Cab. The Isuzu D-Max enjoys an impressive reputation as one of the toughest and most frugal pick-up trucks on the market.

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KUCHING, June 15: Isuzu Malaysia is paving the path to normalcy for potential Isuzu D-Max customers by offering a moratorium for financing payments on new vehicles purchased from June 1-August 31, 2020.

Through the Isuzu Deferred Instalment Campaign, the first programme of its kind in the pick-up segment, the company hopes that customers can fortify their earnings by putting their brand new Isuzu D-Max pick-up trucks to work during the deferment period of either three or six months before needing to worry about loan repayments.

According to Isuzu Malaysia (Light Commercial Vehicle Division) chief operating officer Masayuki Suzuki, the objective of the moratorium is to help Malaysians move forward during this recovery period with the services of an efficient and versatile new Isuzu D-Max.

“A capable, dependable and frugal vehicle is a valuable asset today and a good pick-up truck makes economic sense be it for individuals or organisations. By providing this moratorium, Isuzu hopes that customers will be able to speedily attain their new normal,” said Suzuki today.


The Isuzu D-Max Single Cab is versatile and efficient.

The campaign in collaboration with Public Bank Berhad covers almost every model in the Isuzu D-Max range, offering up to 90 per cent financing margin for a maximum tenure of 84 months.

The minimum loan amount to qualify for this campaign is RM20,000. Potential customers will be able to select the most suitable Isuzu D-Max model to meet their individual requirements and budgets from the widest selection of pick-up truck variants available in Malaysia today.

The Isuzu D-Max enjoys an impressive reputation as one of the toughest and most frugal pick-up trucks on the market having proven its capabilities in grueling events such as the annual Borneo Safari off-road expedition where the Isuzu D-Max has served faithfully for the last 14 years. It has also completed long-distance challenges by driving from Bangkok to Singapore using just one tank of diesel.

The new range of Isuzu D-Max now comes with the advanced 1.9-litre Blue Power engine, the smallest engine capacity in the market thereby enjoying the cheapest road tax in its segment. Through breakthroughs in technology, the new engine provides even greater performance and fuel efficiency than the 2.5-litre model it replaces.

The Isuzu D-Max Single Cab at work.

Recently, the new 1.9-litre Single Cab version underlined its remarkable capabilities by traversing four of the highest peaks in Peninsular Malaysia carrying a tonne of load and covering a distance of 1,145km with fuel to spare underlining its capabilities as a dependable workhorse.

For a full list of Isuzu D-Max models and the nearest authorized dealer, visit https://isuzu.net.my/pickup/ or their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ISUZU.DMax.Malaysia/. — DayakDaily