Fed-up with all those Raptor-wannabes filling your mirrors with their body-kitted Ford Rangers? Well you're in luck, because Isuzu is launching the limited edition D-MAX Arctic AT 35 in SA in May . It is basically a standard 300 4x4 Double Cab LX Auto fitted with a raised suspension system developed in collaboration with Arctic Trucks, an Icelandic company renowned for re engineering 4x4 vehicles. It’s 48mm taller than the standard model and rides a full 268mm off the ground — ideal for ramping anything from kerbs to traffic islands. And just in case nobody notices all that, Isuzu has also bolted on a set of flared wheel arches that not only add 180mm of width but also a healthy dose of “don’t-make-me-get-down-from-here” attitude. “The very exclusive Isuzu D-MAX Arctic AT 35 is aimed at the customer who wants an extremely capable but thoroughly unique bakkie that certainly stands out from the crowd, but demands a properly engineered solution,” says Dominic Rimmer, Executive, Technic...

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