Known for its durability and powerful performance, ISUZU’s D-Max is up to any task. No wonder country singer Derek Ryan wanted to feature the ISUZU D-Max in his latest music video, “Thank God for the Farmers”. The ideal vehicle for any situation, the D-Max is superior in reliability, performance and safety.
Generously provided by one of our dealers, Mr Willie Corrigan of Corrigan Cars in Kilree, Muine Bheag, Co. Carlow, Harris Group were honoured to have one of our vehicles featured in the music video. Moreover, we were delighted to support the music video which has an important message of thanking farmers for all their hard work keeping the nation fed and watered through a turbulent year of lockdown after lockdown. Out now, “Thank God for the Farmers” shows the ISUZU D-Max in all its glory, both on and off road.
As a result of ISUZU’s extensive experience in creating the finest commercial vehicles, the D-Max uses the latest technologies to provide the best driving experience possible. The future of tough, the D-Max is engineered to provide phenomenal performance.
With its innovative, new suspension system, ISUZU has minimised body roll while maintaining payload and improving comfort. In addition, the D-Max implements the latest under armor technology for protection against rocks, knocks and anything else coming your way! Moreover, with the wading depth increased to 800mm, the ISUZU D-Max is ready for all the elements.
Designed with you in mind, the D-Max provides greater peace of mind with its superior build and safety features. Including hill start assist, hill descent control, larger breaks, pedestrian protection software & a reinforced cabin, safety has never been better.
With greater performance and safety, the D-Max provides the greatest experience yet, with the addition of all the bells and whistles including a large, customisable Apple Carplay and Android Audio, voice recognition, USB ports and up to 8 speakers.Wherever your journey takes you, the ISUZU D-Max is ready for an adventure; it’s up to you how far you’ll go.