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Isuzu MU-X 2023: Resurge Again

Isuzu has experienced somewhat of a resurgence in recent years, and the Japanese company is now selling models that compete with some highly regarded rivals. Isuzu was always seen as the more agricultural alternative in local markets. Its family has expanded to include nine possibilities in its dual-cab D-Max line and six variations of the mechanically similar Isuzu MU-X 2023, providing both a utilitarian workhorse version and a more upscale option.

As a result, Isuzu claims that the new MU-X flagship model is the highest-specified car it has ever made. We are unsure of another statement that would be more interesting to look into.

The Isuzu MU-X gained popularity after going on sale in its second generation in 2021 as a result of a solid combination of standard features and refinement, which preserved the toughness that many people associated with the brand.

Isuzu has, however, given the entire D-Max and MU-X line-ups a minor update for 2023 that does not raise the asking price but adds some useful new technologies and updates the external design. If that’s not enough to get your attention, the range-topper we have here is also available for a brief period of time at a tempting drive-away price that saves thousands.

The MU-X received a midlife upgrade that included a change of standard technology, including the addition of tyre pressure monitoring. This broadens the already outstanding array of standard safety and driver aid features, which are highlighted by autonomous emergency braking with turn assistance and frontal collision warning.

In addition, eight airbags come standard, as are speed sign recognition, lane-departure warning and assistance, rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring and blind-spot monitoring.

The package also includes adaptive cruise control, although in practise it has an extremely wide range of variance and, when set to 62 km/h on a road with no traffic, would allow the car to go beyond the limit to 64 km/h and drop as low as 57 km/h – a fluctuation of 8 km/h. If Victoria police weren’t renowned for their tight enforcement of speed restrictions, this would seem like a minor issue.

Isuzu has also modified the blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic warning as part of the 2023 update to not activate while a trailer is hooked up, which is a savvy safety upgrade that many MU-X owners will enjoy. This change was made in response to the number of customers who tow with their MU-X.

Ahsan Khan
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