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Auto Styling Truckman launches Extra Cab hardtop for D-Max

Auto Styling Truckman has launched the Truckman Classic hard top for the Isuzu D-Max.

With the introduction of this new hardtop, Auto Styling Truckman now offers both Extra Cab and Double Cab versions of the Truckman Classic for the current D-Max model. These UK manufactured hardtops add a new option to the range of hardtop varieties the company offers for Isuzu pick-up trucks.

The D-Max Mk 4 Extra Cab Classic is a strong commercial hardtop with steel reinforcements, which make it incredibly robust. The hardtop’s high roof, designed to allow maximum storage in the truck-bed, can carry a load of up to 55kg.

The Extra Cab Classic also has one of the strongest rear doors on the market with a locking handle which provides additional security. The Classic is an ideal solution for contractors who need to carry large amounts of equipment securely.  

Manufactured in a Gel White finish as standard, the wipe down interior of the hardtop ensures it is easily maintained and won’t be damaged by jet washing or heavy scrubbing. 

Mike Wheeler, managing director of Auto Styling Truckman, said: “The Truckman Classic range is one of our most popular commercial hardtops and we believe the new Extra Cab model will be a valuable addition for contractors using D-Max Mk 4 vehicles. 

“We are continually developing our range of British-designed, British-built hardtops.  This year’s new Extra Cab products have been made possible by the £375,000 investments we have made in our factory, which has doubled our manufacturing capacity. Adding the extra space and capacity has ensured that we can respond quickly to the needs of our market and quickly produce hardtops manufactured to the highest specification by our expert engineers.”


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