The new Land Rover Defender and Isuzu D-Max have been deemed “too aggressive” in the Euro NCAP head-on safety collision test.
JLR and Isuzu make first forays into rankings but, those apart, top 10s see limited shuffling of positions, reports Tom Sharpe
Technology advances mean vehicles are becoming more difficult to repair or recover. We report on what the RAC is doing to respond
Isuzu UK has just signed its biggest ever fleet deal, with the Environment Agency placing an order for 197 D-Max pick-ups after an extensive tendering process.
Auto Styling Truckman has launched the Truckman Classic hard top for the Isuzu D-Max.
Isuzu Truck has launched the Isuzu Genuine Parts Club at the CV Show.
Nottingham-based Pedigree Wholesale has specified the Isuzu marque as one of its vehicles in its fleet for the first time.
After 13 years and over 300,000 miles of dedicated service for a Wigan based supplier of construction hoist products Hoist-It Ltd, the company decided it was high time to replace its first Isuzu.
Five recovery trucks worth £230k are the newest additions to TCW Group, as the vehicle repair network invests to build the infrastructure needed for its ambitious nationwide expansion.
Five cars and a pick-up truck post impressive scores in the latest round of official crash tests.
The new Volvo V40 has become the highest scoring model in its segment in the latest EuroNCAP safety tests. It is one of five models scoring the maximum five stars in the latest results.
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