Included in the new range is a significantly up-rated version of the 2.5-litre D-TEQ turbo-diesel for the Fleetside and LE models, and the single cab KB 250 LE model which is the vehicle we feature in these road impressions. Itâ€™s interesting to note that the KB nomenclature is unique to Southern Africa having been in use since 1981.
The Isuzu KB Single Cab is a true workhorse purpose built to get the job done, and yet the new models come with comfort and conveniences that have all been the preserve of higher spec passenger vehicles.
Externally the new Isuzu-KB-single-cab-bakkie-is fitted with a new centre high mounted stop lamp for added visibility, new combination LED lamp clusters, and the LE rides on 5-arm macho alloy wheels which on the press vehicle were shod with chunky 255/65R17 Goodyear Highway tyres with we are told improves rolling resistance, and the load box is constructed with extra thick metal gauge to take on any load, and rugged, black plastic rear step bumper, black front bumper and valance.
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