Bluetooth connectivity for phone calls and audio streaming. An MP3 compatible sound system with an AM/FM radio, a CD player, AUX and Micro-USB inputs, and at least four speakers.
A leather-wrapped steering wheel with buttons for controlling the sound system. Air-conditioning, and a 12-volt outlet in the glovebox.
Six airbags: two directly in front of the driver and front passenger; one alongside each front occupant to protect the upper body; and a curtain airbag on each side protecting the heads of front and rear passengers.
Hill-start assist, which helps you start from rest on uphill slopes by controlling the brakes automatically.
Hill descent control, which helps you drive down steep and slippery tracks by controlling the brakes automatically, leaving you free to concentrate on steering the car.
Electronic Traction Control. This helps the car maintain drive on slippery surfaces, and is especially helpful with the four-wheel drive models in difficult going.
Electronic Stability Control, which helps prevent you from skidding out of control. This is mandatory on all passenger cars but not on commercial vehicles like the D-Max.
In addition, all but one D-Max has a colour touchscreen for controlling cabin functions, remote central locking, power windows, and cruise control that can be operated from buttons on the steering wheel. (The exception is the D-Max EX, a no-frills 4WD farm truck.)
A reversing camera is optional on every D-Max, and standard on the more expensive utes.
Every D-Max carries a five-year, 130,000km warranty.