ARB accessorises all-new D-MAX

ARB has outlined its full list of accessories available for the 2021 Isuzu D-MAX.

ARB accessorises the all-new D-MAX

Australian aftermarket guru ARB has developed a range of accessories ready to fit to the 2021 Isuzu D-MAX.

Up front, a Summit bar has been designed to tailor to the revised shape of the new D-MAX. Not only does the bar protect vital engine components in the event of a vehicle accident or animal strike, it has provisions for driving lights and UHF aerials, as well as twin ARB Jack or Hi-Lift jack points.

The new shape of the tub also meant ARB had to redesign its Classic and Classic Plus canopies, which feature lift-up or sliding side windows. The canopy also houses a range of ARB's roof-carrying accessories including the new BASE Rack.

ARB has confirmed the new D-MAX can also be fitted with a set of Outback Solutions drawers, as well as Tailgate Assist.

ARB says it has a selection of gear in the pipeline, which will be ready towards the end of the year. This includes Old Man Emu suspension including a GVM upgrade; the Ascent canopy; Sportlid; Sportguard; ute liner; a range of bullbars, rear step tow bars; under vehicle protection; and recovery points.

The all-new D-MAX, which shares it core architecture with the 2021 Mazda BT-50, landed on local soil in September this year, boasting a refreshed style, refined drivetrain, advanced safety systems netting it a five-star ANCAP safety rating, and a price hike.

To give your D-MAX the ARB treatment, head to: www.arb.com.au

 

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