I recently reviewed the Isuzu KB Extended Cab and can confirm that it balances the benefits of the Single Cab and the Double Cab.
What impressed me most is the FlexDoors that provides for easy access to the storage area. When closed, the car looks exactly like a Single Cab but when FlexDoors are wide open, the car looks like a Double Cab.
Ideal for small to medium businesses, the model is available with the exciting, fuel-efficient new 2.5 litre diesel, high-output engine.
It features the Electronic Stability Control (ESC), which includes: Brake Assist, Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and ABS.
On the inside, the Isuzu KB Extended Cab features a simple yet excellently laid out compartment with logically and intuitively positioned controls. These controls are easy to reach and operate.
The state-of-the-art technology gives you music via CD, MP3, USB and Bluetooth audio streaming as well as added safety.
With four doors instead of two, the Isuzu KB Extended Cab boasts FlexDoors that provide easy access to the storage box behind the seats.
The exterior design lines flow endlessly from the side shape to the rear door, offering a visually melodious look.
The Isuzu KB Extended Cab is truly fuel efficient with great off-road capabilities. I was able to make a return trip from Johannesburg to Rustenburg, travel to and from work for days without filling up the tank.
- Power: 100kW at 3600rpm
- Torque: 320Nm at 1800 – 2800
- 0-100 km/h: N/A
- Top speed: N/A
- Fuel consumption: 7.6 litres/100km
- Fuel type: Diesel
- Fuel tank capacity: 80L
- Price: From R337 400
What we like about the car:
- It is fuel efficient
- Great off-road experience
- Luxury finishes
- It is solidly built
- Advanced audio system and sound quality
- Multiple storage spaces
What we don’t like about the car:
- The noise level is high
Five-wheel rating: 4/5