isuzu owner stories
No hair and make-up, no fancy lighting, no scripts - Just Isuzu drivers telling it like it is... Watch the drivers full stories below:
new: The wilson sisters upgrade 'maxie' and 'muxie'
A while back Isuzu Utes teamed up with the Wilson Sisters, the horse proud sisters from 'Keeping Up With The Kaimanawas.'
The Wilson Sisters recently upgraded their D-Max 'Maxie' and their MU-X 'Muxie.'
Check out our newest Owner Story with the Johnson Family - with no hair, no make up and no scripts, just Isuzu Owners telling it like it is...
NEW: THE JOHNSON FAMILY's OWNER STORY
The Johnsons have four sons and five utes across their Te Puke based family business. A hard working Kiwi family, used to tough work, so it's only fitting that they use D-Max's to get the job done, five to be exact.
NEW: Guy Slater's latest owner story
You might remember Guy Slater, the Spud Farmer from Timaru.
A third generation farmer, Guy Slater farms 600ha of wheat, barley and grass seed at the family farm in Geraldine and 500ha of potatoes in Ashburton. Their Geraldine farm is one of the few locally that hasn't been converted to dairy. Guy's father Rodger ran the farm before him and lives nearby. In Fact his house overlooks the Geraldine farm. He also drives and Isuzu D-Max - this is their story.
Guy recently upgraded his D-Max - find out what it is about his new ute that Guy is stoked with!
Poltech power works
From on-road to extreme off-road, and from suede boots to steel-toe-cap safety compliant boots... the Isuzu D-Max fleet of Poltech Power Works helps them get the job done.
Hard-working Kiwis who need vehicles that live up to their reputation, Matt Flowerday and Brad Ririnui of Bay of Plenty business GPS-it spend their days visiting farms and orchards around the country.
Their MU-X and D-Max utes get them where they need to go, but they’re also mobile billboards and off-site offices that provide the electricity they need to power their advanced equipment.