The KB300's important figures are 130kW/380Nm from 1800-2800rpm, mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. It's fitted with 4WD Rotary Switch Control with a 2-speed transfer case. There's a rear-differential lock button below the facia, while modes can be shifted on the fly at speeds of up to 100km/h by toggling the switch along the gear lever. Combined fuel consumption is rated at a claimed 7.9-litres/100km from its 80-litre fuel tank. Usually fuel figures are always debatable and depends on driving style but the KB300 is rather fuel efficient.
Niceties include integrated LED Daytime Running Lights, a rearview camera, 18" alloys, keyless entry, leather seats and a touch-screen radio with navigation, mated with Bluetooth audio streaming capability. Once you've connected your phone to the car's Bluetooth, it stays connected even when you turn off the vehicle and start it up again.
It has a gear-shifter on the instrument cluster, an engine sop/start button. Other safety features include electronic stability control (ESC), with elements like brake assist, traction control, electronic brake-force distribution and anti-lock braking systems. The LX double cab is fitted with six airbags.
The Isuzu KB300 has a 5 Year / 120 000 km Warranty and a 5 Year / unlimited km Anti Corrosion Warranty.
The Isuzu KB300 has a 5 Year / 90 000 km Service plan, and the service intervals is every 15 000 km.
Source - Wheels24