The 2019 Isuzu Mux is one of Australia’s best-selling ute-derived SUVs. The Isuzu Mux 2019 update still lacks safety and advanced technology but drives better than ever before. For the 2019 MU-X, there is a small trim, a difference from the over-the-top steering wheel, and new wheels on the top model. The MU-X still lacks advanced safety technology such as emergency parking, which unlike Isuzu has been added in competition with all standard upgrades.
Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Ford Everest now have AEB as standard, while the Holden Trailblazer and Toyota Fortuner still do not have these safety features. While Fortuner hopes to get AEB mid-year when added to local HiLux, Isuzu and Holden ute-derived SUVs lookout for this high-security military until the next generation of theirs.
2019 Isuzu Mux Design
The 2019 Isuzu Mu-X features a modern and leather design. It’s got an aggressive front end with a grille grilled by the headlights. Its two sides are grouped by bulging wheel arches that give it a unique look. On the back, it has a horizontal bar connected by a chrome bar. Its equally modern interior features a neatly laid-out dashboard with infotainment system well integrated into the center stack. As expected by this class, it can seat up to seven. When it comes to basic features, the base variant gets a 12V accessory socket, while the rest of the lineup receives our 12V extension with our USB charging port. It has a total of nineteen stocks and twelve cup holders.
2019 Isuzu Mux Engine
The Isuzu MU-X was launched with a 134hp 2.5-liter turbodiesel, the larger 161hp 3.0-liter turbodiesel joined the lineup in 2015. Both motors are the last approved of the newest “Blue Power” powerplants. In 2017, a larger 3.0-liter 4JJ1-TCX “Blue Power” gas-fired engine was released; these rocks generate 175hp and 380Nm of torque. 4WD models receive Terrain Command Dial. This allows the driver to switch from 2H to 4H mode by simply hitting the knob, even up to speeds as high as 100km / h. For 2018, the 4×2 replacement gets a new small-displacement 1.9-liter RZ4E turbodiesel; This unit produces 148hp and 350Nm of torque. 4×2 converters can be offered with either a six-speed manual gearbox or six-speed automatic, while every 4×4 convertible comes equipped with a six-speed automatic.
The MU-X’s ladder has split its front with the D-Max waiting; its back is unique to the SUV. Climbing it has a double-wishbone front suspension; on the back, it has a five-link rear axle spring suspension. Stable pumps are standard on the front and rear. All of the above for the base 1.9 RZ4E 4×2 LS M / T four-wheel-drive disc brakes. The multi-topping 4×4 variant gets additional protection.
2019 Isuzu Mux Safety
At the safety department, all Isuzu MU-X converters come with driver and SRS airbags. All of the above-ground 1.9 RZ4E 4×2 LS M / T to standard with the anti-lock braking system. The 3.0-liter variant receives additional safety features such as the Electric Fire and Energy Control system. All seven passengers have a three-seater with emergency locking. The 2019 Isuzu Mux front row seats are fully adjustable and come with pre-adjustable voltage and load restrictions.