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Isuzu imports D-MAX

Isuzu imports D-MAX

VEHICLE distributor K-Cambodia Co said Wednesday that it has imported five Isuzu D-MAX 2010 pickups from Thailand to sell in the local market for the first time. K-Cambodia Vice President Chea Huy said the company planned to import an additional 20 pickups made by the Japanese car and truck manufacturer in 2010, anticipating that the model would be a “good seller” in the future. Since its world debut in Thailand in 2002, where the D-MAX is produced, more than 600,000 models have been exported to 86 countries, General Manager of Isuzu Operations (Thailand) Hisao Ito said.

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