NGO Team Up With ISUZU UK

The National Gamekeepers’ Organisation (NGO) is pleased to announce that it has teamed up with Isuzu UK, the Pickup Professionals, to offer members of the organisation even greater benefits.

Isuzu focus on building proper pick-ups, with customers specific pick-up needs at each vehicles core.  The award-winning Isuzu D-Max can tow the maximum 3.5 tonnes, has over 1.1 tonne payload and produces 164 PS power, with 40.4 mpg combined all with a Euro 6 compliant 1.9L Diesel engine without the need for AdBlue.

For total peace of mind, the new generation D-Max comes with a 5 Year/125,000-mile Warranty and 5 years’ roadside assistance in the UK and Europe as standard. Meaning that you’ve got peace of mind and a solid workhorse you can rely on.  Off-road, the Isuzu D-Max performs better than ever with a switchable 4×4 system, Electronic Stability Control and a Traction Control System with ABS. The award-winning Isuzu D-Max range is carefully crafted to offer you unrivalled pick-up capability and choice. The line up from the much-loved existing D-Max is retained; Utility, Eiger, Yukon, Utah and Blade with a range of single, extended and double cab variants available.

The NGO has set up a fleet deal which will enable NGO members access to a 10% discount on the entire range of Isuzu pick-up trucks which are built for work. NGO members need to present a valid membership card to their local Isuzu dealer when placing an order and the dealer will automatically add the discount to the vehicle.

Liam Bell, the NGO Chairman, said, “We are delighted that Isuzu has decided to become a partner with the NGO. The organisation represents the core of the shooting and country sports world with our members using 4x4s off road daily. To be associated with a brand like Isuzu was a no brainer decision”.

George Wallis, Communications Manager for Isuzu UK commented: “We’re pleased to work with the National Gamekeepers Organisation, as we know many of our customers are already active members. Isuzu pickups are made for people who actively use their vehicles for work, but also are suitable for everyday use – the perfect combination of work and play.

This is part of the NGO commitment to our members to provide them with additional benefits in addition to a strong voice for gamekeeping and shooting.

By | 2018-04-10T10:23:50+00:00 April 10th, 2018|British Shooting Show, Gamekeeping, Gundogs, Shooting News UK|0 Comments

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