New Sasol GTC cars set for thrills

The iconic Grand Prix Circuit will present a new challenge to the GTC drivers as they tackle the country’s fastest racetrack on June 16.

Suzuki’s new Swift hatch and sedan in SA

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Isuzu launches new workhorse

2004-11-24 09:04

The Isuzu KB 200i long wheelbase single cab pick-up is unique to South Africa and results from an engineering and development partnership between General Motors South Africa, Isuzu, and Holden in Australia.

"A significant engineering element of the 5th Generation KB project for South Africa was the development of a unique 2-litre petrol derivative for our local market," says Malcolm Gauld," GMSA's sales and marketing director.

GMSA believes that this 2-litre Isuzu will be popular amongst fleet owners as a workhorse delivery vehicle.

The 4-cylinder HEC 2.0 single overhead camshaft engine has multi-point fuel injection.

Maximum power is 88 kW at 5 400 r/min and torque peaks at 174 Nm at 3 200 r/min.

More than 70% of that torque is available from a 1 200 r/min through to 6 000r/min.


  • Height adjustable three point seat belts
  • Load sensing brake proportioning valve
  • Adjustable Active head restraints
  • Door mounted side impact beams
  • Aspherical side mirrors
  • Transponder key immobiliser system
  • Spare wheel lock
  • Anti-theft door bracket
  • Coil spring front suspension
  • 5.5JX14 steel wheels fitted with 195R14 tyres.
  • Vinyl seat covering
  • Power steering
  • Illuminated and lockable glove box
  • Day/night rear view mirror
  • Auxiliary power point in dash
  • Coolant level warning buzzer
  • Digital clock
  • Remote fuel flap release
  • Cab protector
  • Mud flaps front and rear
  • Double skinned load box with tie-down hooks
  • Tubular full width rear step bumper
  • Radio antenna pre-fitted
  • Pre-wired for cell phone kit


  • R132 616

    Service intervals are 15 000 km/12 months.


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