The previous D-Max range line-up has been retained, so there are 'Utility', 'Eiger', 'Yukon', 'Utah' and 'Blade' trim levels, with a range of single, extended and double cab variants available.
The entry-level 'Utility' D-Max, priced from just under £17,000 ex VAT comes equipped with LED daytime running lights, Hill Start Assist, Hill Descent Control, Bluetooth connectivity, power windows and air conditioning. The 'Eiger' double cab (from around £21,500 ex VAT) adds a reversing camera, 16-inch alloy wheels, body coloured bumpers and an audio system with CD player and 6 speakers. For the same money, the mid-range 'Yukon' includes 18-inch alloy wheels, silver side steps, a 7-inch multi-function touchscreen, LED rear lights, Cruise Control, a rear load liner and a leather steering wheel.
The plusher 'Utah' (from just over £25,000 ex VAT) takes comfort up a notch with keyless entry with push button start, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, satellite navigation, a DAB digital radio, roof bars, leather upholstery with heated front seats, rear parking sensors and automatic air conditioning. Finally, the range-topping 'Blade' (from around £28,000 ex VAT) adds tinted windows, a 9-inch multi-function touchscreen, a remote locking lower tailgate, Blade puddle lamps, front and rear parking sensors and a colour-coded Aeroklas canopy or sports bar with roller cover.