Pickup Paradise! The SsangYong Musso Rhino 🦏 Vs. The Isuzu D-Max DL20

What do you do when you have two pick ups on review? Compare them!

We have had the new SsangYong Musso Rhino LWB (Long Wheelbase) on review for the six days, and today the new Isuzu D-Max DL20 Double Cab arrived.

Both are robust, rugged and capable pick ups, and we have enjoyed putting previous generations through their paces - long distance journies and green laning. So where do you start?

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Let's look at the SsangYong Musso Rhino first. With over 60 years of commercial vehicle know-how, the South Korean partnered with Daimler Benz in 1993, and the Musso was born.
• Powered by a 2.2Litre Turbo Diesel Engine
• Available in Auto and Manual Gearboxes
• Produces 420 Newton meters of torque
• Economy between 28 and 30mpg
• 178 BHP
• Trims = EX, Rebel, Saracen and Rhino
• Prices for the range start from £23,495.00

And now, the Isuzu D-Max. Isuzu have been creating commercial vehicles since 1916, and the D-Max hit the U.K. in 2012.
• Powered by a 1.9Litre Turbo Diesel Engine
• Available in Auto and Manual Gearboxes
• Produces 360 Newton meters of torque
• Economy is 30mpg for the auto & 35mpg for the manual
• 160 BHP
• Trims = Business, All Purpose and Adventure
• Prices for the range start from £26,795.00

Which one would you choose?

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