TJM releases full accessories list and prices for new D-Max

TJM accessories for D-Max

TJM has released its full list of accessories for the new D-Max becoming the first brand to market with kit for the new ute.

Last month TJM announced it would have a full range of accessories to suit the new Isuzu D-Max. And overnight it dropped its full catalogue of gear with prices for the new ute. 

Back in August, TJM’s head of customer experience Matt Logan said, “The new Isuzu D-Max is one of the most anticipated vehicle releases in some time and TJM is ready to gear up those vehicles with premium accessories that have been painstakingly designed to suit this specific model”.

The new Outback bull bar is the one that most buyers will be interested in thanks to its in-built 8000kg rated recovery points, preparation for a winch, driving lights and UHF CB antennas. It’s also got space to take the fitment of cost-optional LED fog lights. The TJM Outback bar for the D-Max lists from $2210 and is airbag compliant, compatible with the D-Max’s parking sensors and its camera-based safety system.

There’s a full range of underbody protection, all of it is 3mm thick shot blasted, e-coated and finished in a black powder coat for corrosion resistance and durability. Prices run from $190 to $250 depending on the part. And there are also replacement side steps, brush rails and step protection at the rear, as well as drawers, roller shutter covers for the tray, Airtec snorkels, tub liner, tailgate assister, and more.

And, like Ironman 4×4 with the release of its Foam Cell suspension for the D-Max, TJM has released its XGS range with replacements springs (leaf and coil), spaces, bushes and more to suit a 45mm lift.

Click on these Blue Words to see the full catalogue of TJM’s D-Max accessories.

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Isaac Bober has been writing about cars and 4x4s for more than 20 years, has worked on some of the country's biggest motoring magazines (remember what they were?), and launched Practical Motoring. Now he's back, back again... to share dad jokes and much more.

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