Car Insurance for Isuzu

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, updated on June 26th, 2023       

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Isuzu UTE Australia, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi, specialises in high-quality utes and SUVs in the form of its D-MAX and MU-X vehicles. If you own one of these vehicles, it is important you have appropriate car insurance cover so you are properly protected on the road. That’s where Savvy comes in handy.

With our 100% free comparison service, you can compare some of Australia’s leading car insurers side-by-side and find deals in minutes. Get started with a free, no-obligation quote today.

Isuzu D-MAX

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How much does it cost to insure an Isuzu in Australia?

The cost of insuring your Isuzu in Australia depends on a variety of factors specific to you, your car and your insurer.

However, as an example, if you wanted to insure your 2020 Isuzu D-MAX 4-door cab chassis, you could expect to pay between approximately $1,073 and $3,137 a year, or $122 and $293 per month, for your insurance if you agreed a $900 excess. This is based on the below assumptions:  

  • 40-year-old male driver living in Sydney (postcode 2000)
  • Average distance driven per year of 15,000km
  • 5+ years without making a claim (no-claim bonus Rating 1)
  • Car parked in a garage
  • No drivers of this vehicle will be under the age of 21

Please note the above premiums were sourced in June 2023 from a range of Australian car insurance providers. This quote may change depending on a number of factors specific to you and your profile.

You can compare offers for all Isuzu models currently available in Australia, including the following:

  • D-MAX
  • MU-X

What factors can influence the car insurance price for my Isuzu?

Age and experience

Younger and less experienced drivers, particularly those under 25 years old, often face higher insurance premiums due to their perceived higher risk. More experienced drivers may benefit from lower rates.

Driving record

Your driving history, including any past accidents, traffic violations or claims, can impact your insurance premiums. A clean driving record with no or minimal incidents may result in lower rates.

Usage and mileage

How you use your Isuzu, whether for personal or business purposes, and the annual mileage can impact insurance rates. Higher mileage or commercial use may result in higher premiums.

Insurance coverage and excess

The type of cover you choose, such as comprehensive or third-party insurance, and the excess amount can affect your insurance costs. Opting for higher coverage limits or lower excess may increase premiums.


Where you live and park your car can influence insurance rates. Urban areas with higher population densities or higher rates of theft and accidents may have higher premiums compared to rural areas with lower risks.

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