The D-Max, also known by other names, is a range of light pickup trucks that are also rebadged as Chevrolet models in many markets. This "compact" pickup has grown substantially for 2013, larger in every dimension, with more cabin and cargo room. The D-Max can only be had in 4-door crew cab form now in the GCC, with a range of 4-cylinder diesel engines, namely a 2.5-litre turbodiesel, a 2.5-litre intercooled turbodiesel, and a 3.0-litre intercooled turbodiesel. The folks who will drive these at work have to manage with a 5-speed manual gearbox, or if they are lucky, the optional new 5-speed automatic. It is available in economical rear-wheel-drive and capable four-wheel-drive forms, depending on the engine. Features on the basic 2WD model comes with unpainted bumpers, 15-inch or 16-inch steel wheels, cloth or vinyl seats and manual windows. Features on higher trim levels include 15-inch or 16-inch alloys, painted bumper, chrome rear bumper, higher-grade cloth seats, leatherette-wrapped steering wheel, CD/MP3 stereo, power windows and mirrors, central locking, fog lamps, LED rear lights, optional rear defogger, optional dual front airbags, optional ABS brakes and more. A D-Max GT model was launched in 2014, with the 3.0-litre engine, bumper-skirts, racing stripes, optional 17-inch grey alloys, red-black seats, bedliner and stereo choices.