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Isuzu Amigo

The Isuzu was a popular two-door SUV imported by the company. The first Amigo was in 1990 and ran until 1994. A generation Amigo was reintroduced in after a hiatus, but discontinued in due to declining interest in the compact SUV

About the Isuzu Amigo

The Amigo had a well-designed interior, the trend of silly curves by so many cars in the 1990s. The had some sharply-defined edges and very sporty and almost The vehicle sat high off the ground it a certain stature, even it was smaller than other

Dual-range four-wheel drive and an suspension system made the suitable for off-road driving.

several problems in the drive of the vehicle made it unpopular. The had depressingly sluggish steering, negating the off-road qualities of the and four-wheel drive. The engine made extensive amounts of inside the cabin, making for an experience.

The fuel economy the best for the city dwellers sporting 14/21 mpg city/highway for the two-wheel drive and 14/18 mpg for the six-cylinder four-wheel drive.

The two-door, short-length vehicle the backseat an unpleasant area to end up.

Amigo Features

Upgrades made throughout the first run. 1991 saw the introduction of a console as a standard feature on the XS and an on the base line S. 1992 a four-speed automatic transmission to the mix. The Amigo received a grill in 1993.

Oddly, the automatic transmission was two years after its introduction. The engine was discontinued that year, making the 2.6-liter the standard on both vehicles. features such as power power mirrors, and 16-inch were added.

The first Amigo was discontinued in 1994. A new was introduced to the public four later.

Isuzu Amigo

The second generation was offered in the 1998 model The first Amigo model was as a two-door convertible until a model was introduced in the 1999 year. The driving was a bit still on the generation models since the was built body-on-frame with a that was not independent.

The second generation Amigo made massive improvements the first generation models. The was more attractive than its and offered a lot more power, when fitted with the V-6 The short wheelbase was both a and a hindrance; it was great for driving in the environment, but wasn’t suitable for off-road driving.

It also had suspension as well as sluggish that effected handling.

Isuzu Amigo Evolution

The generation Isuzu Amigo in 1994.

The first Amigo were available as a convertible in two lines; the base S model and a upgraded XS model. The S model had all the offerings including cheap seats. The XS was a bit of an improvement, adding wheels, tilt steering and power steering, which was not on the base S model; further the sluggish performance of the steering.

Both models were in rear wheel and four-wheel

Two engine models were on the Isuzu Amigo. A 2.3-liter cylinder pumped out 96 horsepower and 123 of torque. A second engine a little more power a 2.6-liter engine pumping out 120

The engines were controlled by a manual transmission.

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