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Isuzu Axiom

You could see struggling in the American market the 2000s, but in no vehicle is this apparent than in the Isuzu . Released in 2002, the Axiom was available until 2004.

The Axiom, was a bit of a gimmick. The name was from a contest held by the car from consumers. The winner Redmond, Washington won an Axiom as a

About the Isuzu Axiom

The is unfortunately known for its lack of qualities and aging platform. The was built using the chassis the Isuzu Rodeo, which was old at the time. The inside of the vehicle was not set out controls were in the wrong for proper use, and the seating very comfortable.

The legroom was also cramped in the of the vehicle, meaning passengers had to through every ride.

with the poorly-made interior, the system was loose at best, and the car want to work with the

Styling of the Axiom seemed to be the dwelled-over feature by the designers at The car does resemble a knife; the are sharp and distinct at the front, the back of it is as blunt as a knife

There are several other for a cheap, used midsize utility vehicle (SUV) the same period that better on the road, offer styling and accessories, and are comfortable on the in ways the Axiom designers even dream.

The Isuzu was discontinued in 2004, and Isuzu out of the American market altogether in As such, no one is expecting any new Axiom in the future.

Isuzu Axiom

It seemed that Isuzu was to make the S model as unappealing as In 2004, the S lost the cassette and two of the eight speakers were from the cabin, making the options inside the vehicle behind the competition. To make up for the already-distinctive Axiom body got a grill, which improved the of the vehicle.

The alloy wheels of the XS model also upgraded to chrome.

Isuzu Axiom

The did have some flair the hood; the engine was a 3.5-liter V-6 produced 230 horsepower and 230 lb-ft of The 2004 model had a direct system to further increase the to a big-250 and the torque to 246 lb-ft. The drive models came a Torque on Demand feature was controlled by a knob on the dashboard.

You could control the throttle and axle speeds of the vehicle lugging large trailers or off-road driving. Power was to the wheels for ultimate stability, proved to be a nice feature.

The Intelligent Suspension Control was impressive feature that you to monitor variables in performance as speed, brake times, and The sensors adjusted the shocks of the to accommodate for changes in driving The suspension control system allowed the driver to change a Sport and Comfort mode, on the driving conditions. Unfortunately, the didn’t work very

Comfort mode was sloppy, and the mode didn’t do any better as it add any really significant performance

Isuzu Axiom Evolution

The was introduced in 2002 and only for one generation and two years.

The Axiom was in two different trim lines: the Axiom and the XS. Both vehicles available in a two-wheel or four-wheel version. The base model had a of features including air conditioning, entry, CD changer, and power

XS features included integrated fog heated front seats, and a roof.

Several nice were available on the Axiom as The base model could a hitch, leather seats, and the moon roof. Oddly, the hitch was the only option on the XS model.

In 2003, the base version of the was renamed the S line. It dropped the CD and was made as an option instead. The XS did see two new chrome wheels and a roof but these were not standard and only as options.

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