New and Used Isuzu Rodeo: Prices, Photos, Reviews, Specs – The Car Connection

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Isuzu Rodeo

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The Isuzu Rodeo was a compact vehicle from small maker Isuzu, whose share dwindled for years it finally left the U.S. market in 2009. The Rodeo was in 1991 as a four-door sport-utility somewhat in the vein of the original Cherokee; a second generation in 1998 and lasted through though supplies lingered at for as much as two more years the Isuzu brand dwindled.

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While the Isuzu name is now from the auto market, the Rodeo can also be seen an alternative name: Honda Before Honda designed and its own Pilot crossover for 2003, it the truck-based Rodeo into the to give its dealers an entry in the market for SUVs. The Passport through two Rodeo generations, 1994 through 2002.

The Isuzu Rodeo was offered a 119-horsepower 2.6-liter four-cylinder paired with a five-speed gearbox, or a GM-built 3.1-liter V-6 the same 119 hp but more torque–and an four-speed automatic transmission. drive was standard, and all-wheel could be ordered as an option. In the GM V-6 was replaced with Isuzu’s own V-6, with a considerably power output of 174 hp–which to 194 hp in 1996.

Though many buyers realize it at the time, the Isuzu was built in Indiana, in a plant shared at the time with

The second generation Rodeo, still truck-based, was more and came with more and comfort features than its The four-door sport-utility vehicle standard with a 205-hp V-6, matched with a manual gearbox on base though an automatic transmission was on the high-end LSE trim level. suspension was optional in the new Rodeo, and 16-inch wheels were to all versions.

In 2004, a face-lifted model be ordered with a 250-hp V-6, paired only an automatic transmission.

A two-door of the four-door Rodeo was sold 1990 through 1994 as the Amigo. That name again in 1998 as a variant of the Rodeo, with a soft top its rear compartment. Because of its pounds and up–most second-generation were fitted with a 3.2-liter V-6, though a few built with a 130-hp four. That vehicle was the Rodeo Sport in 2001.

But with two-door SUVs popularity and crossovers emerging as the choice for families, the two-door Sport was again withdrawn the market after 2003.

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