Used Isuzu Rodeo for Sale
Used Isuzu Rodeo is a Purposeful vehicle of the Japanese Car Producer
The Rodeo is a vehicle model of the Japanese car producer Isuzu. The pickup or SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle) was produced from 1991 to 2004, among others, by General Motors and offered around the world. The vehicle was based on the Isuzu Faster TF. The rodeo was introduced in North America as Isuzu pickup until 1996 in the market and finally replaced by the Isuzu Hombre. Isuzu is a Japanese manufacturer of vehicles.
The company, founded in 1916, initially produced cars for the British brand Wolseley. The first own models of the Japanese company were the types Florian, 117 Coupé, Bellel and Bellett in the 60s after the separation from the British Rootes group.
In 1971, General Motors (GM) participated in Isuzu. As a result, Isuzu also participated in the World Car Project of GM, from which the Isuzu Gemini emerged. In addition, the models Piazza and Aska appeared in the 80s. Since the beginning of the 1990s, Isuzu only provides off-road vehicles, buses and coaches. At certain times, Honda and its GM subsidiaries Opel, Holden and Vauxhall offered off-road vehicles from Isuzu under their name.
The Isuzu Rodeo was also available in many countries under different names such as Isuzu TF. The pickup or SUV from the house Isuzu was offered in the equipment variants Isuzu Rodeo LS, Rodeo S and the upscale version LSE and was installed with a switchable four-wheel drive.
The two-wheel drive Isuzu Rodeo S was fitted as standard with a four-cylinder engine. The LS variants had a 3.2-liter V6 engine with a capacity of 205 hp. The models of the Isuzu Rodeo manufactured between 1999 and 2000 have only undergone slight modifications in the meantime. In contrast, Isuzu presented the Rodeo from the model year 2004 with a new stronger 3.5-liter V6 engine.
Latest Version of Rodeo
The new Rodeo was offered with a new trim level: The LT Sport, however, was only available in the four-wheel drive model and the double cab. The 2.6-liter engine was replaced by a 3.2-liter V6 with 140 kW, which was installed in a higher performance level in the Amigo and Trooper. In 2002 the Isuzu Rodeo was introduced with a new engine with turbo diesel and 3.0-liter displacement, which had a power of 96 kW. The drive was also equipped with direct injection and intercooler.