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Full List of Isuzu Models

Updated June 11, 2019 182.4k views25 items

Buckle up for a list of all Isuzu cars & models that have ever hit the road. This Isuzu vehicle model list includes photos of Isuzu vehicles along with release dates, body types, manufacturing details, and other relevant information. You can also find Isuzu on best car engine manufacturers. Whether you're looking for Isuzu SUV models or even an Isuzu sports car, this list will answer your automobile questions.

With this list, you can finally answer questions such as, "Which cars are made by Isuzu?" and "Where can I find all the models made by Isuzu?" Did you used to drive one of the old Isuzu cars on this list? Check out your old car by scrolling down!

The manufacturer is especially known for Isuzu SUVS, but has also created many other types of cars. This list is made up of varied vehicles, including the Geo Storm and even the Honda Passport, which is a version of the Isuzu Rodeo. This list of car models made by Isuzu is a great way to see how Isuzu has evolved over the years.

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    The Isuzu i-Series mid-size pickup truck line was manufactured by Isuzu from 2005 to 2008. Launched at the 2005 New York International Auto Show, for the 2006 model year, the i-Series replaced the Isuzu Hombre, which had been out of production since 2000. Like the Hombre, the i-Series shared its platform with General Motors mid-size pickups. It was built at the same plant in Shreveport, Louisiana, which produces the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, which were in turn developed off the cab and chassis of the Thai-built Isuzu D-Max by GM, Isuzu, and GM do Brasil. The sales for the i-Series were poor, with just 1,377 sold from the start of production through February 2006 according to...  more
    • Class: Mid-size car, Pickup truck
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    The Isuzu MU is a mid-size SUV that was produced by the Japan-based manufacturer Isuzu. The three-door MU was introduced in 1989, followed in 1990 by the five-door version called Isuzu MU Wizard, both of which stopped production in 1998 to be replaced by a second generation. This time, the five-door version dropped the "MU" prefix, to become the Isuzu Wizard. The acronym "MU" is short for "Mysterious Utility". Isuzu manufactured several variations to the MU and its derivates for sale in other countries. The short-wheelbase version was sold as the Isuzu MU and Honda Jazz in Japan, with the names Isuzu Amigo and later Isuzu Rodeo Sport used in the United States. Throughout continental Europe,...  more
    • Class: Compact sport utility vehicle, Station Wagon
  • The Isuzu 117 Coupé is a compact Gran Turismo type 2-door fastback coupé which was produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Isuzu between 1968 and 1981. 117 was a codename for a common development program of Isuzu mid-size cars, involving a coupé, sedan and station wagon. The latter two eventually became the Isuzu Florian, but the coupe kept the original name, and both models shared mechanicals, including the complete FR layout chassis with recirculating ball steering. The 117 Coupé was styled by the famous Giorgetto Giugiaro, being one of the first Japanese cars designed by an Italian stylist. It was among the first Japanese cars with a DOHC engine, and the first with electronic...  more
    • Class: Compact car, Mid-size car, Coupé, Grand tourer, Sports car
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    The Isuzu Ascender was a mid-size SUV built by General Motors for Isuzu. Introduced for the 2003 model year, the 7-passenger Ascender was a re-badged GMC Envoy. It replaced the Japanese built mid-size Isuzu Trooper. A shorter 5-passenger model was made available for the 2005 model year as a replacement for the Rodeo and the Axiom. A Displacement on Demand V8 was introduced in 2005. Isuzu once offered a wide line of trucks, cars, and SUVs but the Ascender was Isuzu's last and only passenger vehicle until the introduction of the also slow-selling Isuzu i-Series pickup trucks, which were also built by GM in North America. The Ascender was never sold in Canada as Isuzu had announced, at the...  more
    • Class: Mid-size car, Full-size car, Sport utility vehicle