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Isuzu started in 1916 as a shipbuilding and engineering company and expanded into automobiles through a partnership with Wolseley Motor Company. Isuzu trucks boomed in the postwar years and Isuzu came to the US in the 1980s. The Trooper and Rodeo were introduced in the 1980s and were partly responsbile for the growth of the SUV category. GM is the majority shareholder and as such Isuzu shares many components with GM vehicles. Today, Isuzu focusses on the production of commercial vehicles, SUVs, trucks and diesel engines.
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The Isuzu Trooper is a truck-based SUV that debuted in the early 1980s that initially came as a two-door SUV with a 2.2 liter engine. Later a four-door version was added to the line-up as well as different engine options such as a diesel and a V6 engine. The Trooper was redesigned in the 1990s with rounded edges and added extra features such as ABS brakes, additional luxury features, more engine options and even a short wheelbase version. The Trooper has been lauded for its off-road ability, excellent visibility, and spacious interior.
The handsome two-door compact SUV Isuzu Amigo sold in the US from 1990 to 2000 and was a competent off-road vehicle with high ground clearance, dual-range four-wheel drive, and a V6 engine. From 1998 to 2000 the Isuzu Amigo was offered as two-door convertible and as a hardtop, then in 2001 it was renamed as the Rodeo Sport.
The Isuzu Rodeo was a pioneer that helped to increase the popularity of SUVs during the 1980s and 1990s. It offered a comfortable ride, good interior space, and a good daily driving experience compared to its more primal rivals. The Rodeo continually improved throughout its life until 2004 during which weight was reduced and passenger comfort and the overall driving experience was improved. Later models were offered with a 2.2 liter engine or a 3.2 liter V6, which produced 205 horsepower.