What does Mu stand for in Isuzu?

Mysterious Utility
Word has it that when in 1989 Japanese truck manufacturer Isuzu created its first SUV and called it the MU, the letters stood for Mysterious Utility.

Where are Isuzu Rodeos made?

Lafayette, Indiana
The North American Isuzu Amigo and Isuzu Rodeo were built at the Subaru Isuzu Automotive, Inc. assembly plant in Lafayette, Indiana.

Who made the Amigo truck?

Isuzu introduced the Amigo to the American market in 1989. It was a two-door semi-convertible SUV with a sunroof above the front seats and a folding soft top out backā€”sort of a rolling mullet with business up front and a party in the back.

Who made the Amigo Jeep?

The Amigo is Isuzu’s reintroduction of a convertible SUV that was discontinued in 1995 due to a lack of sales. The new model shares nothing but a name with the model that it replaces. Powering the Amigo is a four-cylinder engine or a choice V6.

What transmission does Isuzu use?

The Isuzu 3.0L turbo-diesel engine delivers a massive 450Nm of torque matched with a 6-speed automatic transmission.

Is a Honda Passport and Isuzu Rodeo?

The Honda Passport is a line of sport utility vehicles (SUV) from the Japanese manufacturer Honda. Originally, it was a badge engineered version of the Isuzu Rodeo, a mid-size SUV sold between 1993 and 2002.

How long does an Isuzu Rodeo last?

With regular maintenance, you can put 100,000 miles on your Rodeo with little to no problems.

Is Honda Passport same as Isuzu Rodeo?

What happened to the Isuzu Amigo?

In 1994 stopped selling the Amigo in the United States, as its larger four-door counterpart the Isuzu Rodeo continued to be one the brand’s most popular models, competing against the Jeep Cherokee, Toyota 4Runner and others.

How much is an Isuzu Amigo?

About the Isuzu Amigo

Sport Utility Original MSRP/Price Engine
Amigo 2dr Hard Top 2WD I4 Manual $15730 / $14943 4 Cylinder / 6 Cylinder
Amigo 2dr Hard Top 2WD V6 Auto $18215 / $16757 4 Cylinder / 6 Cylinder
Amigo 2dr Hard Top 4WD V6 Auto $20495 / $18855 4 Cylinder / 6 Cylinder

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