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What will happen to Isuzu??

 
.CJ
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Posted: 06/13/06 10:38 AM

with its uninspiring trucks and really affordable SUV's, what do you think will happen to Isuzu?  the *** is nice and can be had, here in plano, fully loaded for about 20-22k.  they just aren't selling.  the trucks are just not good enough.  technically, those trucks are the originals, not the chevy/gmc.  

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CMan
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Posted: 06/13/06 12:32 PM

They'll fade out gradually. No need to have another set of rebadges laying around.  

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joela
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Posted: 06/14/06 09:42 AM

Latest news is that they'll be working with GM on more trucks.  

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bubbahotep
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Posted: 06/14/06 10:41 PM

I read that too, but will they be sold in this country ??  

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joela
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Posted: 09/13/06 09:22 AM

Icon QuoteCJ14:
with its uninspiring trucks and really affordable SUV's, what do you think will happen to Isuzu?  the *** is nice and can be had, here in plano, fully loaded for about 20-22k.  they just aren't selling.  the trucks are just not good enough.  technically, those trucks are the originals, not the chevy/gmc.

The company's released a couple of new trucks:

Isuzu debuts two new trucks for 2007
http://blogs.automotive.com/1/isuzu/index.html  

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.CJ
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Posted: 05/01/07 08:26 PM

I forgot about this topic.  

More thoughts on this, from my perspective, are that Isuzu should just be HD trucks.  

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thekoof
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Posted: 05/03/07 10:12 AM

They will continue selling their NPR cab over here which does quite well. I would like to see them get back into making their own vehicles again. They made some pretty good SUVs and trucks.  

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thekoof
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Posted: 05/03/07 10:22 AM

Double post.

I however would like to add I really liked Isuzu's Trooper and Rodeo. Would like to see those come back but in today's car environment, they would likely have poor sales.  

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