Isuzu has specialized in sport utility vehicles since 1993, when its last passenger car left the market. After producing the Rodeo, Trooper and Amigo through the 1990s, Isuzu has added yet another SUV to its lineup. Named in a contest that drew 17,000 entries, the Axiom displays a more curvaceous body than some of its SUV competitors. Designers were “looking to obtain sedanlike qualities,” said Scott Hyde, Isuzu’s executive manager of product planning. These qualities include nimble handling, comfort, appealing performance and dimensions that allow easy control. Body-on-frame construction is used, along with stiffened engine and transmission mounts. Intelligent Suspension Control is standard. Read More
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