The minivan market is likely to heat up this fall with the arrival of the 1998 Toyota Sienna. That should color any new minivan-buying decision you make this year - and it colored our test drive of the 1997 Isuzu Oasis LS.
If you don't have the luxury of waiting to check out the new Sienna, the four-door Oasis is a good little minivan and it's different from domestic heavy hitters like the Dodge Grand Caravan and Ford Windstar. If those minivans just seem too cumbersome to operate, the short-wheelbase Oasis may be just the ticket. But if price is a real concern, Isuzu's U.S. competitors may get the best of this relatively expensive Japanese minivan.
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