With sport utility vehicles flying out the door of most dealers, it seemsthat Japanese automaker Isuzu made a smart move a few years ago when itstopped importing its poor-selling line of cars to concentrate on trucks. There are two mainstays, the Rodeo and the Trooper. At first glance, these vehicles seem like two separate entities -- and theyare. But they share a common drive train: a 3.2-li... Read full review for the 1997 Isuzu Rodeo
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