of the 2003 Isuzu Rodeo. Base trim shown.
The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view
Say you're a Washington bigwig and Kenneth Starr slaps you with a subpoena. What would you need to get past the press pool? How about Isuzu's new Rodeo? For 1998, this ... Read more
Los Angeles Times's view
In the swelling bustle and shuffle of the sport utility scene--from RAV4s that are more trinkets than trucks through royalty's own Range Rovers and Chevy Suburbans roomy ... Read more
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Chrysler Corp. must be blushing. The 1998 Isuzu Rodeo looks like it slipped out of Chrysler's design studio Xerox machine. The ... Read more
I miss my Rodeo!
Bought with 48,000 miles in 2008 for $9000. Had 204,000 on it when I traded it in. Never had a problem with it. Would love to have a brand new one just like it. Read full review
In the top echelon of automobiles
Overall engine layout allows easy access to oil sump screen for maintenance shows superior quality engineering and reliability and insure good oil flow for years of heavy duty use.With oversized tires ... Read full review