2003 Isuzu Rodeo Sport

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Key specs

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3 trims

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  • Soft Top

  • Base

  • S


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Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.2
  • Interior design 3.7
  • Performance 4.5
  • Value for the money 5.0
  • Exterior styling 4.0
  • Reliability 5.0

Most recent consumer reviews


Love it

I bought mine new 15 years ago and have had zero problems with it. just oil, tire and battery changes. Gas mileage isnt great but it has a lot of power and is good for towing small loads.


Not Disappointed; Always Feel Safe!

Alot of room in the car and I love all the windows. It lets in alot of natural light! The two sunroofs are also awesome! I can't complain about the car at all. The only thing that troubles me is that you can only move the drivers seat foward and back; not up and down. Being the very small person I am, I had to buy a little cusion to sit on so I can see well.. but that is a personal issue, haha!


What a great little vehicle

I have a 2001 with 152000 miles, and it still runs great. No repairs have ever been made besides basic maintenance! These things are like little tanks. They don't provide a comfort ride like a modern SUV, but it's better than a Jeep's ride. The gas mileage is pretty mediocre as well--I have 15-18 MPG, but keep in mind it's a 4x4 and a 13 year old vehicle. It can go anywhere in the snow! I'm 6'2" and 360 pounds and this little vehicle has enough interior room for me, so it will probably be enough room for just about anyone. I would love for Isuzu to come back to the US market with a new model, and this time make the sunroof and convertible top AUTOMATIC.

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