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Used Isuzu Rodeo Sport for Sale in Harrisburg, IL

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2001 Isuzu Rodeo Sport

90,255 mi.
$6,900
FAIR PRICE
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  • Ext. Color: Orange
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: 4x4/4-wheel drive
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TRUE MOTORCAR CO INC
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(732) 734-0109
3.7 (6 reviews)
770 mi. from 62946
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2001 Isuzu Rodeo Sport Review
not bad
by hiexpress from KAUNAKAKAI, Hawaii
February 16, 2018
3
except for transmission fluid check, it's ok. there's no dip stick to check your transmission fluid. need to go underneath the car and open the screw to the transmission fluid. two screws. one to fill and one to drain. if you need to add fluid, you need some sort of pump to add the transmission fluid from below. problematic.
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2001 Isuzu Rodeo Sport

3,999 mi.
$3,999
GREAT DEAL $653 Under
  • Ext. Color: Blue
  • Int. Color: Other
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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Auto Express
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(407) 910-3066
4 (42 reviews)
759 mi. from 62946
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Straight forward
by Xavier Scott from Ormond Beach Florida
November 6, 2018
4 4 4 4 4 4 (42 reviews)
Emailed them about a vehicle and they returned with answer within a few days
2001 Isuzu Rodeo Sport Review
Isuzu Rodeo Sport
by Two-timer from Dallas, TX
June 25, 2014
5
The Isuzu Rodeo Sport is the best vehicle I’ve ever owned. So good, in fact, that I bought two of them. Way back in late 2000, I really wanted a Jeep. I was taking regular road trips for work (I’m an efficiency/ business practices consultant) and had the dream of the open road, wind in my hair’straight Route 66 stuff. Sadly, comfort-wise, Jeeps can be a quite a beating on long trips. Go figure. In my search for a replacement, I randomly came across the newly-released Isuzu Rodeo Sport (which was just a newly-named, manned-up Amigo). I immediately loved it. It drove great, handled well, felt solid, and, with the removable sunroof and the folding soft-top, it’s like a Jeep but without the lower back injury. Fast forward to 2005: I drove it to roughly 135,000 without any real issues beyond having a transmission overhaul (cost about $900) around 110,000 miles that I, likely, brought on myself via neglect. I kept up with oil changes every 5K and a few light maintenance things, but that was it. However, while I loved it, life had taught me, at that point, that vehicles tend to implode, if not explode, as they approach 150,000 miles, so I sold it to a family friend who didn’t have my reservations about high-mileage vehicles for a steal of $3500 (I paid $20 K). Fast forward to 2010: I ran into the family friend and asked about the RS. They told me that they had reached nearly 200,000 miles, with only normal upkeep costs, and had sold it to another family member for the same $3500 price (Ugh!). After talking with them, and a few years of driving an Audi and suffering the upkeep/maintenance costs of a ’high-dollar-premium-gas-only’ car, I found another RS ’ the exact same as my original, just a different exterior color- with shockingly low miles. Fast forward to 2014: I have now driven my second RS to 156,000. I just incurred the only costly repair I’ve had with the new one, a water pump/timing belt switch that ran me $650.
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2002 Isuzu Rodeo Sport

160,351 mi.
Not Priced
  • Ext. Color: Other
  • Int. Color: Other
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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Ladd Hanford Chrysler Dodge Jeep Mazda RAM
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(717) 769-1256
4.9 (639 reviews)
671 mi. from 62946
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Ladd Hanford Chrysler Dodge Jeep Mazda RAM Review
New 2016 Jeep Compass Lease
by David T from Middletown, PA
November 5, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.9 (639 reviews)
This is my 4th car buying experience at Ladd Hanford in Lebanon, PA, and have been treated extremely well each and every time. I have purchased 2 used vehicles from them, 1 new Jeep Patriot purchased and most recently was my new 2016 Jeep Compass lease. They have always gone out of their way to make me feel welcome and provide a pleasant buying environment. Scott Keith was the salesman that sold me the Patriot and has been "my guy" ever since; I actually waited to come in to the dealership to shop for my latest Jeep until he was actually there. He has consistently gone above and beyond in service and professionalism, and has always been very knowledgeable on the vehicles that I have looked at. The Ladd Hanford team has always been very helpful and friendly, whether it was the sales, service or finance departments.
2002 Isuzu Rodeo Sport Review
2001 Isuzu Rodeo Sport
by two-timer from Dallas, TX
June 25, 2014
5
The Isuzu Rodeo Sport is the best vehicle I’ve ever owned. So good, in fact, that I bought two of them. Way back in late 2000, I really wanted a Jeep. I was taking regular road trips for work (I’m an efficiency/ business practices consultant) and had the dream of the open road, wind in my hair’straight Route 66 stuff. Sadly, comfort-wise, Jeeps can be a quite a beating on long trips. Go figure. In my search for a replacement, I randomly came across the newly-released Isuzu Rodeo Sport (which was just a newly-named, manned-up Amigo). I immediately loved it. It drove great, handled well, felt solid, and, with the removable sunroof and the folding soft-top, it’s like a Jeep but without the lower back injury. Fast forward to 2005: I drove it to roughly 135,000 miles without any real issues beyond having a transmission overhaul (cost about $900) at around 110,000 miles that I, likely, brought on myself via neglect. I kept up with oil changes every 5K and a few light maintenance things, but that was it. However, while I loved it, life had taught me, at that point, that vehicles tend to implode, if not explode, as they approach 150,000 miles, so I sold it to a family friend who didn’t have my reservations about high-mileage vehicles for a steal of $3500 (I paid $20 K). Fast forward to 2010: I ran into the family friend and asked about the RS. They told me that they had reached nearly 200,000 miles, with only normal upkeep costs, and had sold it to another family member for the same $3500 price (Ugh!). After talking with them, and a few years of driving an Audi and suffering the upkeep/maintenance costs of a ’high-dollar-premium-gas-only’ car, I found another RS ’ the exact same as my original, just a different exterior color- with shockingly low miles. Fast forward to 2014: I have now driven my second RS to 156,000. I just incurred the only costly repair I’ve had with the new one, a water pump/timing belt switch that ran me $650.
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