1996-00 Isuzu Hombre

Though well-assembled, both the GM twins and Isuzu's Hombre rank a little below the Ford Ranger and Mazda B-Series overall, but each offers an appealing set of attractions. Because Hombres have [...]

2002-04 Isuzu Axiom

Underwhelming is the word for Isuzu's Axiom. Beneath its edgy styling, the Axiom is troublingly trucky and trails any number of car-based "crossovers" for value, refinement, performance--and even [...]

1998-04 Isuzu Rodeo

With the V6, a Rodeo accelerates better than most Japanese rivals, leaning toward the "sport" side of sport utility. Prices are not cheap, however, and Rodeo has no standout features that put it [...]

2003-08 Isuzu Ascender

Though Ascenders match most rivals for pace and space, Isuzu's longer warranty doesn't fully compensate for a spotty dealer network. Additionally, Isuzu's financial woes put the company's future [...]

1990-93 Isuzu Stylus

All told, there was little to set the Stylus apart from its competitors when it was new. The same is true today. Though better than Isuzu models of the 1980s, Stylus did not reach the level of [...]

1999-01 Isuzu VehiCross

Not a hot prospect for most people's want-to-buy list, the curious-looking VehiCross might be viewed as an answer to a question no one had asked. Priced against roomier, more traditional [...]

1990-94 Isuzu Amigo

Neither the quickest nor the thriftiest small sport utility on the market, Amigo has quite a few virtues. Like its competitors, though, an Amigo is not a good bet for everyday transportation...