About the Isuzu Amigo
The infamous Isuzu Amigo is comparable to other car and SUV crossovers like the Honda CR-V and the Toyota RAV4; however the frame is smaller than that used on cars. Smaller but similar to the Rodeo, the Isuzu Amigo has 4 wheel drive capabilities which allows more strength and power.
With only one trim available, The S edition included features such as radio, antilock brakes, and some even had a dual sunroof. The Isuzu Amigo was powered by either a 130 or 205 horsepower engine, with a five speed manual transmission. In the late 1990s, The Isuzu transition to offering models for an automatic four-speed on the V6 engines. With the idea of versatility, Isuzu offered the Amigo in either two or four wheel drive. The Isuzu Amigo has the ability to provide superior power and control on and off-road.
Just like other vehicles, The Isuzu Amigo had upgradable options that included air-condition, a CD players, durable alloy wheels in opposed to hub caps, hitch and side steps. Buyers could even upgrade to a V6 engine which gave instant power. With the V6 package, there were also several other upgrades like the newly released keyless entry technology and full power accessories like windows.
When new vehicles hit the market they are strictly evaluated for their features, reliability, and power. The Isuzu Amigo scored exceptionally high in regards to style, v6 power and versatility (how well does the vehicle perform off-road and on traditional driving conditions). The Isuzu Amigo was ideal for both urban and rural driving.