Isuzu i-Series

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Isuzu i-Series
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Overview
Manufacturer General Motors
Also called Chevrolet LUV
Chevrolet Colorado
GMC Canyon
Pyeonghwa Cuckoo 4WD-C
Production 2006–2008
Assembly Shreveport, Louisiana, United States
Body and chassis
Class Mid-size pickup truck
Body style 2-door pickup
4-door pickup
Layout Front engine, rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive
Platform GM GMT355 platform
Related Chevrolet LUV
Holden Rodeo
Isuzu D-Max
Chevrolet Colorado
GMC Canyon
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission 4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase 126.0 in (3,200 mm)
Regular Cab: 125.9 in (3,198 mm)
Length 207.1 in (5,260 mm)
Width 67.6 in (1,717 mm)
i370 LS: 68.6 in (1,742 mm)
Height 64.9 in (1,648 mm)
i370 LS: 67.9 in (1,725 mm)
Crew Cab: 65.2 in (1,656 mm)
Chronology
Predecessor Isuzu Hombre
Successor Hummer H3T

The Isuzu i-Series mid-size pickup truck line was manufactured by Isuzu from 2005 to 2008. Launched at the 2005 New York International Auto Show, for the 2006 model year, the i-Series replaced the Isuzu Hombre, which had been out of production since 2000.

Like the Hombre (based on the compact S-10/Sonoma), the i-Series shared its platform with General Motors mid-size pickups. It was built at the same plant in Shreveport, Louisiana, which produces the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, which were in turn developed off the cab and chassis of the Thai-built Isuzu D-Max by GM, Isuzu, and GM do Brasil. The sales for the i-Series were poor, with just 1,377 sold from the start of production through February 2006 according to Automotive News.

As part of Isuzu's withdrawal from the United States market after the 2009 model year, the i-Series was discontinued, replaced by the related Hummer H3T for GM's Hummer brand.

Two models were available in 2006:

Two models were available in 2007:

Two models were available in 2008:

External links[edit]

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