2000 Isuzu Amigo Reviews

2000 Amigo New Car Test Drive

Introduction

Isuzu's Amigo two-door sport-utility is designed to be fun. Its short, stout body and semi-convertible soft top give it a funky appearance, while the availability of four-wheel drive and a V6 engine provide serious off-road capability. A hard top model is available for mountain travelers. And it boasts room for five. 

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One of the appeals of the Amigo is the variety of configurations available. All are available with either soft or hard tops. Amigo is available with two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Two engines are available, a 130-horsepower cast-iron 2.2-liter inline four-cylinder and a 205-horsepower 3.2-liter aluminum-alloy V6. Most (if not all) four-cylinder models come with five-speed manual transmissions. Most four-cylinder models come with two-wheel drive. Most V6 models come with an automatic, but a five-speed manual is available. 

Amigo models range in price from the $15,730 Amigo 2WD with four-cylinder engine and five-speed manual to the $20,495 Amigo 4WD V6 automatic. Hardtop and soft-top versions cost the same. Four-wheel drive adds nearly $2,300 to the cost of an Amigo. Air conditioning is a $950 option. All Amigos are S models. 

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