LS 3.2L V6 4dr 4x2
2002 Isuzu Rodeo

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$25,085
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Engine Engine 3.2LV-6
MPG MPG 17 City / 21 Hwy
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2002 Rodeo Overview

Isuzu Rodeo offers a lightweight V6 engine, push-button four-wheel drive, sturdy construction and lots of cargo space.It combines handsome looks, a confident feel, and nimble highway manners on the road, with reasonably good capability off road.

Its dual-mode semi-active suspension system continuously adjusts to provide better handling and stability, while its drive-by-wire throttle is designed to deliver improved response and efficiency.Its optional all-aluminum 3.2-liter V6 delivers 205 horsepower.Once known as the Amigo, the Isuzu Rodeo Sport is a spunky little two-door sport-utility vehicle that comes in hard and soft-top versions.

The Rodeo Sport should enjoy a slight performance advantage over the four-door Rodeo on and off the road, thanks to its shorter wheelbase and lighter weight.It is, after all, simply the Amigo by another name, with the same short, stout body and semi-convertible soft top; the same rugged four-wheel drive and optional V6 power.And yes, a glass-window hard top is still available for travelers who want more weather protection than the soft-top affords.
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2002 Rodeo Overview

Isuzu Rodeo offers a lightweight V6 engine, push-button four-wheel drive, sturdy construction and lots of cargo space.It combines handsome looks, a confident feel, and nimble highway manners on the road, with reasonably good capability off road.

Its dual-mode semi-active suspension system continuously adjusts to provide better handling and stability, while its drive-by-wire throttle is designed to deliver improved response and efficiency.Its optional all-aluminum 3.2-liter V6 delivers 205 horsepower.Once known as the Amigo, the Isuzu Rodeo Sport is a spunky little two-door sport-utility vehicle that comes in hard and soft-top versions.

The Rodeo Sport should enjoy a slight performance advantage over the four-door Rodeo on and off the road, thanks to its shorter wheelbase and lighter weight.It is, after all, simply the Amigo by another name, with the same short, stout body and semi-convertible soft top; the same rugged four-wheel drive and optional V6 power.And yes, a glass-window hard top is still available for travelers who want more weather protection than the soft-top affords.Hide Full Review