Disappointing and expensive to maintain
Oil seal front crankshaft 67,000 kms.
Right hand power window not working properly - since day 1. Dealer could not fix.
At 95,000km's injectors had to be replaced. Could be quality of South Africa's diesel, but surely an inferior product of ISUZU.
Driving shaft - off centered and transfer hub seal perished - reconditioned at 108,000 km.
At 125,000km the key on the front part of the crankshaft was worn out with the result that timing was completely out. Crankshaft has to be re-welded and machined, pulley replaced and oil seals. Total cost R7,000.00 (US$1,200.00)
Also new clutch and pressure plate at 125,000km.
Some dealers said it it is a manufacturing fault, but General Motors refused to offer any assistance saying it has more than 100,000kms on the odometer.
Engine noise terrible.
I will most certainly not buy an ISUZU vehicle ever again.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 10th May, 2005