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1995 Isuzu Pickup Review

An occasional bargain wonder of a pickup truck.

Reviewed by Automotive on

Overview

While much of the Isuzu lineup welcomes a good reception, the 1995 Isuzu Pickup offers an uninspired model that struggles to keep up with the competition. To little surprise, Isuzu decided to retire the design in 1995 in favor of a different pickup model. Most of the Isuzu Pickup options remain absent from the 1995 model.

While the competition in 1995 outclasses it (not to mention newer, more modern pickups), the 1995 Isuzu Pickup provides a decent option for some drivers. The Isuzu Pickup offers enough space and carrying capacity to do what it intends to: get a decent sized payload from point A to point B. Demand for the Isuzu Pickup also seems quite low. Going by standard pricing, the Isuzu Pickup looks a little overpriced, but consumers may be able to pick one up used for much less than the listed price. For drivers looking for a bargain, the Isuzu Pickup presents a good opportunity for a deal.

The Range

Body Styles: pickup truck
Engines: 2.3-liter four-cylinder
Transmissions: five-speed manual
Models: Isuzu Pickup S

What's New

Most Isuzu Pickup options and models get discontinued for 1995.

Exterior

The 1995 Isuzu Pickup classifies as a full-size truck, measuring in at 193.8 inches long and sitting on a wheelbase of 119.2 inches. A rear step bumper remains available as one of few optional features.

Interior

The 1995 Isuzu Pickup looks very utilitarian. It does not have any major standard accessories. Air-conditioning, an AM/FM radio, and a cassette player provide the only options now that Isuzu shortens the list of features. The cabin seems fairly average in size, but it might come off as cramped for drivers used to pickups with extended cabins.

Performance & Handling

Performance marks a weak point of the Isuzu Pickup due to the removal of many options, including the six-cylinder engines. The four-cylinder engine remains underpowered, even when the 1995 Isuzu Pickup has little to no payload. Performance degrades if driven while fully loaded, especially in comparison to other vehicles. Power steering provides an optional feature, so the Pickup does not seem as smooth to control as most modern vehicles when using standard equipment steering.

Safety

An airbag for the driver and rear-wheel anti-lock brakes comprise the list of standard safety features on the 1995 Isuzu Pickup.

EPA Fuel Economy

Isuzu Pickup: 19/23 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Decent fuel economy for a pickup truck
  • Low demand sometimes leads to a bargain price

You Won't Like

  • Weak performance
  • Overpriced
  • Virtually no options due to Isuzu getting ready to discontinue the model

Sum Up

An occasional bargain wonder of a pickup truck.

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