Isuzu published a number of photos of an Isuzu Trooper in a stream. Here are several of those photos.
Back when your mom was a total Betty the Platters reached number one on both the R&B and pop charts with The Great Pretender, a song about feigning not to care about a spurned love. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe SLX is a Trooper pretending it's an Acura, but will you spurn its five thousand dollar price? Ooh-ooh.
He was hardly a boy but Joe Isuzu, the star of this cautionary vintage advertisement, loved fooling the townspeople by "crying wolf" about his Isuzu Trooper being stuck in the mud or not having the capacity to carry a load of logs.
They didn't know exactly what to call it or precisely how to market it, but this vintage advertisement suggests Isuzu had at least one specific purpose in mind for the Trooper—escaping the equally confused local police.
Losing a tire in while driving an already rollover prone SUV at highway speeds has to be close to the top of the list of anyone's nightmare driving scenarios.