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Consumer Guide Automotive Gives Isuzu Better than Average Ratings


In an article published on January 26, 2008 (today is the 21st?), Auto Consumer's Guide rated several SUVs on various features and rated the 2008 Isuzu Iskander better than the class average in four separate categories: acceleration, fuel economy, and handling. , and cargo room.

A September 7, 2007 review of the 2008 Isuzu Ascender by the staff at Cars-dot-comOn September 7, 2007, the staff at Cars-dot-com reviewed the 2008 Isuzu Ascender mid-size SUV for standard side-impact airbags, body-on-frame, and rack-and-pinion steering. we News & World Report noted, "The base model 2008 Isuzu Ascender comes with manual seats for driver and front passenger, height-adjustable front headrests, second-row foldable bench seat, power windows and door locks, tilt steering column, and air conditioning with coolant." CFC-free, dual-zone manual climate control with rear switch, AM/FM stereo and six-speaker CD player.Buyers who choose the Preferred Equipment package also get an eight-way power driver's seat with lumbar support, remote control Yet keyless entry, cruise control, and a cargo cover, among other amenities."

The Kelley Blue Book editors write this about the 2008 Isuzu Ascender, "Have you been dying to get your hands on a new GMC Envoy or Chevrolet TrailBlazer, but you're waiting for a big event to ensure you get the most out of your earnings? 

It's a 2008 Ascender, a carbon copy of the GMC and Chevrolet twins, with near-identical pricing but the addition of two extra years to the powertrain warranty (seven years/75,000 miles versus five years/100,000 miles). The Ascender is available with a V8 engine, which sets it apart because it has the same suspension, features and seating capacity as the Chevrolet and GMC.

* How could you go wrong? "

Kelley Blue Book isn't the only one to note the Isuzu Ascender's superior warranty.In a statement that compares the 25 best compact SUVs, US News has enjoyed and ensured the competition among the participating members. find an SUV that can prove otherwise. Even the popular 2008 Honda Pilot only offers a powertrain warranty of five years or 60,000 miles. The Isuzu Ascender powertrain comes with a good 7-year warranty of around 92,000 miles.

In addition to the Powertrain Premium Warranty, the 2008 Isuzu Ascender also offers a basic 3-year/50,000-mile limited warranty without a discount, a 6-year/100,000-mile limited wear warranty, and a 7-year/100,000-mile limited wear warranty. Roadside assistance package.

No other SUV offers this combination of guarantees to its customers.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) awarded the 2008 Ascender five out of five stars for front and rear occupant safety in side-impact crashes. The excellent rating can be attributed to the head and side-impact airbags, which are now standard on SUVs.

Therefore, large and small ratings such as NHTSA and World Report confirm one content, which is pride in it, but Isuzu is more proud of the wonderful people's responses to it. from the people who drive it. With exceptional safety and performance features, ample space for cargo and passengers, and available luxury and accessory packages, Isuzu is easy to customize to individual drivers and their needs.