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Written on: 31/12/2010
Had this work horse for 3 years now and have taken it off road, towed 24ft caravan effortlessly, have been as far south as cornwall and up to the scottish highlands all in one day, she had never let me down, even when the alternator belt snapped she still got me home. I would chose a trooper over any other 4x4. As an off road instructor I would recommend this vehicle to anyone who has the intension of towing and a little off roading. Solid trouble free motor that if looked after will go on and… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/03/2010
The 1997 3.1 swb trooper Duty was my first "proper" 4x4 and I bought it with a view to take it off roading and to take my girlfriend to work on a farm. Apart from replacing the clutch after the first outing its been a truly magnificent machine. My friend has a heavily modified jacked up Landrover defender 90 and I can go anywhere he can with the standard trooper! I have the optional lsd fitted to mine. We also both run 265/75/16 (32") mud tires so that adds around an extra inch of lift (they… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/10/2004 by NeilWain (1 review written)
I am looking to swap my Isuzu Trooper 4x4 for a newer model but stopped in my tracks when I get reports of the Isuzu Trooper having engine problems overheating, engine blowing up so I would love to here from any one who has a 3.0 to give me some feed back please
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Written on: 21/06/2003 by Matt. (1 review written)
I've had 3 Troopers(an '87, '89, and a '90) and all of them have served me well even though I saved them from the scrapyard. With a heater core here, a fuel pump there, these vehicles run 750,000 miles easily, and with treir rigid design, these rigs are virtually indestructable… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/04/2003 by Los Manos De Ka-Ka. (1 review written)
Ive owned both Cherokees and Toyotas and they started to cost thousands around 90,000. Except for a water pump, belts, hoses, tires and tune up everything works like new on my Trooper.
To me theres only two things that count value and function. Its very predictable and handles well off road. I like not getting out to lock hubs premier mud snow vehicle using premier Toyo offroad tires with plenty of siping. I can drive on ice that I can't stand up on. The SUVs have unibody construction and… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/02/2002 by John Wesley. (1 review written)
This is the second Isuzu Trooper I have owned. My experience with the first vehicle was so excellent that I did not hesitate to buy another when the time came. My first Trooper was a 1986 and I drove it for 12 years and racked up 160,000 miles with almost no problems. With that kind of track record it's no surprise I took the plunge again. My newer vehicle (1998) has lots more bells and whistles but I think it's a bit more fragile than the older model. If we could just get this fuel gauge… Read Full Review
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