June 15, 2007

Isuzu Rodeo

Would you like to take a look at isuzu rodeo?Aftermarket customization has become an estimated $30 billion per year industry and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down any time soon. While tricked out Dodge Chargers and Honda Civics are hardly a thing of the past, the newest craze in customization: light trucks.Last year, the SEMA trade show right at the Las Vegas Convention Center attracted more than 50,000 international and domestic buyers, wooing them with two million square feet of automotive creativity from 100,000 industry leaders hailing from more than 100 countries—and the show’s not even open to the public. Isuzu took center stage with two very unique concept trucks—the i-370 Off-Road Truck and the i-290 Sport Truck, thanks to the help of Street Scene Equipment of Southern California. The i-370 Off-Road Truck boasted a Skyjacker lift kit, custom hidden hitch, nerf bars, and Toyo Tires on American Racing alloy wheels. In brilliant blue with custom gold stripes, the i-370 wasn’t just a sight for sore eyes. Accessory enthusiasts appreciate style as well as function, an Street Scene’s Speed Grille inserts and Dakar light bar makes this concept truck a blend of beauty and brains.
For almost 90 years, Isuzu vehicles have been engineered with a passion and dedication to push the limits of capability, while redefining the perceptions of value. As a result, the Isuzu name is recognized worldwide for its leadership and innovation.