Who Owns Isuzu?
The Isuzu brand has a number of shareholders including Toyota, Itochu and the Mitsubishi Corporation.
Who Makes Isuzu?
Isuzu produce a number of their own vehicles. They also work in partnership with other car manufacturers such as Mazda, who they collaborated with in 2016 to produce next-generation pickup trucks.
Where are Isuzu Cars Made?
Isuzu is a Japanese car manufacturer with headquarters in Tokyo. Isuzu’s manufacturing and assembly sites are located in Fujisawa, as well as in the Tochigi and Hokkaidō prefectures.
When was Isuzu Founded?
Isuzu was founded in 1916 as a collaboration between Ishikawajima Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd., and the Tokyo Gas and Electric Industrial Co.
How Much is an Isuzu?
New Isuzu models retail from just under £17,000 at entry level. Used Isuzu cars vary in price depending on model and availability, but often represent a considerable saving.