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No More Isuzu in the United States Any More
[SIZE=-1]Mobile Magazine - 56 minutes ago[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]... in case you didn't know, is a truck that is based on the Chevy Colorado platform, whereas the Ascender gets its inspiration from the Chevy Trailblazer. ...[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]They're still here? Isuzu throws in US market towel [SIZE=-1]MotorTrend Magazine[/SIZE][/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]Isuzu Drops Out of the US Market; Who’s Next? [SIZE=-1]TheCarConnection.com[/SIZE][/SIZE]
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[SIZE=-2]Mobile Magazine[/SIZE]

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No More Isuzu in the United States Any More
[SIZE=-1]Mobile Magazine - 56 minutes ago[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]... in case you didn't know, is a truck that is based on the Chevy Colorado platform, whereas the Ascender gets its inspiration from the Chevy Trailblazer. ...[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]They're still here? Isuzu throws in US market towel [SIZE=-1]MotorTrend Magazine[/SIZE][/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]Isuzu Drops Out of the US Market; Who’s Next? [SIZE=-1]TheCarConnection.com[/SIZE][/SIZE]
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When reading this article I was stopped dead by what it said....
"The future of both the TrailBlazer/GMC Envoy and the Colorado/Canyon, which are nearing the end of their lifespans, is uncertain, although reports have indicated that the TrailBlazer/Envoy will be discontinued by 2009." Steve say it aint so!
I guess I better save my pennies to get another one before the end. Next thing I will read is the the sky is falling.
 

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It is pretty much certain that the Trailblazer will not exist after the 2009 model.

People want better gas mileage, but they want the extra room that an SUV provides, and they also don't want to drive a minivan. So, GM's taken the best of eveything and put it into the different crossover offerings. That''s what the
Acadia / Enclave / Outlook is all about.

BTW, I am reviewing a Build Enclave right now. It's a pretty sweet ride, drives like a car, gives you the space of a minivan and it rides great with better gas mileage. I'm averaging about 20 mpg in it.
 
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