The Isuzu Oasis is a minivan that was produced as result of an agreement between Isuzu and Honda from 1996 to 1999. It was the only minivan sold by Isuzu. Oasis models came with a 2.3L VTEC engine comparable to the engine found in the 6th generation Honda Accord. The Oasis remains a rare and very obscure car with few left on the road today, due to low sales of under 3,000 each year in production. The Isuzu ELF Van is minivans, lighter four-wheel, models are usually used as the long-distance "taxi", school buses, or as a service bus in Indonesia.
The Isuzu Fargo is a commercial vehicle manufactured from 1980 to 2001 by Isuzu in Japan. The Fargo spanned two generations, the first of which was sold between 1980 and 1995 as both van and usefulness body styles, with the second generation, introduced in 1995 confined to a single van body style. From 1993 to 1995, the Isuzu Fargo LS van model introduced.
The General Motors' (GM'S) Australian subsidiary, Holden released the Isuzu Fargo van in February 1982 as the WFR series Holden Shuttle. The original release Shuttle was presented with short and long-wheelbase guises, in combination with either low- or high-roofs; all of which available with or without side cargo windows. Two engines were primarily offered as a 1.8-litre 4ZB1 petrol rated at 65 kW (87 hp), and a 2.0-litre 4FC1 diesel outputting 44 kW (59 hp) etc.
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