Today, most of Isuzu's vehicles share platforms with Chevrolet or Honda vehicles. This means that a great deal of new Isuzu parts that also fit other more popular brands are readily available. If you own a late-model car, pickup or SUV, chances are good that replacement Isuzu components can be found easily, so there's no reason to hunt through salvage yards desperately searching for a used, worn out component that probably won't last any longer than your failed original. When it comes time to buy genuine or aftermarket parts online, go no further than CPD.
History of Isuzu
Believe it or not, Isuzu began life in 1916 as a petroleum manufacturer. It wasn't until a joint venture a few years later with Britain's Wolseley Motors did the company begin producing Isuzu parts and cars. Still, they were not officially badged with the automaker's name until 1934, and it was at this time the Japanese auto manufacturer focused primarily on light trucks and other commercial vehicles. Following WWII, the corporation partnered with several other Japanese and European manufacturers in order to produce a line of passenger cars, however those partnerships were short-lived. In the early 1970's, GM took a share of ownership in the company, and greatly improved its offerings and presence internationally.
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