by DMS329 on May 27, 2008 Vehicle: 2000 Isuzu Amigo S 2dr SUV
For a small 6-cyl SUV, it really cranks it up when I need to merge onto the interstate and handles great when I need to take evasive measures to avoid someone not looking when they are changing lanes. These Amigos were built to last since they were originally built for off-roading. I closed up the back seats so I can haul my dogs around to agility trials; I can get two 300 airline crates in it and stack everything else on top of the crates.
by Mike on Mar 30, 2006 Vehicle: 2000 Isuzu Amigo S V6 2dr SUV
I have owned the truck for 5.5 years and I still love it. No problems to date (75K); it still has the original brake pads. I have the factory hard top which is easy to remove and replace with the factory soft-top in the summer.
by chris on Oct 3, 2005 Vehicle: 2000 Isuzu Amigo S V6 2dr SUV
I only owned this Amigo for 6 hours. I was driving it home when a 2002 Ford F150 turned in front of me. I was going 50 mph. The collision was nearly head-on at somewhere between 60 and 80 mph. The Amigo held up great! All the damage was in front of the passenger compartment. I was in the hospital for 2 days for observation due to concussion, but I am definitely getting another Amigo. Thank you to the engineers at Isuzu! I'm also going to get one for my teenage son.
by Tammy R on Mar 9, 2004 Vehicle: 2000 Isuzu Amigo S V6 2dr SUV
Gas mileage is horrible on V6, but
very fun to drive. Top can come off,
but it's a hassle. You only want to
do it at the beginning and end of
summer, as it will need a new gasket
Tows like a champ. V6 will tow 4,500
lbs. Tows my 18' bass boat, no
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