by SoccerMom on Oct 16, 2005 Vehicle: 1998 Isuzu Oasis S 4dr Minivan
Purchased new in '98, driven for 7 yrs. This is a Honda Odyssey with an Isuzu stamp. Take this vehicle to Honda for care. There weren't many of these made and Isuzu dealerships have been clueless when I have gone there. Inside space of a minivan with normal doors (no sliding doors). Built a little higher off the ground for more clearance than a van, not as high as an SUV.
by Gerald radden on Aug 15, 2005 Vehicle: 1998 Isuzu Oasis S 4dr Minivan
Maximum reliability; minimum upkeep. Have driven this vehicle from coast to coast, border to border, with minimum concern. The only problem encountered was a recall on the ignition lock and in this instance found that dealer knowledge of the vehicle was limited. Honda mechanics were able to recognize it as a twin of the Odyssey. Nearly every person who serviced it commented on the integrity of the vehicle. Gas mileage was best at Interstate limit without pushing it on hills or passing: 26-28 mpg. My only complaint was that it did not provide adequate traction on snowy roads when loaded. Personally, I prefer the four door features of this model to the sliding doors of most vans.
by Ryckan on Jan 12, 2004 Vehicle: 1998 Isuzu Oasis LS 4dr Minivan
Comfort for 6 ,
fold-away 3rd rear seat, handles like
Accord, PLUS has famous Honda 4Cyl VTEC
roar 160HP (can even "peelout" in 1st
w/A/T). Great mileage (25+),Fr+Rr
A/C,sliding sunroof(LS). Secret is ALL
Honda made,just branded Isuzu. Result
is fantastic vehicle <$10k. Reliability
record is awesome,see Consumer
Mag,you'll be amazed! Top it all
off,int. is bullet-proof. High Quality
and Low Price, just doesnt get any
better than this. Warning, they are
VERY hard to find, but if you ever see
one , do not pass it up if youre
looking for a roomy, peppy,
reliable,comfortable, and great
handling ride town or hi-way.I promise,
youll not regret it!
The engine is upgraded to a more sophisticated 2.3-liter, good for an extra 10 horsepower and 7 pound-feet of torque, and the transmission is revised. A tachometer is now standard, so you can better measure all that extra power.