Isuzu Rodeo vs Nissan Pathfinder

Isuzu Rodeo

Nissan Pathfinder

Truly a pickup without compromise from the company that calls itself 'the pickup professionals', the 2011 Isuzu Rodeo range provides UK buyers the ideal blend of rugged ability with performance, convenience with style, and self-assured confidence with truck-like toughness.

Unlike other pickups, the Isuzu Rodeo doesn't just have bespoke parts, it's an completely bespoke car built from the ground up to take on a broad range of challenges in the widest variety of conditions.

Isuzu believes that a pickup isn't a pickup if it is not equally as good off-road as it is on the tarmac. due to its commercial car DNA and decades of Isuzu expertise, the Isuzu Rodeo can make the toughest of jobs seem effortless and the inaccessible suddenly isn't.

In its latest form, the Isuzu Rodeo line-up presents UK buyers with a choice of eight models, single and double cabin body styles, two diesel engines, two- or four-wheel drive and manual or automatic transmissions.
Europe's best selling pick-up and its SUV sibling since its release - the Nissan Navara and Nissan Pathfinder - have been given a mid-term boost with a number of significant improvements developed to keep them at the top.

Among the changes are the arrival of a new and technically advanced 3. 0-litre V6 diesel engine; hight-priority enhancments to the well-known 2. 5-litre Dci diesel; greater levels of passive safety; new equipment including the availability of a state-of-the-art Nissan Connect Luxury touch-screen satellite navigator, a luxury Bose audio system and a back view camera; improved dashboard class and a number of look-and-feel changes to keep Nissan Navara and Nissan Pathfinder looking sharp.

Together the enhancments reinforce Nissan's premier position in the all-wheel drive sphere and strengthen both Nissan Navara and Nissan Pathfinder's status in a hugely competitive segment.

Launched at the Geneva Motor Show, the enhanced new-look Nissan Navara and Nissan Pathfinder models are due on sale across Europe in April 2010. They will be followed two months later by the new 3. 0-litre V6 diesel main models.