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Isuzu Announces Two Additions to 2007 Pickup Line

August 1, 2006

CERRITOS, CA - Isuzu Motors America, Inc., will add two new models to its line of pickup trucks. The i-370 4x2 Extended Cab and the i-370 4x2 Crew Cab will join the already announced i-290 4x2 Extended Cab and the i-370 4x4 Crew Cab to double the size of the 2007 Isuzu Pickup lineup.The i-370 4x2 Extended Cab brings five-cylinder power to Isuzu's extended-cab body style for the first time, while the i-370 4x2 Crew Cab puts crew cab spaciousness in a new two-wheel-drive configuration.Both models will be powered by a Vortec 3700 3.7L inline five-cylinder engine developing 242 horsepower and 242 ft.-lbs. of torque mated to a four-speed Hydra-Matic automatic transmission. Other standard equipment includes power windows, power door locks, power outside mirrors, remote keyless entry, and body side moldings.The i-370 4x2 Extended Cab's optional Luxury package will provide consumers with such features as AM/FM stereo with six-disc in-dash CD changer, sliding rear window, fog lamps, electronic traction control, and limited slip differential. The i-370 4x2 Crew Cab's optional Limited package will include all of those features plus leather seating surfaces, eight-way power heated driver's seat and six-way power heated front passenger seat.Both new models will be protected by a 7-year or 75,000-mile powertrain limited warranty and matching roadside assistance. Production is scheduled to begin in October 2006. Pricing will be announced shortly.
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