Isuzu Ascender owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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Isuzu Ascender background information
The Isuzu Ascender was an SUV manufactured by General Motors in the United States from 2003. Initially there was only a 7-seater variant that replaced the Isuzu Trooper and was basically an Isuzu-branded GMC Envoy. A 5-seater was also introduced in the 2005 model year as a successor to the Rodeo and Axiom models. From this year there was also a V8 with cylinder deactivation. Isuzu once offered a full lineup of cars, trucks, and SUVs, but the Ascender was the brand’s last passenger car for sale in the US until the introduction of the also hard-selling i-Series. Selling the Ascender in Canada was out of the question as Isuzu had already withdrawn from that market.
The Ascender is the only one of the six mid-size SUVs not to be manufactured by a 100% GM brand, as Isuzu was only partially owned by GM until spring 2006. The 7-seater Ascender was no longer offered from 2007 and the V8 engine is no longer available either. Articles in auto magazines warn buyers of a thin dealer network for warranty repairs, and the Kelley Blue Book cites a relatively low resale value, similar to the Chevrolet TrailBlazer. But Isuzu offers a 7-year/75,000-mile powertrain warranty and various other warranties.
Production of the Ascender was discontinued by General Motors on June 6, 2008, as Isuzu withdrew from the US market altogether.
- 2003–2008: 4.2 L R6, 4160 cc, 270 hp (205 kW) at 6000 rpm
- 2003-2004: 5.3 L V8, 5328 cc, 285-295 hp (213-220 kW)
- 2005-2007: 5.3 L V8 with cylinder deactivation, 5328 cc, 285-295 hp (213-220 kW)
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