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Recent Isuzu part requests

  • ISUZU D-MAX | 2010
    Alternator
  • ISUZU D-MAX | 2015 2499CC DIESEL AUTOMATIC
    Bumper (Front)
  • ISUZU BIGHORN | ESTATE 1996 3059CC DIESEL
    Cylinder Head (Diesel Complete)
  • ISUZU BIGHORN | ESTATE 1996 3059CC DIESEL
    Engine (Diesel Complete)
  • ISUZU D-MAX | 2013 2499CC DIESEL AUTOMATIC
    ABS Sensor (Front Driver Side)

LATEST PRICES

  • ISUZU BIGHORN IMPORT
    Engine (Diesel Complete)
    £985.00
  • ISUZU BIGHORN IMPORT
    Cylinder Head (Diesel Complete)
    £685.00
  • ISUZU TROOPER LWB DT CITATION 7 STR
    Front Indicator Lens
    £90.00
  • ISUZU D-MAX
    Bumper (Front)
    £385.00
  • ISUZU BIGHORN
    Turbo
    £360.00
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About Isuzu Cars

A technical cooperation with Wolseley Motors Limited in 1918 following a mutual agreement of cooperation to produce automobiles between Ishikawajima Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd. with Tokyo Gas and Electric Industrial Co in 1916 is considered as the first step in the establishment of Japanese truck manufacturer company, Isuzu. First product came out to market was a Wolseley model A-9 car. Ishikawajima Automotive Works merged with DAT Automobile Manufacturing Inc to form Automobile Industries Co., Ltd. which was reorganised as Tokyo Automobile Industries Co., Ltd. later in 1937. It was only in 1949 that the company adopted the name Isuzu (meaning fifty bells). In 1953 a passenger car named Hillman Minx was introduced but under the license of Rootes group. The first Isuzu branded product Bellel appeared in 1961.

Having a clear vision of the Japanese market, Isuzu was always looking to expand domestically and internationally through commercial partnership strategies. Short term partnerships were made with some pretty big names in the industry like Fuji Heavy Industries (1966-1968) and Mitsubishi (1968-1969). After several partnerships and spilt-ups, one of the most crucial time periods in the company's history came when a capital sharing agreement was signed with General Motors in September 1971 which unlocked the door to international markets. Chevrolet LUV was the first Isuzu-built vehicle to be sold in the United States. Gemini, a T car made by Isuzu in cooperation with GM was marketed in US as Buick's Opel and in Australia as the Holden Gemini. The collaboration was mutually beneficial as the GM products became more popular in Japanese markets.

By 1981 Isuzu started selling their own-brand products in US. These product lines retained their own names and are sold independently to consumers as an Isuzu product. Isuzu P'Up was the first to reach US market in that category. Nearly 20 years after that Isuzu dropped all sales of sedans and compact cars.

By 1981 Isuzu started selling their own-brand products in US. These product lines retained their own names and are sold independently to consumers as an Isuzu product. Isuzu P'Up was the first to reach US market in that category. Nearly 20 years after that Isuzu dropped all sales of sedans and compact cars.

Isuzu has also gained recognition as a diesel engine manufacturer with their power plants in use by many other companies. General Motors and Renault-Nissan Alliance use Isuzu diesel engines. Over the past fifteen years Isuzu has made many joint ventures with companies and has experienced several market ups and downs. In 1999 General Motors has gained control over Isuzu by raising its stake to 49%. But in 2002 Isuzu re purchased the stock from shareholders reducing GM's share to 12%.

Currently part of the GM group, Isuzu is still among the leading suppliers of medium duty commercial trucks and pickups with vast US dealership and market share.

Isuzu Breakers

Our car breakers have quoted on 68 used Isuzu parts in the last 30 days. Popular part requests during that time have been for replacement engine (diesel complete), gearbox (automatic), engine (diesel bare), bumper (front) and tailgates. Quotes have ranged from £75.00 for a Isuzu Bighorn Import starter motor to £2500.00 for a Isuzu Rodeo Td 4x4 4 Sport Dcb engine. There are currently 6029 Isuzus left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for Isuzu in 2018 were engine (diesel complete), engine (diesel bare), gearbox (automatic), tailgates and pas / power steering pumps.

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