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The history of Isuzu Motors dates to 1916, when a Japanese shipbuilding company partnered with a municipal utilities company to manufacture automobiles. After brief partnerships with Mitsubishi and Nissan, Isuzu’s US presence began with its alliance with General Motors in 1971. The following year the two companies introduced the Chevy Luv to the American market, a pickup truck that shares components with GM trucks to this day in foreign markets. The Luv was a big hit that helped GM increase sales of the closely-related S10 pickup.
While Isuzu had some success with the Impulse and Stylus compact cars, their inability to compete with other Japanese brands caused them to discontinue these models. GM retooled some Isuzu models to create its Geo line for some years, and Isuzu began an exchange partnership with Honda that brought to America the Oasis/Odyssey minivan and the Passport/Rodeo SUV, among other models. Isuzu also kept its Luv pickup legacy alive for a few years with the Hombre model.
After the Isuzu-Honda partnership ended in the early 2000s, Isuzu decided to end sales of vehicles to the US in 2008. The company today focuses its efforts on markets in Asia and Africa.