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Isuzu Axiom Sales Figures

Isuzu Axiom

The Isuzu Axiom is a mid-size SUV that was produced by the Japanese automaker Isuzu. It was introduced in the U.S. market for the 2002 model year and lasted through the 2004 model year. The Axiom featured a distinct and futuristic design, with sharp lines and an angular appearance that set it apart from many other SUVs of its time. It was built on the same platform as the Isuzu Rodeo, but with an updated and more upscale approach.

The Axiom was powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produced around 230 horsepower and was equipped with a 4-speed automatic transmission. Both rear-wheel drive and four-wheel-drive options were available, providing flexibility for different driving conditions and needs.

The Axiom received praise for its unique design and comfortable interior. However, it also faced criticism for some aspects of its build quality, reliability, and handling dynamics. Isuzu discontinued the Axiom after the 2004 model year as part of a broader reorganization of its U.S. passenger vehicle lineup. While the Axiom didn’t have a significant long-term impact, it’s remembered for its unique design and represents a distinctive period in Isuzu’s automotive history.

It stands as a symbol of a period when Isuzu was trying to innovate and differentiate itself in the North American passenger vehicle market before eventually shifting focus more towards commercial vehicles.

Isuzu Axiom Sales Figures

The Isuzu Axiom was a bold attempt by Isuzu to carve out a niche in the competitive SUV market with a uniquely styled and upscale offering. Though it had some appealing attributes, it was unable to gain strong traction in the market, and its production run was relatively short.

US Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2005 1,319
2006 124
2007 8
2008 3

US Annual Growth