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2007 Isuzu Ascender review and picture


The 2007 Isuzu Ascender is a good car. That is something that you cannot lie about, but it doesn’t mean that it plays the role of true competition against its rivals. In a highly competitive subsection of the market, it takes more than just being decently good to make a mark in sales and quality, and the Isuzu Ascender just doesn’t ascend above standard mediocrity. Still, it is a competent choice for an SUV and hovers in a decent price range.

One of the better aspects of the 2007 Isuzu Ascender is that it has so much room. It can fit seven passengers, making it an excellent choice for families or anyone else who regularly hauls large groups of people around. Even if you aren’t up for hauling people, though, the Ascender doesn’t play around with storage space–it has plenty of room for cargo. Its extended warranty is a great value to fall back on, something that isn’t offered by many SUVs. The engine is both an easy ride and a strong one, and what’s under the hood, carefully designed by General Motors, is of the utmost quality.

As for its dark side, the Isuzu Ascender just fails to measure up in many areas. It’s not necessarily bad, but unimpressive and dull. With sub par handling and an interior design that lacks style and class, it looks a little sad next to its competitors. It has sub standard suspension and doesn’t have very responsive steering, either, which is necessary in a larger vehicle especially. It hasn’t changed much overtime, and if the 2007 Isuzu Ascender wants to catch up with the competition, it needs to catch up with the times.


Fashun Guadarrama.

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