The Isuzu Bellel was produced from 1962 to 1967, middle-class model of the Japanese automobile manufacturer Isuzu.
In addition to the original type program based on the Hillman Minx Isuzu developed the first own model the midsize sedan Bellel which was introduced in 1961. To the original model, a four-door sedan with a two-liter petrol engine in standard and deluxe versions, a 1.5-liter version, a version with two-liter diesel engine and a station wagon version called Bellel Express were joined, also with a diesel engine, added. In 1962, the front fascia has been redesigned In 1965, another facelift.
Created over almost 6 years a total of approximately 37,000 copies, the successor was the Isuzu Florian.
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