The Isuzu MU-7 is a sports utility vehicle of the Japanese car and truck manufacturer Isuzu. Produces this is since the beginning of 2002 only by the Thai Thai Rung Union Car. The model is the version of the closed D-MAX, in which the 7-based MU.
The model is designed (including the driver) for up to seven passengers and is used both as a rear-wheel drive (2WD), as well as four-wheel drive (4WD) are offered. Through its extensive equipment options, the model is located both in the whole middle class segment, as well as in the luxury class. Competitors are mainly the Toyota and Lexus, Honda and Nissan SUV, which also experienced in Thailand a high heel. When driving the MU-7 is a 3.0-liter DOHC 16V common-rail diesel engine with an output of 107 kW or for the heavier model versions with 120 kW.
Current cars and vans: Alterra | Bison | Como | Crosswind | D-Max | V-Cross | Duogongnengche | LB | MU-7 | Hi-Lander | Panther | Rodeo Denver | Reach
Currently buses and trucks: Crafter | C Series | E-Series | Elf | Erga | Erga-J | Erga Mio | F Series | Forward | gala | gala million | Giga | H Series | Heavy Duty | Journey | Journey J | Lingqingka | N-Series | Turquoise
Historic cars and vans: 117 coupe | Amigo | Ascender | Aska | AUV | Axiom | Bellel | Bellett | Bighorn | Cameo | Fargo | Faster | Filly | Florian | Frontier | Geminett | Geminett II | Gemini | Hombre | I-Mark | i series | Impulse | KB | Midi | Minx | â€‹â€‹MU | Oasis | Optima | PA Nero | Piazza | Pika | P’up | Rodeo | Rodeo Sports | Spark | Statesmen DeVille | Stylus | Tiejingang | Trooper | Unicab | VehiCROSS | Vega | Vertex | Wagon | Wasp | WFR | Wizard
Historische Omnibusse und LKW: 810 | Begin | Elf UT | BU | BX | C | Elf 100 | Cubic | Elfin | H-Serie | Journey-K | Journey-Q | LT-Elga | New Power | Super Cruiser | TX