New Rodeo 3.0 Litre TD CRD

Submitted: Saturday, Jan 20, 2007 at 20:00
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Reading thru the latest Just 4X4s mag and in the middle of the mag is an article about the Rodeo CRD.
I have not seen any adds for it (but have been away for a few days) went to the Holden site and it was there but Holden are more interested in the Hummer H3.
So its about time they got up to scratch with the others. 120 Kw and 360 Nm. But as usual Holden have left it with a 5 sp manual and 4 sp auto. They could have a great vehicle if they let Isuzu go with it but as usual Holden live in the dark ages when it comes to they 4X4s.
Then again the Hummer may take over here in Aus (don't think so)
I will be watching with interest how the new Rodeo goes thought as one day Iam going to have to replace the MUs hahaha
Cheers Bruce
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Reply By: Trevor R (QLD) - Sunday, Jan 21, 2007 at 20:33

Sunday, Jan 21, 2007 at 20:33

Can't believe you admitting the MU's may be replaced one day.

Could that Rodeo just have the old Jack engine in it?

My puter still playing up so I will be in touch asap.

Cheers mate, Trevor
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Follow Up By: Member - Bruce and Anne - Monday, Jan 22, 2007 at 08:36

Monday, Jan 22, 2007 at 08:36
Hi Trevor, yes mate have not heard from you for awhile.
Iam still making enquires about the Rodeo motor and if it turns out ok maybe the replacement for the MU, but not for a few years yet hahahaha.
Would be good to have a yak yep talk soon
Cheers Bruce.
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Reply By: djm67 - Tuesday, Jan 23, 2007 at 20:41

Tuesday, Jan 23, 2007 at 20:41

2.4 litre 4-cyl SOHC petrol engine 92kW @ 4800rpm 207Nm @ 3200rpm

3.6 litre Alloytec V6 DOHC petrol engine 157kW @ 5300rpm 313Nm @ 2800rpm

3.0 litre 4-cyl commonrail turbo diesel engine manual 120kW @ 3800rpm 360Nm @ 1800rpm automatic: 333Nm @ 1600rpm

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