No experience. From what I understand, the truck was jointly designed with
GM. Overseas, it gets an Isuzu drivetrain and is called the D-Max. In the
US, it gets a GM drivetrain and is called the i290/i370...aka Chevy
Colorado/GMC Canyon, etc...
If they don't get their act together, you certainly have to wonder...seems
like they'd have a better chance with something of their own, rather than a
re-badged GM lineup... Even if they do go belly up, you shouldn't have to
worry about parts, considering it's the same as many GM's on the road.
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