Isuzu Recalling 11,000 Rodeo Sport and Amigo SUVs
This is caused by the salt (mixed with other chemicals) used to clear the roads sticking to the surface of the suspension brackets on the rear, causing them to break off from the chassis and make the vehicle uncontrollable. This sounds like a serious problem which could easily cause a crash, followed by a lawsuit. The cars will be repaired at Isuzu dealerships in the affected states, where technicians will inspect the suspension components and either treat them with a rustproof compound or weld in an additional strengthening bracket to hold everything in place. We are surprised that Isuzu is recalling such old cars, as their problems could have easily been attributed to old age and not fixed at all.