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1989 Isuzu TF

1989 Isuzu TF in The Knock, TV Series, 1994-2000 IMDB Ep. 3.03

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: JP

1989 Isuzu TF

Position 00:03:15 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Sandie SX

2016-09-15 17:00

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I don't think these Isuzus were officially sold in UK until 2002 (because of the Vauxhall Brava) but this isn't the first one we've had from before then. So either there were official imports or just a lot of grey imports.

-- Last edit: 2016-09-15 17:08:18

Sunbar UK

2016-09-15 17:42

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SALES MARKETS:

BEDFORD BRAVA sold in UK, Europe; 1988 to 1990
VAUXHALL BRAVA sold in UK; 1990 to 2002
OPEL CAMPO sold in Europe, Middle East, Africa; 1990 to 2002
ISUZU TF sold in UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa; 1988 to 2002

Source, http://vauxpedianet.uk2sitebuilder.com/vauxhall-tf1-tf0---brava-pick-up

"The new model, the TF Series,... In the UK and Europe the TF Series was launched in October 1988 and initially sold by General Motors as the Bedford Brava, however after the Bedford brand was dropped completely in 1990 it was re branded a Vauxhall Brava in Britain and Opel Campo in mainland Europe, Africa and the Middle East. All the models sold in the UK & Europe were wholly imported from Japan. In addition the Japanese maker also sold the same vehicle as the Isuzu TF."

Despite having three large Vauxhall-Bedford dealers locally we also had a very small Isuzu dealer, and I guess the additional pickup in the Isuzu range would be relatively important to the Isuzu dealer and would not detract from the larger volumes sold through the GM dealers.

-- Last edit: 2016-09-15 17:56:39

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