|Also called||Chevrolet S-10 GMC Sonoma|
|Assembly||Shreveport, Louisiana, United States|
|Predecessor||Isuzu Pick Up|
|Class||Compact pickup truck|
|Body style||2-door pickup truck|
|Platform||GM GMT325 platform|
|Engine||2.2 L I4 4.3 L V6|
|Transmission||5-speed manual 4-speed automatic|
|Wheelbase||108.3 in (2,751 mm)|
|Length||187.1 in (4,752 mm)|
|Width||67.9 in (1,725 mm)|
|Height||63.9 in (1,623 mm)|
|Curb weight||3,583 lb (1,625 kg)|
|Related||Chevrolet Blazer/GMC Jimmy GMC Envoy Chevrolet TrailBlazer Chevrolet S-10 GMC Sonoma Oldsmobile Bravada|
The Isuzu Hombre was Isuzu's pickup introduced in 1996 as a rebadged Chevrolet S-10/GMC Sonoma. It replaced the Indiana-built Isuzu Pick Up. The most important difference between the two is in equipment — while the S-10/Sonoma boasted an extensive array of optional equipment, the Hombre was offered in a small model range with a modest selection of equipment packages. The Spacecab extended cab, V6 engine and four-wheel drive was added from 1997 to 1998. All three vehicles were produced at General Motors' Shreveport, Louisiana plant.
Two trim levels were offered: the base S and the uplevel XS. The XS had features like a cassette tape deck, higher-grade interior fabric, a tachometer, a sliding rear window, and a split 60/40 seatback.
Hombres were equipped with the Chevrolet S-series 15 x 7 steel wheels (with 8 directional vents) - the Hombre wheels were painted black (the S10, Sonoma, and Blazer/Jimmy wheels were painted silver) since a majority were equipped with wheel covers with the Isuzu logo. Hombres were also available with the S-10's aluminium wheels with Isuzu center caps. The Hombre differs from its GM siblings mostly in the front sheetmetal, with different lights, grille, front bumper and front fenders, which are more flared out. The rear quarter panels are also different, as they have a slight flare over the wheel well to match the front fenders. - which was shared with the Brazilian-built Chevrolet S10 pickup.
Slow sales caused Isuzu to drop the Hombre after 2000. Isuzu would leave the pickup truck business until the release the i-Series. The Hombre is considered one of the rarest pickups in North America as of 2006.
The Hombre had competitors such as the Dodge Dakota, the Ford Ranger, and the Toyota Tacoma