Isuzu MU-X 2016 Problems

No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Isuzu MU-X 2016 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.

Isuzu MU-X 2016: Problems after servicing

Answered by CarsGuide 14 Mar 2020

Any odd or new noises from an automatic transmission are, indeed, bad noises Gavin. Squealing or screeching from the gearbox can be caused by any number of things, but none of them are good and none of them are likely to go away on their own.

To be honest, I’ve heard of more problems with the Isuzu’s manual gearbox, with the fifth-gear synchro dragging and making a dry-bearing noise. The first thing I’d do is interrogate the car’s on-board computer to see if any fault codes show up and take it from there.

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Why is my Isuzu MU-X LST 2016 stalling?

Answered by CarsGuide 20 Sep 2019

It would only be speculation on my part of I was to try and diagnose the problem; it could be any number of things causing it. The best thing is to continue working with your Isuzu dealer until the cause of the problem is found, particularly as the car is still under warranty. If the dealer can’t find the fault get them to call in Isuzu head office technical staff that should be able to track it down.

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Isuzu MU-X 2016: Transmission shudder and noise

Answered by CarsGuide 16 Dec 2016

It's not something that we have come across before, and it doesn't seem right, but it needs further investigation to find out if it is a normal function of the car or a fault. I suspect the latter, but couldn't say one way or the other without witnessing it do it. Take it up with your dealer again, and if he says it is normal with the MU-X ask him to demonstrate it on another car. If he can't reproduce it on another one press him and Isuzu to investigate why it's happening on your car. If he can show you that it does happen on others you have to believe that it is an in-built fault with the MU-X.

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Best 7-seat SUV with second and third row child seats?

Answered by CarsGuide 21 Oct 2016

They all have child seat anchorages in the second row, but you're right that the Everest has anchorages in the second and third rows. The Everest would be the one to go for; it's got the most up-to-date cabin and would be best suited to your needs.

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