About Chevy Luv Truck
Every now and then, a car company presents a peculiar vehicle that is briefly produced but somehow unforgettable. The Chevy LUV truck is such a vehicle, making its name in the 1970s but enduring to this day. It has become somewhat of a darling for collectors of uncommon vehicles. The diminutive truck's name is an acronym that stands for light utility vehicle, and it proved to be a useful and economical ride. The Chevy LUV engine was produced by Japanese company Isuzu, and the American iteration is simply a re-branded version of the Isuzu Faster that was once ubiquitous in Japan. The truck features either a gasoline or diesel engine. Both are 4-cylinders, and they displace 1.6-liter and 2.0-liter, respectively. Although GM ceased production of the Chevy LUV truck in 1980, the Isuzu version endured, and is now known as the D-Max. It is a trusted vehicle in many countries for light-duty construction. Fortunately for the drivers that still have the LUV, there are a vast variety of the Chevy LUV parts, accessories, and trucks to be found on eBay.