|Isuzu Geminett (Minkara).|
This sharing of cars, sold in an OEM basis is very common among Japanese automakers, to this day. Subaru itself would sell rebadged Nissan AD commercial wagons as Leone when that namplate was replaced by the Impreza.
k3.dion.ne.jp/~leone_oc (more pictures down below). According to the Google translation of the Geminett-II article of the Japanese Wikipedia, it was sold from 1988 to 1993.
As you can surely see already, this is nothing but a Suzuki Cultus under the Isuzu badge. The following pictures come from minkara.carview.co.jp, and there are even more images from the same catalog here, which also contributed with images of the Geminett-II.
Here in Chile, the Cultus was known as Suzuki Forsa, here is a brochure from the late 80's.
As I already told you, these Geminett rebadges accompanied the "autenthically Isuzu" passenger models like the Gemini and Aska. These sedans were both based on GM world car platforms, and as the company entered the 90's, they were also eventually replaced by badged engineered cars from other Japanese companies.
The Isuzu Gemini became a Honda Domino, and the Aska a Subaru Legacy.
Soon after that, Isuzu would also discontinue their sport Piazza (Impulse) models, and focus only on SUVs and trucks, which were already their only products in the US market.
As promissed, here are more pictures of the Geminett-II brochure, and a real example that found itself in Russia.
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More Geminett-II pictures:
More Isuzu rebadges.
Chevrolet Gemini (Chile).