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The Landwind is a truck design bought from Isuzu - known as the Rodeo in the US - that is some 20+ years old! Comparing the 2 is like apples and oranges.

Take any truck based vehicle from 20 years ago and I bet you none will pass today's crash tests either.

With that said, the Landwind should really switch designs soon!
 

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As Landwind is just a copy of old 1990's Opel Frontera - so the results of crash tests are just THE SAME! I can't give you photo right now but actually they are not different. ;)
 

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Isuzu never sold its design

Uh, yes it did.

Jiangling, the company that makes the LandWind, is partially owned (12.5%) by Isuzu Japan and has been producing Isuzu-based products under license since 1984. At the moment all but one of Jiangling's products are directly based on Isuzus or are actual license-built copies of obsolete Isuzu designs.
 

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iangling, the company that makes the LandWind, is partially owned (12.5%) by Isuzu Japan and has been producing Isuzu-based products under license since 1984. At the moment all but one of Jiangling's products are directly based on Isuzus or are actual license-built copies of obsolete Isuzu designs.
Well, looks like GM must have a communication problem, as GM was investigating on this issue.

If Landwinds do have a proper license, then its' all fine.
 
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