Isuzu Journey is a minibus built by Japanese manufacturer Isuzu since the 1970s, and in some large format in 1973. The range was mainly available as a city bus and a tourist coach. In Japan, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Africa, and South America, its main competitors are Mitsubishi Fuso Rosa, Nissan Civilian, and Toyota Coaster. The current W41 series was based on travel civilians.
- BE/BL/BM Series (1973-1993)
- K Series (1972-1999)
- W40 Series (1993-1999)
- W41 Series (1999–present)
These are the diesel engines of 2.8 and 3.6 liters, respectively. These engines were later upgraded to more powerful, cleaner units. A very large (53 seater) rear-engaged bus, called Journey K, appeared in 1972 and was replaced by Isuzu Erga Mio in 1999. There was also a Light Duty Journey E, which is still made on the basis of Elf, but the bodywork is supplied by the outside firm.