Here’s what’s arguably the nicest Isuzu VehiCROSS left in existence. Sold in the U.S. from just the 1999 through 2001 model years, the VehiCROSS was based on the 2-door Isuzu Amigo but wore a design the likes of which had never been seen on a production vehicle. Known primarily for its unique styling, the VehiCROSS also boasted great off-road capability, thanks in large part to its body-on-frame design, solid rear axle and stock monotube shocks, which came with external heat expansion chambers, a new feature for a production 4-wheel-drive vehicle at the time.
Altogether, just more than 4,000 VehiCROSSes were sold in the United States, and this has to be one the cleanest example still around. It’s a 1999 Ironman Edition, and it comes in white with a red interior. While most VehiCROSSes you see on the road now display heavy fading on their plastic body panels, the panels on this one look as good as new. The inside is just as clean. The 20-year-old Recaro leather seats show minimal cracking, and the carpet shows only light wear. Under the hood is a 3.5-liter V6 engine that puts out 215 horsepower and is mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission. The best part is that this VehiCROSS comes with only 42,000 miles on the odometer, meaning that it was only driven, on average, about 2,000 miles per year since it was new. Only 602 Ironman Edition VehiCROSSes were built.
This pristine Isuzu VehiCROSS is available in Reading, Pennsylvania, for $12,987, and its low mileage and great condition make it a great collector’s item for any Isuzu fans out there. Find an Isuzu VehiCROSS for sale
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