1999 Isuzu VehiCROSS 3.5 L. Torque on Demand 4x4 LOW MILES! ONE OWNER! RARE!
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Savanna, Illinois, United States
Features and Specifications
1999 Isuzu VehiCROSS1999 Isuzu VehiCross
Only 86K Miles
Torque on Demand Automatic Four Wheel Drive!
This Isuzu VehiCROSS was a Local trade. It was owned by an older woman who bought it brand new. This vehicle was taken care of and was hardly driven. It is a one owner with low miles. Only 86k original miles on it. This Isuzu runs and drives great. The engine is strong. The tranny shifts great. No problem getting this vehicle up to highway speeds. The Automatic Torque on Demand 4x4 works great. Any bit of wheel slippage and the 4x4 kicks in right away. It has different push button driving setting for Winter or Power. This vehicle handles excellently. There is absolutely no rust on the body. This vehicle has a clean and clear title with NO Accidents! The interior looks amazing and is nearly flawless. No rips, tears, or stains in the seats. The leather interior is an awesome Red and Black color scheme. It does have Heated seats. The seats are factory stock Recaro racing seats! The back seats fold up for extra room in the cargo area. The tires are like brand new. Factory Original Chrome 16" Rims.
this is a RARE Vehicle only produced from 1997-2001 with a production run of only 5,958 worldwide!
No Reserve Auction Starting at $8,000
Buyer is Responsible for Shipping or Pick Up (We would be able to recommend a shipping company and help in any way with shipping arrangements)
Deposit of $500 non refundable due within 24 hours.
Payment is to be made within 7 Days or we will Relist
Any questions call Carlos at 815-273-0106
The VehiCROSS was originally unveiled as a concept vehicle at the 1993 Tokyo International Auto Show. Its ultimate Japanese production release in 1997 was notable in that the production vehicle arrived with very few design changes and in a very short time. This feat was accomplished through the use of inexpensive ceramic body-stamping dies and the reuse of readily-available Isuzu parts. The truck was intended to showcase Isuzu's off-road technology, and is one of the few vehicles to ship with monotube shocks with external heat-expansion chambers, a technology normally reserved for off-road motorcycle racing.
Motor Trend featured the VehiCROSS on its May 1999 cover, and included it in its "Top 10 Sport Utilities" for Most Unique Styling.
Four Wheeler featured the VehiCROSS as the "First Runner Up" for Four Wheeler of the Year in 2000 behind the Tahoe Z71; when pitted against: Chevrolet Tahoe Z71, GMC Yukon, Nissan Xterra, Ford Excursion and Mitsubishi Montero Sport. The VehiCROSS scored highest of all 6 Mechanically, for Trail Performance and Highway Performance.
Both a concept four-door version (VX-4) and a roadster (VX-O2) were shown at the 2000 Los Angeles International Auto Show, but neither reached production. Both of these concepts were donated to the Peterson Museum in Los Angeles in late 2008.
The all-new limited production1999 Isuzu VehiCROSS is a concept car that is now a reality for Isuzu. The two-door, 4-passenger SUV features radical design, a potent powerplant and serious off-road capabilities. Powering the VehiCROSS is a 3.5-liter 4-cam V6 borrowed from the Trooper, delivering 215-hp and 230 lb-ft of torque, linked to a 4-speed automatic good for 15/19 mpg city/hwy. A Torque On Demand 4-wheel drive system and first production use of monotube remote reservoir shocks help this small Isuzu handle like a sports car on and off the road. Inside Recaro bucket seats trimmed in red leather accents and carbon fiber door panels continue the concept car theme. All together the VehiCROSS is like no other small SUV.