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Cross Lander #311417 09/04/03 11:13 PM
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slimteufel Offline OP
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Re: Cross Lander [Re: slimteufel] #311418 09/05/03 01:32 AM
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Smiley Offline
Trail Leader
Yep... No doubt about it...

[Linked Image]

If they can build them as stout as they look, it would be mighty nice to have one, indeed!

Smiley <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />


Six Isuzus, so far... still have three of them.
Re: Cross Lander [Re: Smiley] #311419 09/05/03 01:39 AM
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Canucklehead Offline
Mudrunner
Do these things remind anyone else of the Land Rover Defenders or is it just me?


Steve

'97 Rodeo 5spd. 3.2L SOHC V6 4WD
Re: Cross Lander [Re: Smiley] #311420 09/05/03 01:40 AM
Anonymous
Unregistered
pretty friggin sweet!
it's vehicles like that, that make you wanna make a money tree!
looks like a love child between a D-90 and a D-110

Re: Cross Lander [Re: Canucklehead] #311421 09/05/03 01:49 AM
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Smiley Offline
Trail Leader
I don't see why someone couldn't re-badge one of these, and pass it off as a Rover. --- Although, just for the fun of it, personally, I think I'd slap an Isuzu emblem on mine! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/pfft.gif" alt="" />

In all seriousness, this does sort of open the door for me to ask the question:
Why in the *Bleep-bleep-bleep* doesnt Isuzu try their hand at building something like this?

Cheers! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />
Smiley


Six Isuzus, so far... still have three of them.
Re: Cross Lander [Re: slimteufel] #311422 09/05/03 01:55 AM
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LTC Don Offline
Rock Warrior
It seems to be a big tease although more dealerships seem to be coming on board.

The CrossLander was supposed to be introduced mid to late last year but for some reason, keeps being pushed back and I see the turbodiesel option is pushed back another year.

Hmmmmmm.......... <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />

There's been several other threads on this truck along with some other links.

Cheers,
[Linked Image]


Don B.
1991 Trooper LS 2.8L V6 with some stuff
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Re: Cross Lander [Re: LTC Don] #311423 09/05/03 02:04 AM
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Rust_in_Peace Offline
Mudrunner
Let's hope they get enough dealer/service network to make it practical to own. With a 4.0 and able to tow over 5,700#, it's on my list to watch. It just surprises me that it has drum rear brakes.



If you go to the Zoo, always take something to feed the animals - even if the signs say "Do Not Feed The Animals". It wasn't the animals that put up those signs!
Re: Cross Lander [Re: Smiley] #311424 09/05/03 03:14 AM
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Wayne Offline
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Not just stout, but quality.
I'm not asking for Lexus quality, but if it has Yugo quality, they'd have to do like Inkjet printers:
Give the crosslander away for $2000 and make the other $14,000 up on replacment parts.

1. "If a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is."
2. "But that leaves a thin but real chance that you just lucked into a great deal."


[color:"white"] 04 Rodeo DI [/color] 75k mi, body damage on the 1st weekend I got it.
Re: Cross Lander [Re: slimteufel] #311425 09/05/03 05:08 AM
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LSGA Offline
Mudrunner
Slimteufel, when i called in about these in Jan/Feb, a dealership in Savannah is one of like two or three in Georgia that were selling them... you're lucky to be so close!

Cheers <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />,
~Santi

Edit: P.S. Nice homepage in your profile hehehe <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


1996 Isuzu Trooper LS, 33" BFG KMs, ARB Bullbar, OME 919's + 2.5" Daystar Spacers, RS5000's (Nissan Patrol's in the rear), DOR Bumpstops, K&N cone, Aisin manuals, factory LSD. oh, and a ton of N.E. rust <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />
Re: Cross Lander [Re: LSGA] #311426 09/05/03 05:34 AM
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I dunno, folks. I'm a bit of a skeptic. Give up my P-port for something that looks just like a 'Rover? I dunno. That would be like, well, sacrelige! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif" alt="" />

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