This 2000 Isuzu Trooper was sold new in Virginia, where it was registered with two previous owners before its acquisition by the selling dealer. The truck is finished in white over beige cloth and powered by a 3.5-liter V6 coupled to a four-speed automatic transmission and a two-speed transfer case. Additional equipment includes full-time four-wheel drive, power windows and door locks, air conditioning, cruise control, and a factory stereo with a CD changer. Brake work, tire rotation, wheel balancing, and an oil change were carried out in the past year along with replacement of the fuel tank pressure sensor. This Trooper shows 99k miles and is offered at no reserve with manufacturer’s literature, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Virginia title.
White paint is accented by darker cladding on the bumpers, fender flares, and rocker panels. A 60/40 split rear door with an exterior-mounted spare tire cover provides access to the rear cargo area. Scrapes and scratches are shown up close in the gallery below, and rust is present in the rear door jambs. The selling dealer also notes touch-ups on the hood and overspray on the side steps.
Factory 16″ five-lug wheels wear Mastercraft 245/70 tires. New brake pads and front rotors were installed in the previous 12 months, while the rear rotors were machined. Tire rotation and wheel balancing were also carried out.
The interior is trimmed in beige cloth with matching carpets and door panels, and a darker plastic is used on the top half of the dash. Factory equipment includes automatic climate control, a digital clock, cruise control, heated side-view mirrors, and a rear window defroster. The fold-and-tumble rear bench seat features a 60/40 split and an integrated center armrest. Photos of the cargo area and retractable cover are shown in the gallery below.
Instrumentation includes a 125-mph speedometer, a tachometer, a four-wheel drive status indicator, and a digital odometer showing 99k miles, 75 of which were added by the selling dealer. A high- and low-range transfer case selector flanks the gear shifter, and the stock stereo includes a cassette player and an accessory six-disc CD changer.
The 3.5-liter V6 was rated at 215 horsepower from the factory and is coupled to a four-speed automatic transmission. Service in the last 12 months included an oil change along with installation of a new fuel tank pressure sensor.
A Borg-Warner torque-on-demand system routes power to all four wheels. Additional underbody photos are available in the gallery below.
The July 2020 Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage and lists continuous registration in Virginia from 2000 to October 2019.