Overland Classifieds :: 2013 Mitsubishi Fuso 4×4 Camper

Alongside the Isuzu NPR 4×4, the Mitsubishi Fuso 4×4 is one of the most highly regarded overland platforms on the market, which is why it’s EarthCruiser’s vehicle of choice. Subsequently, they’re rarely for sale and are snapped up quickly when listed, with recent examples including this 2015 EarthCruiser FX and a 2007 Fuso FG140 4×4. It’s safe to say that when it comes to reliability and build quality, Japanese vehicles are class-leading, so it’s no surprise that the Fuso 4×4 has proven to be a dependable and highly capable all-terrain vehicle. Today’s offering has covered just 52,000 kilometers (32,000 miles), benefits from modifications to enhance 4WD capability, a fully-insulated habitation box, and is generously equipped for the road less traveled.

From the Seller:

This Fuso has traveled from Halifax to Vancouver, New York to San Diego, Nuevo Laredo to Bacalar. As a base truck, the Fuso has amazing maneuverability. The turn radius is awesome; whether navigating Mexico’s tight little villages, or Walmart parking lots, it does it all with ease. The ground clearance is excellent, and it will never overheat, no matter how hard you try. The ventilation in this camper is very effective; the four big windows get air circulating in no time. You feel outside when all is open, yet the insulation makes it way cooler than in the sun. And in winter, the Webasto heater ensures it’s kept warm and cozy. The interior design concept was to keep everything below waist height, giving a feeling of a wide-open space. The entry, which also doubles as a shower, uses red translucent plexiglass walls so it does not cut the view. With its cheerful colors and warm dark wood accents, it makes for a comfy joyful space.”

2013 Mitsubishi Fuso 4×4

The 2013 Fuso 4×4 is fitted with a long-lived 3.0-liter 4-cylinder diesel motor that produces 150 horsepower and 370 pound-feet of torque. A dependable engine is matched with impressive all-terrain capability thanks to a 2-speed transfer case, manual locking hubs, selectable 4WD, full-floating Hypoid front and rear axles, and a positive locking rear differential. The cab interior is not designed to be luxurious, but it is very practical, with an easy-to-read instrument panel, dash-mounted shifter to maximize legroom, adjustable steering wheel, noise-reducing high-mount intake snorkel, and more.

Distinguishing Features

  • Aluminess front bumper
  • Quaife ATB Helical Gear limited-slip front differential
  • Auxiliary diesel tank, 180-liter
  • Super single wheels with Toyo M/T Open Country tires
  • Viair 450C Constant Duty air compressor with 2.5-gallon tank
  • Webasto Thermo Top C engine heater and Dual Top Evo water/air furnace
  • Four Volthium 100-amp-hour lithium batteries with three 160-watt Go Power solar panels

This 2013 Mitsubishi Fuso 4×4 Camper is listed for $150,000 and is currently located in Quebec, Canada. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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