EarthCruiser EXP Overland Vehicle

Aug 23, 2018

Category: Rides

Originally headquartered in Australia, EarthCruiser has proven that they know how to build hardcore, off-road-ready expedition vehicles — even having sent one 16,000 miles across the Asian continent. But when they moved to one of America’s outdoor meccas (Bend, Oregon), they further solidified that reputation. And now is your chance to own their flagship rig, the EarthCruiser EXP.

Built on a Mitsubishi Fuso FG4×4 — equipped with a 3.0-liter diesel engine capable of 161 horsepower and 295 foot-pounds of torque — this mobile basecamp might just be the ultimate all-in-one overlander. That’s only bolstered by the many, many upgrades EarthCruiser has included, like a kinetic frame mounting system, beefed-up all-terrain suspension, push-button roof deployment, rooftop solar panels, a water purification system, a fully-functional kitchenette, and ultra-durable marine-grade plastic all around the interior. The list just keeps going. Order one for yourself today at a starting price of $290,000.

Purchase: $290,000+

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