PRICE DROP! 2004 Toyota Hiace 4WD Diesel – For Sale February 2019 in Santiago - $6000 USD

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#1 Tue, 08/14/2018 - 12:53

PRICE DROP! 2004 Toyota Hiace 4WD Diesel – For Sale February 2019 in Santiago - $6000 USD

If you’re looking for a reliable campervan that knows the Pan American like the back of its dash, look no further! We’ll be heading home to normal life (whatever that is) around February 2019 and looking to pass our beloved La Tortuga on to the next lucky owners. This sturdy workhorse has been lapping the Americas for years now and hasn’t missed a beat – you’ll be hard pressed finding a more reliable vehicle than the humble Hiace. Interested parties can email me at [email protected] or shoot me a PM on Facebook. Full logbook (and better images!) can be supplied at your request.

Make: Toyota
Model: Hiace
Year: 2004
Kilometres: 369000 as of October 2018
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Efficiency: 8.4L per 100km
Plates: Czech
Body: Has a few minor battle wounds, nothing substantial – a few scrapes and dents on the flanks and a cracked windscreen.

Recent Maintenence:
Previous owners have replaced the timing belt, clutch and transmission
We have replaced tyres, batteries and recently serviced suspension, rear drive train, wheel bearings
Always well maintained with regular oil/filter changes and small maintenence tasks along the way

Also Includes:
2x Starter Batteries
1x Auxiliary Battery for interior power
Solar Panel
USB Charger
LED Lighting
25L fridge
Coleman 2 Burner Stove
9kg Gas Bottle (American outlet)
Gas oven
MOST IMPORTANT ITEM: Bialetti Moka Express Coffee percolator
26L Water Jerry
2x 10L fuel jerries
Fire Extinguisher
Emergency Triangle Signs
Axe
Small safe for passports etc
Pots, Pans, Cups, Bowls, Plates, Cutlery and other gadgets
Various tools including sockets, wrenches etc
Tyre Pump and repair kit
Jumper Leads
Fan
Heater
Table
Awning
Mosquito netting
Mega comfortable double bed plus linen
Freedom and Adventure

Although we will be sad to part with La Tortuga, we are also excited to pass her on for her next adventure. Feel free to contact me with any questions you might have!

Ryan and Morag, Zen and the Art of Climbing.

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Wed, 10/17/2018 - 12:05

Still available

Hi all, this car is still available! We've booked our flights and are now solid on a fly-out date of 16th Feb 2019, but we also have friends in Temuco and Puerto Natales (Chile) and Tunuyan (Argentina) who could hang on to the car for longer and organise the transfer. If you want this car (and you should) we're willing to make it work however we can :) Get in touch with me at [email protected] or on facebook.

Thu, 10/18/2018 - 03:27

we're interested

Hi, we're a family living now in Perù, and I wish to know if it's possible to travel in four inside: two adults, and two children (6 years and 1 year and half). Or if it's possible (and cheap) solve it. thanks

Thu, 10/18/2018 - 12:14 (Reply to #3)

Hi there,

Hi there,

Thanks for your question. In all honesty, I doubt this is the right vehicle for you. To safely (and legally) seat four people, you would need to take out everything in the back (bed, cupboards, kitchen etc) and find a replacement seat. I doubt this is worth the trouble, and wouldn't leave you anywhere to sleep! That said, if you were very keen on the vehicle and seating is more important than the camper aspect, I am sure you could make the changes fairly cheaply. 

Ryan