Isuzu Off-Road Bumpers

The Japanese-based automaker Isuzu had first “landed” its vehicles on American shores back in 1980’s with the Pup being the first Isuzu pickup sold in the US. Then there was an SUV, the Trooper, which quickly gained popularity in that new market segment and was responsible for the large popularity of sport utility vehicle category as such in the course of that decade. Isuzu’s model lineup which you’ll see at your local dealer includes only SUVs and pickup trucks. Their vehicles are affordable, practical, and provide with all the necessary bells and whistles for comfortable daily driving.

Most likely, your Isuzu has rolled across miles and miles of roads and have been used for all sorts of jobs and activities. Maybe it became a little rough around the edges and just needs to freshen up. At CARiD we offer a large selection of aftermarket upgrades and replacement parts needed if you want your Isuzu to look as good as new. In our Isuzu off-road bumpers section you’ll find just what you need if the original rear bumper of your Isuzu became damaged or badly worn and needs to be replaced with something more functional and reliable. With the universal series surestep rear bumper by Fey you’ll have a high-quality functional off-road bumper, and thanks to OE style steel step plate it will greatly improve the overall appearance of your vehicle.

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