Customised metal in this issue doesn’t end there, though, with DBOR producing the first Australian-modified JL Wrangler. The orange Overland was even revealed before the JL’s official Australian debut, and it’s both eccentric and unstoppable.
Customising a 4x4 mightn’t be everyone’s cup of tea – time or budget restraints, perhaps? – so we’ve listed the seven best stock vehicles currently in showrooms that are ready, as they are, to tackle some seriously wild off-road tracks … and yes, the Jimny made the cut.
A few new vehicles also arrived locally recently, and in this issue we carve a path through the twisties with both the 2020 Colorado and LDV T60 Trailrider.
In this issue we also take a look at three disparate wagons with very different price tags: the Jimny, the G-Class and the Wrangler.
Plus, MSA’s 6x6 build hits a few hurdles, we tackle a few well-known tracks in the Chillagoe and Pilliga regions, and we review a bunch of new off-road kit including the forward-fold Cub Camper.
WHAT ELSE IS THERE?
- Exploring Condon to Marble Bar.
- Ford Ranger project car enters the 4x4 shed.
- 1976 FJ40 update.
- Readers Rigs.
- Product tests, regular columns and heaps more.
The August 2019 issue of 4X4 Australia will be in stores from today, July 25.