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December 2019 issue of 4X4 Australia is out now

By Tristan Tancredi, 13 Nov 2019 News

4X4 Australia December 2019 issue preview news

Custom 4x4 of the Year headlines a massive issue of 4X4 Australia.

IT’S that time where we round up the best custom 4x4s of the year and hand the responsibility over to our readers to vote for a winner.

The December 2019 issue of 4x4 Australia features an eclectic selection of custom fourbies we’ve analysed and ogled throughout the year, with more than 20 pages dedicated to the top class of 2019. Vote for a winner from November 14 and you could be the lucky winner of a Maxxis Tyres voucher valued at up to $2000.

It wouldn’t be the December issue without the annual Christmas Gift Guide, where we’ve listed a heap of great stocking-stuffing ideas from a number of aftermarket companies: Ironman 4x4, MSA 4X4, Thunder Auto, Clearview Accessories, HEMA, MaxTrax, Narva, Projecta and Lightforce.

But wait, there’s more. Matt snared the keys to Harrop’s supercharged Ram 1500 and hit the hills in pursuit of an adrenaline kick. Performance is effortless, but it drinks more than the 4X4 crew around a campfire.

MSA 4X4’s ‘SuperCruiser’ 6WD build has finally wrapped up, with the beast of a thing finally transformed into an epic go-anywhere people mover. We finally get a look at how it tracks off-road.

Complete coverage of our desert drag race is also in this issue. We lined up seven dual-cab utes on a dusty claypan and pushed the pedal to the metal – first to reach 800 metres wins.

-       JL Wrangler Rubicon V6 hits dirt
-       New Colorado LSX in the Flinders.
-       R&R along the Murray River.
-       Four-wheeling in Lightning Ridge.
-       Patrol, Ranger and Hilux in the shed.
-       Readers Rigs, columns, product reviews and heaps more.

The December 2019 issue of 4X4 Australia is out November 14.