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January 2019 issue of 4X4 Australia: what’s inside?

By Tristan Tancredi, 01 Jan 2019 News

4X4 Australia January 2019 issue preview feature

Welcome in the New Year with a copy of our January 2019 issue. Out January 3.

IF YOUR New Year’s resolution isn’t to hit more 4WD tracks and explore this great, big country of ours, it really should be.

So, what better way to welcome in the New Year than with a copy of the January 2019 issue of 4X4 Australia. Sit back, have a read, and get inspiration for your next (or first) off-road adventure.

The January issue is headlined by two brilliant but very different custom builds. One is a smartly built 200 Series put together by a family man; the other is a wild, dune-scorching FJ45 ready to tackle events like the Baja 1000.

It is holiday season, so we’ve included four ripping destinations around the country you could sink your teeth into: Fraser Island, Discovery Bay, Rocky River and South Australia’s Copper Track.

To get you to these destinations safely – and back again – you need a quality set of tyres. So in this issue we’ve also included a comprehensive all-terrain tyre comparison, where we’ve lined seven tyres up against each other to test their mettle, both on and off-road.

-          We fang SsangYong’s Musso dual-cab ute
-          All you need to know about the upcoming Jeep Gladiator
-          2018 Custom 4x4 of the Year announced
-          Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 driven in the States
-          Products reviews, monthly columns and heaps more 

Get your 2019 off to a cracking start. The January issue is in stores on January 3.