COMPLETE coverage of the annual 4x4 of the Year award headlines a massive March 2017 issue of 4X4 Australia.
In this jam-packed issue we also pit two traditional workhorses, Merc’s G300 and Toyota’s LC79, against each other on some of Australia’s toughest tracks.
The best-selling 4x4 vehicles of 2016 is also inside, as are some amazing, must-see outback destinations.
What else is in the March issue?
2017 4X4 OF THE YEAR
Complete coverage to find the year’s best 4x4.
Two traditional rivals brawl on rough soil. Merc G300 v Toyota Land Cruiser 79.
CUSTOM: JEEP JKU WRANGLER RUBICON
Mean and green JKU is a rock-crawling fun machine!
BEST-SELLING 4X4s OF 2016
Looking back at the 10 best-selling rigs of 2016.
WEST MACDONNELL RANGES, NT
Arguably the most accessible outback destination in Australia.
OUTBACK ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE
Who can you call when you break down in the bush?
PAROO RIVER, NSW
Tracing the Paroo River’s string of ephemeral water holes.
STRZELECKI TRACK, SA
The accessible desert track is rich in history.
REBELLE RALLY, USA
Tagging along on America’s first female-only off-road race.
We test a ute-load of 4x4 gear including Hema HX-1 Navigator, Opposite Lock 72-litre fridge/freezer, Axial SXC10 II Jeep Cherokee, Mr Swagman swags, Coleman Hot Water On Demand system, Bridgestone Dueler M/T tyres and GME TX6150 UHF CB radios. We also welcome a new 4x4 to our long-term shed – Toyota’s Land Cruiser 79 GXL Single Cab. Plus, Roothy gets some experienced hands to help with the Milo 2 build, Fraser has an answer to the fuel-use-label dilemma, Deano reveals the hassles of driving snorkel-less 4x4s and Ron advises everyone to stop for a snooze.
The March issue of 4X4 Australia is in stores NOW.