Our annual 4x4 Of The Year awards have been run and won and the full feature is in the February issue of 4X4 Australia Magazine, on sale now!
John Rooth joined our regular team of experts on the 4x4OTY trip in 2016 and it was bit of learning curve for him to see how the award is judged.
Take a look at some of the behind the scenes action and stay tuned over the coming week as we look at the 4x4OTY finalists and the winning rig.
The results are in, click here to find out who won the 2016 4X4 Of The Year.
The six best 4x4 vehicles of 2015 battling it out to be crowned 4x4 Of The Year 2016.
Only one of the six best 4x4s from 2015 can be crowned 4x4 Of The Year 2016
TOUGH DOG SUSPENSION
Tough Dog brought its new Hilux along to the party to show how much of an improvement you can expect with a quality aftermarket suspension kit.
As always, the vehicles were not judged against each other, but against the established 4X4OTY criteria.
MEET THE JUDGES
With more than 245 years of four-wheel driving experience between them, our judges rate as some of the most experienced in Australia.
The 4X4OTY test route must challenge each vehicle’s individual capabilities.
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