4X4 Australia October edition on shelves now

4X4 Australia October edition on shelves now

It’s shiny and you can hold it in your hand: it’s the latest edition of 4x4 Australia and it’s packed with all things 4x4.

The October edition of 4X4 Australia is on shelves now. Inside we check out the new Ford Everest, the updated Ford Ranger and send a pack of modified Amaroks to battle it out at Queensland’s Land Cruiser Mountain Park.

We also have a gander at a stretched Toyota Hilux and a modded-up Dark Label Amarok that’ll have you buying a bucket-load of lotto tickets.

You can grab your copy of 4X4 Australia from newsagents or by subscribing to 4X4 Australia in electronic or print format.

In the meantime, here’s a sniff of what else is inside:

V8 Nissan Patrol custom

This off-road monster is equipped with an arsenal of weapons-grade mods including a stonking V8 diesel engine. We took it for a run in the mud.

 October issue 1Expedition Overland

Expedition Overland’s Clay Croft is eyeing off Australia for his next adventure. We check in with the American 4x4 film-maker to see what’s what.

October issue 2Deua National Park, NSW

We tackle Deua National Park’s insanely steep climbs and descents.

October issue 3East MacDonnell Ranges, NT

Ron Moon discovers that gold and gems aren’t the only treasures in the East MacDonnell Ranges.

October issue 16Coongie Lakes, SA

We travel a long way to see if South Australia’s Coongie Lakes is worth the trek.

October issue 4The Barraba Track, NSW

The little-known Barraba track in NSW is winding, steep and sometimes closed. Is it worth the trouble?

October issue 5Toyota 70 Series wide-track coil fix

Here’s a bolt-in, wide-track coil spring suspension that improves the 70 Series on a number of fronts – bingo!

October issue 6CFMoto X550 ATV and U550 UTV

These farmer-friendly side-by-sides are taken for a spin in the paddock.

October issue 7Speedliner

It’s been a review almost six years in the making: Scott Heiman sees how his Speedliner tub liner has held up.

October issue 8Razorback canopy

A ute is stamped from sheet metal, robotically welded and moved along a high-tech production line. Turns out, so are these metal canopies.

October issue 9Twozone box fridge

The Twozone box attaches to your fridge to create two cooling zones and to increase capacity. We loan it a beer and have a look.

October issue 10Tough Dog suspension upgrade

Standard Nissan Navara D22 suspension leaves a lot to be desired. Tough Dog has a fix.

October issue 11Bridgestone Dueler M/T

Is it worth changing from all-terrains to these Bridgestone muddies? Our man Stu reckons so.

October issue 12Three-second tent

It took GT longer than three seconds to put it up, but Oztent’s Malamoo is still pretty handy.

October issue 14Korr lighting

We rig up a Land Cruiser and head bush to test Korr’s LED lights.

October issue 15…as always, the mag has the latest news and events, stats and figures, as well as the industry’s most respected names.

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