The October edition of 4X4 Australia hits stores today, September 8.
Overflowing with off-road content, this issue also comes with a bonus LowRange DVD strapped to its back.
We take an in-depth look at a meticulously transformed FJ45, we explain how to spend your dollars wisely when building to a budget, and we take a first drive of Holden’s new Colorado (and drive it back-to-back with a Hilux).
We also reveal some of the Kimberley’s hidden secrets, and take a look at the build process of a mighty custom FJ Cruiser.
In the meantime, here’s what else is in this dazzling October issue:
FIRST DRIVE: 2017 COLORADO
The 2017 Holden Colorado has arrived to shake up the 4x4 establishment. We take it for a first drive.
READY TO RULE THE ROOST
Does the arrival of Mitsubishi’s Pajero Sport spell the end for the ‘old’ Pajero?
We pit the new Colorado up against the class-leading Hilux. Can it keep up with the market leader?
BUILDING TO A BUDGET
Regardless of how big the number is in your savings account, there’s a 4x4 build suitable for any budget.
Transformed from a make-shift dog kennel to one of the best FJ45 Troop Carriers in the world!
The versatile Fuso Canter 4x4 is a viable option as an ultimate expedition rig. We take one to the Vic High Country.
An immaculate custom FJ Cruiser that’s certain to become a cult classic.
SECRETS OF THE KIMBERLEY
The well-worn tracks of the Kimberley still hide some secret gems. We reveal six of them here.
TROOPCARRIERS OF AUSTRALIA
A record-number 150 Troopies congregate to celebrate the 2016 Winter Ramble.
THE RED CENTRE IN A RANGIE SPORT
Is the city-dwelling Range Rover Sport capable of surviving an outback expedition? We take one to the Red Centre to find out.
DRIVE 4 LIFE 2016
This year the cruise ventured to the Kimberley region of Western Australia to raise money for charity.
WILD DOG WINCH CHALLENGE
Winch racing is back in all of its hardcore, ear-drum-splitting, technical glory.
We test a heap more aftermarket products currently on the market, plus we’ve featured a step-by-step guide on how to do the tricky hill-stall recovery. Tow ratings are irking Ron Moon, Dean Mellor relives some disastrous camping adventures, Roothy continues to freshen up Milo, and Fraser explains how emission standards are changing the 4x4 market. Plus there’s plenty more!