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Video: Custom Jeep JKU Wrangler Rubicon

Mean and green weekend warrior has a go-anywhere attitude

Custom Jeep Cherokee Limited review

With a swag of enhancements, this Jeep is a terrific all-rounder.

Volkswagen Amarok V6 vs Ford Ranger Wildtrak comparison review

How does the Amarok’s 3.0-litre V6 stack up against the Ranger’s five-cylinder diesel?

2016 Toyota Hilux SR5: Outback road test

An outback grand Tour tests the ins and outs of our resident toyota hilux.

Ford Explorer Sport review

Ford’s Territory replacement is still 12 months away, so we sampled another of the brand’s seven-seat SUVs on a drive through the Filipino count...

2016's most popular 4x4s: Top 10

Utes are becoming even more popular in Australia, and now make up eight out of the top 10 best-selling 4x4s.

2017 4X4OTY #7: Holden Trailblazer LTZ

Trailblazer is a new name for what was previously called the Colorado 7; a seven-seat wagon based on the Colorado ute, in this case the much-rev...

2017 Isuzu D-Max and MU-X launched

Australia’s love affair with the Japanese brand’s tough workhorse remains strong.

2017 4X4OTY #6: Holden Colorado LTZ

After several attempts at bringing the Colorado up to scratch, Holden has finally pulled the whole thing apart and started again.

2017 4X4OTY #5: Mercedes-Benz G-Professional G300 Cab Chassis

The G-Class is Mercedes-Benz’s longest running model and even outdates Toyota’s venerable 70 Series.

Video: Mercedes-Benz G300 vs Toyota LandCruiser 79

How well do Merc’s G300 and Toyota’s LC79 cart a load?

2017 4X4OTY #4: Haval H9 Luxury

HAVAL is Great Wall’s SUV offshoot brand, and the H9 is the only proper 4x4 in the Haval range.

Harrop Ford Ranger wins inaugural Custom 4x4OTY

Harrop Ford Ranger wins the 2016 Custom 4X4OTY, and MaxTrax prize-winners announced.

2017 4X4OTY #3: Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLS

The Pajero Sport is based on the Triton ute that arrived early in 2015 and was a finalist at last year’s 4X4OTY.

2017 4X4OTY #2: Volkswagen Amarok TDI550 Ultimate

The first significant change to the Amarok since the eight-speed automatic four-cylinder.