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21-05-2012 19:05 #11
21-05-2012 19:19 #12
Unless you want to do some hardcore 4WDing though (think boggy, sandy hill climbs, water crossings etc) then you could survive without low range. I've only used low range to go up soft sand dunes (in a Prado) otherwise high range suits for most conditions.
21-05-2012 19:42 #13
Suzuki vitara. Only 'real' 4wd small car. Unless you go old school to a daihatsu rocky/feroza etc etc.
Hope you get something great.
21-05-2012 19:45 #14
I love my Nissan X trail! It's a 2002 model and we paid $11,000. I haven't taken it for a real off road test yet though but have heard good things from people who have.
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