VW’s V6 and four-pot dual-cab Amarok will now be offered with a longer wheelbase, fitting up to a 2.2m tub on the back.
Hyundai has confirmed it will build the Santa Cruz ute six years after it was first shown as a concept. Could it come to Australia, though?
Isuzu’s new D-Max ute could pull sales away from the segment’s leading heroes.
It’s looking likely that Nissan Australia will locally convert the Titan pickup truck through its partnership with Melbourne engineering group Premcar.
Holden Colorado, Acadia, and Trailblazer now come with seven years free servicing.
Mitsubishi has revealed a limited-edition Triton honouring brand ambassador and two-time Dakar Rally winner Toby Price.
A 21st century alternative to the Land Rover Defender is about to arrive, touting an almost 2400kg payload capacity and serious off-road ability.
Hyundai’s first workhorse ute won’t be half baked with Australia having input to ensure it rivals the best in class.
Toby Hagon’s 2019 Ssangyong Musso Review With Price, Specs, Performance, Ride And Handling, Ownership, Safety, Verdict And Score. In A Nutshell With cabin size on its side, the Ssangyong Musso arrives in a busy ute segment with a dual-cab offering that undercuts most rivals. Throw in a seven-year warranty and
The Toyota LandCruiser LC79 is a ute, but a very different kind of ute to the ones setting the sales charts on fire.
Electric 4x4s? When, not if. A somewhat controversial topic appearing of late within the off-road community, is the future development and “evolution” of 4×4’s, given all the new technology filtering through coupled with increased regulations and compliance issues regarding emission controls as we move forward. Which is why I believe,
Why people buy the 4X4s they do is always an interesting question. This time it’s the change from a Discovery 3 to a Landcruiser 79… What did you own before and why did you buy it? Our last vehicle was a 2009 Discovery 3, purchased as a new vehicle. We
Ford’s Ranger has led the way in the ute segment since 2012. What can we expect next? BACK IN THE DAY your average ute was slow, poor offroad, unsafe and ordinary on the road. About the only thing it was good for was lugging a load. These days all that
Utes are now just as popular for offroad touring as wagons, but how best to set one up? OVER THE LAST ten years the ute has come a long way with massively improved safety, on and offroad performance as well as convenience features. Many 4WD shops now work on more
Great Wall has announced it will take over control of its Australian and NZ operations from July 1, saying it will be launching a Great Wall ute later in the year.