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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year The original and still the best! 4x4 magazine is the market leader in automotive off-roading. Still with its heart and soul invested in the seasoned off-road enthusiast, 4x4 magazine aims to cover the latest models, bring you the hot news from around the world, essential buying and practical information on the most popular, saving owners time and money in the process, while also inspiring and informing readers about the joys of off-roading.

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4x4 Magazine  |  2014 Pick-up of the Year  


Perhaps it’s a little like the expression ‘after the Lord Mayor’s Show’, but this issue has been a refreshing return to down to earth four-wheel drives. Now, there’s nothing wrong with all the shiny, brand new polished metal and exclusive leather interiors of those mega-expensive luxury 4x4s we reported on in our 4x4 Of The Year issue last month, but for most of us, they will always remain just a dream machine. I must admit that I’d be tempted with a Range Rover Sport if those lottery numbers were to come in - very tempted to be honest – but I also know that I’ll survive without one. To be honest, getting the new Hankook winter tyres fitted to our long term test Grand Vitara gave me nearly as much pleasure this month. It’s a great competent little 4x4, and given the panic scare stories appearing on the front pages of some newspapers - the north wind will blow and we are due to have snow - a winter tyre is a must. Since I hate the cold winter weather it would be a lie to say I can’t wait, but at least I’m prepared. It was interesting to hear two different stories from the Suzuki and Toyota dealers I visited this month; Jemca Toyota in Croydon are selling winter tyres, Suzuki in Bromley are not. What will it take to convince people? Maybe if a summer tyre shod 4x4 slides into the back of the Grand Vitara this winter when I manage to stop so much quicker, I’ll get one convert. Knowing your braking distances are so much shorter in a winter tyre shod 4x4 does lead to you keep a good look in that rear view mirror.
After our 4x4 Of The Year issue, which if you missed, is available as a back issue (go to www.4x4i.com), we are back to more normal machines. Saying that, there’s nothing ‘normal’ about the stunning Jeep we feature in this issue (see page 42). Military Jeeps are not usually something we bother too much with but when I fi rst saw the photographs
I was intrigued. Not being an expert on these things, even I could see something was a little different.
The original and still the best! 4x4 magazine is the market leader in automotive off-roading. Still with its heart and soul invested in the seasoned off-road enthusiast, 4x4 magazine aims to cover the latest models, bring you the hot news from around the world, essential buying and practical information on the most popular, saving owners time and money in the process, while also inspiring and informing readers about the joys of off-roading. Covering all the core 4x4 vehicles, from icons such as Land Rovers and Jeeps through to the latest rugged Japanese pick-ups, ATVs, commercials and other specialist off-road vehicles.
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4x4 Magazine   |   2014 Pick-up of the Year   


Perhaps it’s a little like the expression ‘after the Lord Mayor’s Show’, but this issue has been a refreshing return to down to earth four-wheel drives. Now, there’s nothing wrong with all the shiny, brand new polished metal and exclusive leather interiors of those mega-expensive luxury 4x4s we reported on in our 4x4 Of The Year issue last month, but for most of us, they will always remain just a dream machine. I must admit that I’d be tempted with a Range Rover Sport if those lottery numbers were to come in - very tempted to be honest – but I also know that I’ll survive without one. To be honest, getting the new Hankook winter tyres fitted to our long term test Grand Vitara gave me nearly as much pleasure this month. It’s a great competent little 4x4, and given the panic scare stories appearing on the front pages of some newspapers - the north wind will blow and we are due to have snow - a winter tyre is a must. Since I hate the cold winter weather it would be a lie to say I can’t wait, but at least I’m prepared. It was interesting to hear two different stories from the Suzuki and Toyota dealers I visited this month; Jemca Toyota in Croydon are selling winter tyres, Suzuki in Bromley are not. What will it take to convince people? Maybe if a summer tyre shod 4x4 slides into the back of the Grand Vitara this winter when I manage to stop so much quicker, I’ll get one convert. Knowing your braking distances are so much shorter in a winter tyre shod 4x4 does lead to you keep a good look in that rear view mirror.
After our 4x4 Of The Year issue, which if you missed, is available as a back issue (go to www.4x4i.com), we are back to more normal machines. Saying that, there’s nothing ‘normal’ about the stunning Jeep we feature in this issue (see page 42). Military Jeeps are not usually something we bother too much with but when I fi rst saw the photographs
I was intrigued. Not being an expert on these things, even I could see something was a little different.
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year 4x4 Magazine magazine print subscription.
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