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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  |  4x4 Magazine October 2013  


It’s all the Range Rover’s fault. How ironic that the issue when we decide to look at budget 4x4s,
with a target price of £2500, that Bentley should announce the company is to build the ‘most
luxurious and most powerful SUV ever’. Now for many, £2500 is a reasonable amount for a 4x4,
especially for those lucky enough to have it as a second ‘hobby’ vehicle that they can enjoy at
the weekends but not have to use on a daily basis. We think we have made some good suggestions
of where to spend your money (see page 26) but would like to hear from you if you have some
better suggestions! Of course, as we were putting this ‘bargain budget’ issue to press, we then
heard from Bentley that the company is going to invest £800m on the build of a brand new SUV.
Now, I appreciate that this is an ‘investment’ and is not actually a large pile of newly printed Jane
Austen tenners in boxes and handed over to that Canadian chap at the Bank of England, but which
ever way you look at it, Eight Hundred Million Pounds is a lot of dosh. Why would a marque, with
absolutely zero history and heritage of 4x4, suddenly decide to build an SUV? Surely it can only be
that the bigwigs at Bentley were getting a little concerned at all the glamorous motor shows around
the world when those financially favoured Chinese, Indian and Russian businessmen were walking
passed the Bentley stand and rushing to the JLR display to put their markers down on getting a
new Range Rover, and perhaps a couple of Evoques while I’ve got my cheque book out…
But what exactly are they going to build? Bentley, as I’m sure you know, is owned by the
Volkswagen Group (which also owns Lamborghini, Bugatti and Porsche) so there is a lot of
experience in luxury models, and a touch of 4x4 heritage as well, I guess. But what is it going to
look like? The Bentley concept model shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 2012 is probably a
pretty good guide, since it looked like a finished model.
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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It’s all the Range Rover’s fault. How ironic that the issue when we decide to look at budget 4x4s,
with a target price of £2500, that Bentley should announce the company is to build the ‘most
luxurious and most powerful SUV ever’. Now for many, £2500 is a reasonable amount for a 4x4,
especially for those lucky enough to have it as a second ‘hobby’ vehicle that they can enjoy at
the weekends but not have to use on a daily basis. We think we have made some good suggestions
of where to spend your money (see page 26) but would like to hear from you if you have some
better suggestions! Of course, as we were putting this ‘bargain budget’ issue to press, we then
heard from Bentley that the company is going to invest £800m on the build of a brand new SUV.
Now, I appreciate that this is an ‘investment’ and is not actually a large pile of newly printed Jane
Austen tenners in boxes and handed over to that Canadian chap at the Bank of England, but which
ever way you look at it, Eight Hundred Million Pounds is a lot of dosh. Why would a marque, with
absolutely zero history and heritage of 4x4, suddenly decide to build an SUV? Surely it can only be
that the bigwigs at Bentley were getting a little concerned at all the glamorous motor shows around
the world when those financially favoured Chinese, Indian and Russian businessmen were walking
passed the Bentley stand and rushing to the JLR display to put their markers down on getting a
new Range Rover, and perhaps a couple of Evoques while I’ve got my cheque book out…
But what exactly are they going to build? Bentley, as I’m sure you know, is owned by the
Volkswagen Group (which also owns Lamborghini, Bugatti and Porsche) so there is a lot of
experience in luxury models, and a touch of 4x4 heritage as well, I guess. But what is it going to
look like? The Bentley concept model shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 2012 is probably a
pretty good guide, since it looked like a finished model.
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year 4x4 Magazine magazine print subscription.
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