YesAnd start your new year in style by picking up a copy of our January 2023 issue. 4X4 Australia.
If you’ve set 2023 as the year to dip your toes into the wild world of 4x4s – or to take your journey further and expand your 4×4 build – we’re here to help. Hell, 2023 might even be the year for a lap of the map?
For this purpose, we have loaded January 2023 issue With lots of off-road goodness.
With the local launch of the next-generation Amarok approaching, we took the VW for a test drive in South Africa and included our initial impressions in this issue.
Co-developed with the Ford Ranger, does the Amarok take the dual-cab segment to another level?
The previous generation’s twin-turbo-powered Ford Ranger Raptor was great fun to throw around a high-speed off-road circuit, but the new model gets a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 petrol engine that produces 292kW and 583Nm of grunt. . Shock horror, the 2023 model is in another league. Read our full review in this issue.
On the custom front, we run a microscope on cut-down GU gasoline with a flash trig point canopy. And it’s not often that we get to talk about a Lexus build. 4X4 Australiabut the GX470 was too good to pass up.
As construction on our Isuzu MU-X project comes to an end, we introduce our new vehicle for 2023: the 2022 Ford Ranger V6 Sport. We have big plans for our ranger this year, so be prepared to be on top of all the action.
We also tested some quality new products this month, including an Ironman 4×4 Ridge Pole Swag, a Razed MaxTrax MKII mount kit, and a Yuasa Overlander 4×4 battery.
What else is there?
- Pajero Sport GLS in the shed
- Davenport Ranges NP, NT
- Limmen NP, NT
- Narva Ultima Light Bars Tested
- New products, reviews + more
January 2023 issue 4X4 Australia Is Now out.