Off road cars become more prioritized, as they allow driver get into any corner without trouble and worries. If you are one those who love driving all over in the mud and forests, these vehicles are exactly what you need:
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Hard Rock Edition
The package included such hardware as Dana 44 axles, a sway bar disconnect system and a 4:1 transfer case for slow speed crawling. The models from 2015 include even a new Torx tool kit, which comes with all equipment necessary for removing doors, roof and of course bumper cap ends.
Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro
The company takes these kind of vehicles really seriously. Now the new 4Runner is probably the best both off road and in the streets due to its size and flexible coil-link suspension, which allows a wheel an extra inch to move at both ends.
Nissan Xterra Pro-4X
This year Xterra is probably one of the few dirt-friendly vehicles. The equipment will please you with hill descent control so you don’t have to worry about sliding backwards. Thanks to its proportions the car is capable of crawling way up rocky and tricky treks without worrying about body damage.
Toyota Land Cruise
If you need to pass through the worst jungles, mud and hills, this 5.7 liter vehicle will carry you safely. Thanks to the special system installed it allows more suspension movement while on the low speed and off roads. Don’t forget about Crawl Control which is also included.
Ram Power Wagon
A tough guy with solid axles front and rear, along with coil-link suspension. In order to increase articulation in the three link front suspension, a new movement joint Articulink has been designed.
Chevy Colorado Z/71
It is designed on the same way as its brother Silverado, but the proportions are way trimmer. You can equip the smaller pickup with the Z.71 off road package, including a hill descended control system along with upgraded suspension with better shocks.
This pick up is extremely cool in the dirt thanks to the giant 35 inch tires and 6.2 liter V-8 makes this car extremely fast at the same time.
Land Rover Range Rover
Only if you look at the sleep interior design, you will immediately have an impression of driving a luxury vehicle. It is adjustable and thanks to computer controlled Terran Response, it can control the mud roads.
Ford Super Duty
The most important feature of the car is solid axles. The Ford uses a solid beam axle for higher durability and ability to handle larger tires.
Mercedes – Benz G500
The G series from Mercedes have been used since 1970 and it basically didn’t change since that time a lot. Of course it comes with modern technologies and features, but beneath the leather you will find the old school body frame construction and solid axles.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland
The car comes with monochromatic paint and 18 inch wheels. Plus the interior is equipped with all basic stuff, heated- ventilated seats and an Alpine sound system.
Those searching for reliable off road vehicle should search no more as this car has full frame with independent front suspension for extra comfort and solid rare axle for off road treks.
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