Biggest isn’t always best, and the alternative is a dying breed of four-wheel drive. We take a closer look at two surviving examples of short-wheelbase life.
Pajero, LandCruiser Prado, Bundera, Patrol, Jackaroo, MU, Vehicross, Maverick, Defender, Terrano. Once upon a time, there was a glut of short-wheelbase four-wheel drives available to the Australian buying public.
In fact, the first iterations of Land Rover and LandCruiser four-wheel drives that landed in Australia were short-wheelbase variants. But those days are now gone, and shorties are now in short supply.
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