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4x4's that will Wow you in 2015
In 2015 more manufacturers than ever are producing 4x4’s. That’s what consumers want and that’s where the money is. Car buyers have more choice than ever before so I’ve decided to take a look at the best makes and most anticipated 4-Wheel Drive models hitting the market this year.
By Land Rover MENA [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Land Rover Discovery Sport
As a 7 seater the new Discovery Sport by Land Rover is certain to be a big hit with families and those on the High Street alike with its obvious Range Rover styling.
This is Jaguar’s first time in the 4x4 marketplace, it uses the same aluminium structure as the new XE Saloon. Touted as a ‘family sports car’ unlike Land Rover’s Discovery Sport the F-Pace seats only 5.
Arguably the most divisive new 4x4 to hit the market, the much anticipated Bentley SUV brings the luxury and comfort of Bentley saloons and coupes to a far more practical and spacious 4x4.
Similar to the Bentley, the Maserati Levante will be the first of it’s kind by the manufacturer and promises to be an important make for the company, who’re hoping it will bring in a much wider audience.
No real newcomer to the 4x4 market. The new SUV promises plenty of kit and suspension that’s been readjusted from it’s American arm to suit more European tastes.
Perfect for the more budget-conscious buyers, the 2015 Kia Sorento is a spacious 4x4 with a more premium feel than other Kia’s in the market, offering higher-quality interior materials.
Nissan Navara D23
Replacing the old D22 and D40 models, the new D23 offers bi-turbo 2.3L 4-cylinder diesel engine and the option of a coil-spring rear suspension. With single, king and double-cab ute body styles we’re also hoping for a wagon derivative soon.
The Ford Everest wagon has to be one of the most anticipated new releases for Australians in 2015 but we still have a short wait to drive it in it’s production form.
Due in Australian showrooms in October, this 4x4 is hitting the Australian market due to our love of diesel. With an option for diesel, 7 seats and the genuine 4x4 abilities we expect from a Hilux the Toyota Fortuner is certain to be a winner.
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