He said he want manual diesel and off road capable with low kms. I suggested https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/1983-mercedes-benz-unimog-1700l/OAG-AD-18339237/?Cr=0Definitely the Cadillac Escalade
Looks sturdy and, importantly, hail resistant. What's the resale like?He said he want manual diesel and off road capable with low kms. I suggested https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/1983-mercedes-benz-unimog-1700l/OAG-AD-18339237/?Cr=0
It’s hilarious seeing them on the autobahn, absolutely pinned. They go faster than you’d expect!!A friend from Germany hired one of those their last trip home. Hated it but it was cheap. They were in a cafe with it parked along the road and watched as a truck backed into and over it. They rented something larger after that.
Asking for a friend - best diesel manual wagon body SUV with actual off road capability. He is moving from a Subie Outback diesel manual and liked that but just wants a bit more off road ability. Needs to fit a long surfboard in the back.
Was looking a Prado and an MUX - anything else decent? I have no idea about these sort of things...
That’s sorta tempting on a shits and giggles basis... Would be good with a bike rack on the back!
My FIL had a near mint 2nd gen 4runner which he's asked me to sell. If I don't buy it myself to compliment my most awesome 1st gen it would be a good buy. 2.8 manual diesel 200,000k's so not even run in yet. Smells a tiny bit fishy as he goes fishing every week.He said he want manual diesel and off road capable with low kms. I suggested https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/1983-mercedes-benz-unimog-1700l/OAG-AD-18339237/?Cr=0
One of my grey nomad neighbours has had a Mux for about 2 years now. It hasn't given him any problems and he has done some km's in it.Isuzu Mux ticks my boxes for most things. Although its a bit old school in technology and a bit basic....but thats not necessarily a bad thing. The boot is a good size and the split 6/7th seat are a practical design.