By the time you’re reading this, 4×4 Expo will have been and gone, and I will have attended the UK launch of the new Ford Raptor (both reviewed in next month’s issue). The launch involved a ten hour round trip to Arundel on the south coast.
If memory serves me correctly the UK got 480 Jimnys in its first year on sale, that’s around three per dealer.
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The Mud Life 4×4 Magazine Issue 46 March 2023
‘Spring’ing into action
I love Spring – warmer weather, more daylight hours and of course the start of all the car shows and meets.
By the time you’re reading this, 4×4 Expo will have been and gone, and I will have attended the UK launch of the new Ford Raptor (both reviewed in next month’s issue). The launch involved a ten hour round trip to Arundel on the south coast. Reading the itinerary, it includes a long on-road route to Slindon Safari where I’m hoping I can get my Raptor absolutely filthy, whilst giving it a thorough test, obviously.
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In this issue you will find a collection of green laning adventures in the Jeep Renegade, Suzuki Jimny and Lexus RX450h, and our good friend and colleague Andy Harris got his hands on, and takes a closer look at the UK’s first electric pickup – the Maxus T90EV. The official UK launch for the T90EV isn’t until mid-March, which, fingers crossed, I’m hoping to attend.
As well as long-time supporters Storm Jeeps, Britpart and Robens, you will hopefully notice that we have three new advertisers this month – OSRAM, Petromax and Peli, so please show your support by clicking on their adverts and having a look around their websites, and if you spend some of your hard earned pennies along the way, all the better.
Until next month, happy ‘laning…
The Mud Life is all about 4x4s, and enjoying the great British outdoors.Damian and Karen Lee Turner (A.K.A. The Muddy Madam)