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    Default What 4x4 again

    I might be in the market for a 4x4 again within the next few months. Budget is not more than 100k. Must be diesel. Double cab or suv? Was thinking in the lines of old gen 3 3.2 did pajero? What to consider else? Will be used on the mines and pvt. I drive a 2.2 ranger extra cab now from the company. Its a realy good bakkie with massive ground clearance but not 4wd. Please educate me
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    Discovery 2 TD 5 or even a Disco 1 tdi in both cases you will have some spare cash left
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    I reckon the Pajero 3.2 DID is a good choice. million KM engines. Even at 200 000km they still feel and drive like new.
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    Default Re: What 4x4 again

    You should be able to pick up a nice ranger 2.5tdi 2004-2007 in that price range.

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    Nissan Patrols (4.5 petrol) are in that price range, maybe even the odd diesel one as well.
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