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1 hour ago, The Phantom said:

Spent a lot of time out in the wilds of various countries with a lot of types of 4x4. 

If we ignore the new LR luxury vehicles, the general consensus I've discovered is that LRs will more than likely breakdown, but will be pretty easy and cheap to fix. 

Japanese (Land Cruisers / Hilux etc) will very rarely breakdown, but when they do, it's usually a nightmare. 

That certainly fits with my stereotypical viewpoint - Old Landys go on for ever and there are spare bits available all over the place to fix them, Toyotas are indestructible.

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