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South Africa 4×4’s Vehicles/ Fleet

Total Fleet

  • 25 Land Rover 110 Defenders
  • 18 Toyota Hilux Double Cab 4×4
  • 4 Toyota Land Cruiser 4×4

Made up of the following vehicles

  • 5 TD5
  • 2 Photographic TD5
  • 13 Defender 110 Pumas
  • 5 Ultimate Safari Puma
  • 18 Toyota Hilux Double Cab 4×4
  • 1 Toyota Land Cruiser 76
  • 3 Toyota Land Cruiser
  • 2 4×4 Bundu Basher Trailers – ( with or without equipment )
  • 2 Standby Toyota Hilux 4×4 Double Cab
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So which 4×4 is best for your adventure?

The age old debate of which 4×4 is best suited for the bush in Africa. I think I can add a fair few comments as being the owner of South Africa 4×4 Rentals and for having the privilege to drive all the different 4×4 vehicles, Land Rover 110 Defender( Puma and TD5 ), Toyota Land Cruiser and the Toyota Hilux 4×4 through what I consider the ultimate test route, Maun to Kasane through the Okavango Delta. Why is this the ultimate natural off road test ? 320km of bad, potholed dirt roads with long sections of extreme loose sand and sections of mud, water crossings and full off road driving ( jeep tracks ).

Land Rover 110 Defender – My Number One

All wheel drive that just begs to get in the bush. Good ground clearance, exceptional 4×4 capabilities. All this while loaded with a ton of equipment and it has space for more. Is for the hard-core 4×4 person. Drives like a truck, is heavy, but is goes anywhere. Slow on the highways. The Pumas with their 6 speed gearbox handle the highway very well.

Land Cruiser 76 – V6 – My Number two

Excellent 4×4, heavier on the diesel (not like they use to be), lacks space (only the 76 model) for all equipment and suitcases (especially if you are used to the Land Rover Defender). Better suited for 2 persons out on an adventure. Good quality interior that can take the punch. Contains the Toyota reliability and adds the Land Rover 4×4 capabilities all into one vehicle.

Toyota Hilux – My Number 3

Ideal for the starter 4×4 enthusiast. Easy to use. Can drive in sand, mud and do a river crossing. Spacious and fairly luxurious inside with the basics (Aircon, radio, electric windows). Good family vehicle and you will get to see all the game parks with ease and have a bit of fun!