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Old 25-01-11
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Default Overlander 4WD OTY - Challenger 2nd again.

The fuel tank size the auto box were the main gripes although it proved itself in the hill climb.

I guess that makes the Challenger 1st when you combine the magazine write ups.
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It was interesting read both 4x4 and Overlander's article. what came last in the 4x4 review came first in Overlander and what came first in 4x4 was well down the pack in 4x4.

The only constant was both mags rated the Challenger 2nd. Now thats consistent. So I guess it should be number 1 or am I just a biased Challenger owner.
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The only constant was both mags rated the Challenger 2nd. Now thats consistent. So I guess it should be number 1 or am I just a biased Challenger owner.

Not at all! I support your logic!!
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What Vehicle is coming first in the reviews?
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4x4 Overlander had the Pathy as first, but stating not much between them
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4x4 Overlander had the Pathy as first, but stating not much between them
For our non Aussie friends that would be the Nissan Pathfinder I am guessing.
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Full results
5th place Nissan Navara ST-X 2.5 litre diesel
4th place Toyota Hi lux SR-5 3litre diesel
3rd place Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 3.6 litre V6 petrol
2nd was the Challenger on 193 points and 1st place on 194 points was the Nissan Pathfinder ST with the same engine as the Navara ST-X ute.

I think I got that right.

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