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spanCalibri","sans-serif"; font-weight: normal;", but let me clarify, masters of this 4x4 are reading this quietly, I am just
who wants to own a 4x4 should witness what this really is & are
they really serious about it, there are many off-roaders end up either parked outside a mechanic or denter or simply wrecked in the garage due to lack of attention & desire to use it (I am referring to shouqeen Mizaaj
) – Restoration is altogether a different side story & this should be attempted if sufficient funds can be spared for the project, ample amount of time for research & search of parts, mechanics
etc. & then maintenance cost, which is obviously a demand of old machine. (But this punga should be taken, at-least once in your life
, since there is no match for the experience)
Keeping in view the terrain around Lahore & witnessing the performances of experts there, I think a smaller, newer & trouble free, light weight Jimny or Mini would be an ideal start for the new entrants. They are less thirsty on the fuel, easier to maintain and can give the same pleasure in a little effort. Yes for hard-core off-road where you expect & ready for dents, a probable roll over, a broken excel or a burst tyre due rocks, go for the bigger machines. I would like to hear on this from the off-roaders around on the forum!