Territorys, particularly around the fuel filler cap, the rear window and under the bonnet.
The engine is a tough old nail and has no serious flaws to speak of, except for fuel consumption, which is not brilliant at 12-plus L/100km. The 4.0-litre engine will happily run on LPG.
With quite serious front suspension and automatic transmission issues buyers should be wary of the Territory. Approach with caution.
Typical Toyota, it’s a good all-rounder that’s well built and does everything wanted of it. Good resale. Hard to beat, although not very exciting. Pay $25,500 to $53,500 3.5 stars
High-riding wagon with the ability to tame bush roads without compromising the comfort and driveability of a passenger car. The pick of the bunch. Pay $20,000 to $41,0004stars Do you own a Holden Cruze? If so tell us what you think of it by sending your comments to Graham Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or Carsguide, PO Box 4245, Sydney, NSW, 2010.
Problem child: The Ford
Territory has a few issues that need close