Un­cer­tain ter­rain

Herald Sun - Motoring - - Used Review -

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.

SMITHY SAYS

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 grah.smith@big­pond.com or Cars­guide, PO Box 4245, Syd­ney, NSW, 2010.

Prob­lem child: The Ford

Ter­ri­tory has a few is­sues that need close

in­spec­tion

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