The Marazzo Effect
For a drive like this, the Marazzo was a good fit. Though neither as imposing nor powerful as the SUVs, the Marazzo was spacious and comfortable and eventually ticked all the right boxes. The first two rows had enough space to seat four of us comfortably and we folded the third row to make room for our considerable luggage and photography equipment. Packed to the brim with creature comforts and various options for entertainment, there was never a dull moment on the road. As a performer, the Marazzo was no slouch and made driving along mountain roads an easy affair. With ample torque on tap and gearing to match, I was able to easily negotiate uphill sections in third gear; dropping a cog only for the sharp hairpins. Furthermore, sixth gear allowed easy cruising on Bhutan’s highways. By the way, it returned 15 kilometres to a litre. Not bad at all, eh? Would I do the same tour with the Marazzo again? Why, certainly.