Mud-plugging ability, cracking value.
Buyers are used to tamer 4x4s.
Who said off-roaders have gone soft? Terracan is proof that the macho 4x4 still exists, and if you need a workhorse rather than fashion accessory, it fits the bill. It's cheap to buy, stacked with kit and quite capable in the rough stuff. And used prices are enticing, making it a great second car for towing horseboxes or caravans. On the down side it's not particularly nice to drive, nor comfortable.
What owners say about this car
It's lovely to drive, has oodles of room for bigger passengers and lots of luggage space. It has very good... Read owner review
I live down rough farm Lane, also tow horse trailer and horse. The area is hilly and steep. It tows... Read owner review
Full-sized 4x4, still rattle-free at 105000 miles. Shame no centre diff so 4wd cannot be used except in slippery conditions,... Read owner review