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.