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So what happens when a suspension guru and two 4X4 media hacks walk into a bar?

I undertook one of my annual Mitsubishi product training weekends last month at Lancelin in Western Australia, where I was once again reacquainted with the QF Pajero Sport and MR Triton.

They’re both really capable and I think often underrated 4WDs that have one feature that’s been setting them apart from the competition for years, Mitsubishi’s Super Select II 4WD system.

Our most recent visit to K’Gari (Fraser Island) in the Triton was our third in as many years and each successive visit has seen our Triton morph from completely stock, through to the far more capable and comfortable vehicle you can see in these most recent trip pics. 

Isuzu came up with a winning formula with the release of their significantly improved MY2021 D-MAX. It took a vehicle that was well behind the competition in most aspects and turned it into something desirable and the result has been a serious leg up the sales chart.

This particular X-Terrain belongs to Damien and Alysa, who I met on one of my off-road driver training programs, shortly after they took delivery back in 2021.

Oils ain't oils Sol, and it turns out aluminium isn't aluminium either, and this is why it pays to have a team of engineers on your side.

We've got the awesome team at Milford Industries on our side, thankfully, and that literally guarantees that our bash plates, or Under Vehicle Protection (UVP) kits for the Isuzu D-MAX, MU-X and their twin-beneath-the-skin Mazda BT-50, are the best on the market.