SUVs have become
very popular in recent years, and they've even surpassed normal vehicle sales
at times. Their versatile uses, strong and bulky structures, large carrying and
hauling capacities are just a few reasons. Let's take a look at the toughest 10
SUV models that have become popular in recent years:
Jimny: Suzuki markets the Jimny as the world’s only lightweight proper
off-roader, which is all very true, refreshingly. The car weighs just over
1100kg but uses a ladder-frame chassis with the rigid-axle suspension at each
end and a low-ratio four-wheel-drive gearbox.
9. Ford F-150 Raptor:
The Ford F-150 Raptor is known as the first model that started the off-road
ready production line. This pickup truck is definitely the perfect choice for a
well-balanced, well-prepared, and truly rough off-road vehicle.
8. Toyota Land
Cruiser: Here comes the legendary Land Cruiser, the one and only SUV that will
never fail to climb a rock or to pass through a forest, unless the driver is
out of hand. With seven seats and a lot of space, this 2018 Toyota is a perfect
ride for any remote location one may think of.
Mercedes-Benz G Class: The Mercedes-Benz G Wagen is the most
obvious oddball in the German automaker’s lineup. It simply doesn’t fit there
no matter how hard we’re trying to convince ourselves otherwise. Compared to
sleek sedans, coupes, convertibles, SUV’s and hatchbacks alike, this behemoth
simply sticks out on any given day. At least that goes for its design.
Outback: The Subaru Outback is one of those wagons that will serve
you for years if you’ll have it. It will go with you through good and bad,
through mud and rain, and all that with a smile – if a car can have a smile,
that is. There are very few Outback owners who had had a bad experience with
the car. This wagon is simply indestructible, and highly practical at the same
5. Toyota Hilux:
Dubbed the indestructible, uncompromising, unbreakable –
the Toyota Hilux is one of the world’s sturdiest vehicles. Pretty
much any Hilux is your best bet for a long-serving compact pickup. You probably
won’t regret doing just that if you intend to put your truck through its paces
on the regular basis. They come in an abundance of diesel and petrol options
4. Lada Niva:
Unlike the modern equivalents which feature plush, luxury interior, and latest
technology, the Lada Niva only gets the boxy, outdated, oddball look.
Everything about the car is rough, hard, and ready to withstand some major punishment.
In fact, Niva still features the same 1977 design. In other words, this Russian
SUV looked exactly the same 40 years ago when it started the unibody crossover
SUV revolution. Some people will say it didn’t evolve because it was perfect
from the get-go.
Pajero: This mid-sized SUV is one of the best from the Japanese automobile
industry. It is also famously known as Montero, depending upon which part of
the country it is being sold. With a steady demand for many years now, Pajero
keeps coming up with upgraded models every couple of years. And yes, just like
the original sturdy and tough Pajero, these upgraded models have a lot of
demand from around the world.
Wrangler: The only retro SUV available out there as of now, the Jeep Wrangler
is a dependable all-terrain vehicle. A classic model, the features of this
vehicle are impressive and won’t let you down at all. There’s a saying that
goes with Wrangler cars – they can do what other cars can’t! And yes, you’re
free to take it through whatever you wish to, and still, it’s performance will
be as excellent as ever! No compromise with performance and quality.
1. Volvo XC90:
It’s the list of the toughest cars in the world we’re talking about – wouldn’t
it be incomplete without mentioning Volvo in it? So here we are, with the Volvo
XC90 – the toughest SUV out there! The stunning design of this car coupled with
its sturdiness is what gives it the plus points it deserved. So if you’re
looking out to sort yourself for the next ten years, this model is the best you