You never know what where your journey might take you. It might not be smooth always; some times you may want to go off the road. Unfortunately, manufacturers now put much effort on fuel economy forgetting off-the-road capability.
But you can opt for these vehicles that are rugged enough to keep you moving wherever you are:
Jeep Wrangler – Hard Rock Edition
The Wrangler Rubicon has been the benchmark 4WD SUV. The Rubicon package today adds hardware such as Dana 44 axles, swaybar disconnect system and 4:1 transfer case for easy slow-speed crawling.
Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro
Toyota models take off-road capability seriously. They are tough and excel very well in rugged terrains. Toyota has added a new TDR Pro option package to the 4Runner, Tundra and Tacoma.
Toyota Land Cruiser
This is another model from Toyota. It packs a mammoth 5.7-liter 381-hp V-8. It uses plush-riding to help it ‘float’ over the worst trails.
Nissan Xterra Pro-4X
Next year, Nissan is expected to launch an all-new 2016 Titan full-size truck that is equipped with a Cummins diesel.
Ram Power Wagon
This might be the most off-road capable vehicle available for 2015. It is very strong with solid axles front and rear and coil-link suspension. It also features a three-link front suspension to increase articulation.
Chevy Colorado Z/71
This is a mid-size truck built on a modified version of the Silverado chassis. It is trimmer so fewer branches and boulders with catch its body and frame.
The Ford Raptor boats a stout 411 hp, 6.2-liter V-8 which makes it so quick. It is nearly as capable for slow crawling as a Power Wagon.
Land Rover Range Rover
The Range Rover, being the flagship Land Rover, must have serous off-road capability. In addition, it also has a sleek profile and a posh interior.
Ford Super Duty
This is the best hardcore, slow-going four-wheeling from Ford. It will allow you to tow heavy loads on rough terrains with ease.
G-Series Mercedes-Benz was designed for international armed forces. That tells you how strong they are off the road.