Well, staying in Fiji and I was wondering about buying a ute for my manager so that his delivery can be easy. However, then i got the idea of buying him a toyota hilux diesel engine because it is more fuel efficent.
Can anyone tell me which kind of people do the utes target in australia?
And why do people prefer a 2 passanger ute rather than twin cab trucks like ford rangers or similar?
(Edited by AP due to SMS 'bro' type language. Please refer to site user rules etc)
I dunno the figures, but i would reckon that if you took a count of all utes of all configurations sold in australia i reckon you would see that the fair majority would still be 4 cylinders and/or diesel powered. I stand corrected if someone has the figures to prove me wrong.
UTE KILLER!! RIP. BA XR8 UTE 24/12/03 - 9/2/04
ED XR6 sedan for sale, manual, 145,000kays, green, stock standard. Good condition.
Any offer considered.
Now driving a 04 BA XR8 Manual Envi ute. Mods to come...
I'm an 'office johnny' - the reason I bought the BA XR8 Ute is simple - I wanted a recreational car that would be fun, fast, look the part and be practical (I need somthing to carry the bikes and go kart) - SS Ute - Nah...!
Yeah leave us "Office Johnny's" along, I got mine because I carry scuba gear around all weekend, I do not like cartin around ungratful gits who spill mcdonalds joice all over your car, and I no longer want to drive a 4wd..
Simple as that, so you tradies get used to us johnnys, without us you will have shitty bashed up 2nd hand utes, not clearn looked after ones ;-)
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