2011 VDJ200

This Australian market vehicle was used by Hema Maps to chart off-road trails. I has traveled over 200,000 kilometers at that job. It is powered by a 1VD 4.5 liter twin-turbo intercooled V8 diesel and has the following equipment:

  • ARB roof rack.
  • ARB touring awning.
  • Kaymar rear bumper with tire swing and two can swing.
  • Extendable Kaymar work light on tire carrier.
  • Proquip plastic 20 liter water can in rack.
  • Forward-facing LED strips on roof rack.
  • 48 inch Hi-Lift jack.
  • Hi-Lift jack Off-road Kit and sand base.
  • ARB recovery bag with super siphon, air hose, Warn winch remote cable, 2 ARB air chucks with gages, ARB air gage, 2ARB E-Z deflators, air nozzle, plain air chuck, folding roadside reflector and a bag with Maxtrax stakes.
  • 4 orange Maxtrax.
  • Square nose shovel.
  • ARB front bumper with Warn 12.0 XE winch and ARB driving lamps.
  • ARB fender bars and side steps.
  • ARB full-length belly pan. (shows obvious evidence that it was a good thing to have).
  • Old Man Emu suspension with remote reservoir adjustable shock absorbers.
  • Long Ranger auxiliary fuel tank.
  • Steinbauer engine performance Power Module (advertised 20% increase in horsepower).
  • Auxiliary battery for powered accessories and emergency jump starting.
  • Multiple 12volt and USB accessory sockets.
  • Safari snorkel.