While not available in the North American market, Troller’s T4 is a thoroughly rugged, hardwearing, and extremely off-road-capable machine, as evidenced by its multiple successful entries into the Dakar Rally. Despite its already impressive performance, Troller — which has been owned by Ford since 2007 — has now made its go-anywhere two-door model all the more conducive to hardcore off-roading with the introduction of the new TX4.
The new TX4-spec holds onto the base model’s 197hp, 347ft-lbs 3.2L Duratorq turbo-diesel inline-five engine with two-speed transfer case and live axles fore and aft, but see’s the TX4 get a six-speed automatic transmission from the Ford Ranger that offers three driving modes, as well as an electronically-controlled locking rear differential. Other off-road upgrades found on the TX4 include a snorkel, auxiliary Hella LED lighting, Pirelli Scorpion all-terrain tires, steel bumpers, rock sliders, and dedicated two-tone liveries with orange interior accents pieces, stitching, and TX4 embroidered backrests. Despite being rife with features that make it an attractive offering to the US market, chances are the new TX4 will be the latest addition to the list of stellar automotive offerings not available on American shores. The 2020 Troller TX4’s pricing begins at $39,120.
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