Troller TX4: ready for a mud bath

The Brazilian Troller has been building an offroader for many years that has strong similarities with the Jeep Wrangler. A new top version of the adventurous South American is now available: the TX4.

Troller is originally a South American manufacturer of which Ford Brasil has been the owner since 2007. Troller still exists as a brand and since 2015 it has been building the current generation of the T4, the most recent incarnation of Troller’s Wrangler look-a-like. A new variant of that car is now available: the TX4.

The Troller, an offroader with a fiberglass carriage placed on the shortened platform of the Ford Ranger, is hoisted as a TX4 in a slightly rougher suit. The final version is not as fierce as the TX4 XTreme Concept, which made its debut in 2016 at the Sao Paulo International Auto Show. The Troller TX4 is however decorated with items such as a snorkel, running boards, tough looking steel bumpers and LED lighting. In addition, the TX4 is on off-road rubber specially from Pirelli. The snout of the TX4 is, just like the snorkel, the roof and the running boards, in blue, while the remaining body parts can be executed in brown and green, among other things. As a TX4, the Troller includes separate climate control and an infotainment system that can handle both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Under the hood is a 203 hp five-cylinder diesel from Ford, a block that was available in the Ranger in the Netherlands until last year. Switching is in all cases with an automatic. The T4 TX4 costs just under 36 mille.

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