I love fast cars. But sometimes, it’s nice to just slow down and hit the trails for some off-road fun. However, this can be an expensive hobby after you buy your 4X4 and some of the parts it takes to get deeper into the woods. If you’re new to the hobby, and don’t know where to start, it’s always a good idea to make sure you get the right vehicle to start with so you don’t regret it later on, especially if you’re on a tight budget. Here is a list of the best and cheapest 11 4X4s to get you going down the trail:
Old school Cherokees are a dime a dozen and are one of the cheapest and most reliable vehicles to modify for off-road use. These are great for vehicles that are dedicated to going off-road, or as a mixed use daily driver. These Jeeps are available with an inline six cylinder 4.0 liter engine that is known for its torque, and can be found for dirt cheap. They can literally be found for their scrap metal price, which is only hundreds of dollars. And, when I say reliable, my family was responsible for throwing over 300,000 miles at an early 90s model before the transmission finally blew up.