Yesterday's QOTD revealed a lot of very foreign sports, proving the rest of the world can build small fast cars. They can also build vehicles designed for when the road ends. What's your favorite non-American truck?
The Brazilian Toyota Bandeirante's an easy choice for a vehicle continuing the great tradition of FJ40s, but the more we look at the Mahindra Bolero Attitude the more we think it's a vehicle sorely missing from the American market. Sure, it's a bit flavor-of-the-day for us, but we like anything that comes from the factory with a snorkel. This squat Indian truck gives you everything you'll ever need to cross the Shiradi Ghat (including a pick-axe) painted a bright safety orange.
Find the best non-American truck, by which we mean trucks built for countries other than the United States. The Toyota Tunrda's an American truck, the new Ford Ranger T6 isn't.
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