An authentic 4x4 with a separate chassis. A familiar sight on UK roads. A transfer box for low ratio gears making it far more capable off road than soft-roaders of its size.
A shape that is essentially the same as when the car was conceived, but with features that have evolved over the years in attempts to keep it up to date.
The car also has a few stylish additions that aren’t that functional, but emphasise its utilitarian appeal: the flared wheel-arches; the distinctive grille which prominent badge mounted in the centre; the unnecessarily square corners.
Part of its appeal is that it’s built by an engineering-focused manufacturer.