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4x4 Forums in South Africa

If you're looking to interact with fellow 4x4 enthusiasts in South Africa, why not join a 4x4 forum? We've created a list of the best online 4x4 forums in South Africa, to better help you connect with those who share your passion for off road adventure.

Landy Online 4x4 Forum


South African 4x4 forums - Landy Online 4x4 Forum

For all the Land Rover enthusiasts, this 4x4 forum was created with you in mind. Posts are published regularly, registration is quick and easy, and no payment fees are required.  The forum includes a classifieds section, an advanced search bar (to easily find topics of interest) and even a section that informs the community of members' up and coming birthdays. This South African 4x4 forum has over 3500 members currently subscribed and with its user friendly web design it’s easy to see why.

4x4 Community Forum


Forums in South Africa - 4x4 Community Forum

Clearly the biggest community 4x4 forum in South Africa, with a detailed yet simple registration form. 4x4 Community Forum South Africa receives daily posts by tons of 4x4 fanatics. Features on this forum include a classified section, an online store and even a photo gallery dedicated to its users. No wonder it currently has over 31 000 members subscribed to its forum.

Nissan 4x4 Forum


South African 4x4 forums - Nissan 4x4 Forum

With a forum layout different to most, while still being user friendly; this site has posts surfacing on a regular basis. Features include a classifieds section and a business directory to name but a few. The Nissan 4x4 forum South Africa has just over 3700 members, making this forum a must for all Nissan 4x4 fans.



4x4 forums - 4xForum

While being one of the smaller communities on our list, this South African 4x4 forum is by no means showing any signs of slowing down, with a welcoming feel and a registration process that is quick and easy to complete, this forum is one to watch in the future. The site includes a featured trail and route directory, a classifieds section, as well as a number of topic-orientated pages that will keep you coming back; time and time again.

Land Cruiser Club South African 4x4 Forum


South African 4x4 forum - Land Cruiser Club Forum

The actual forum’s topic and discussion pages are only open to registered members; so if you’re looking for a forum that can only be accessed by members, this just may be it. The site has over 8000 members; a clear indication that the Land Cruiser 4x4 fans forum is well maintained.

Mercedes 4x4 Forum


4x4 forum in South Africa - Mercedes 4x4 Forum

With a registration process that is hassle free and straightforward, the Mercedes 4x4 Forum is an impressive site to visit. Regular postings are made and features include an event calendar, online user-count feature and a detailed membership profiles, making it easy to interact with community members both on and offline. This South African forum currently has a membership count of over 880 Mercedes Benz owners from all across the country, making this forum a great community to join if you're passionate about Mercedes Benz 4x4s.

Hilux 4x4 Forum


South African 4x4 forums - Hilux 4x4 Forum

Membership to the Hilux 4x4 forum is free and easy to follow, however if you'd like to bump up your community involvement status, you can join the Hilux 4x4 Club, which has an annual membership fee of R100.00. Features includes everything from general 4x4 discussions to more technical engine orientated conversations, as well as a number of 4x4 trip reports, user experiences and an events calendar. The forum currently boasts 8000 members and with a user-friendly forum experience it’s easy to see why.

Isuzu 4x4 Forum


4x4 fan forums - Isuzu 4x4 Forum

Membership to the Isuzu 4x4 forum is free, but much like the Hilux 4x4 forum they have an off road club that requests a initial membership fee or R100 or annual membership fee of R350. The forum is relatively user-friendly and easy to navigate around. All categories have individual comment sections and an events page, as well as an outing schedule for those members looking to interact with fellow 4x4 enthusiasts offline. To better help you when registering and starting to interact on the site, a detailed FAQ section has also been added.

Pajero Owners Club 4x4 Forum 


4x4 fan forums in South Africa

With registration being a simple and easy process, the Pajero Owners Club features regular posts and a detailed FAQ section. Answers are detailed and all the needed terminology is explained. Their current membership is set at just over 1500 members, making this 4x4 fans forum a favourite among South African Pajero owners and 4x4 enthusiasts alike.

Mahindra 4x4 Club Forum 


South African 4x4 fan forums - Mahindra 4x4 Club Forum

Also clearly one of the smaller South African 4x4 forums on our list, the Mahindra 4x4 forum has just over 26 members. However, the site's layout makes this forum a pleasure to browse. For those who wish to strengthen the community, registration is easy to understand and quick to complete.

Fortuner 4x4 Fans Forum


4x4 forums - Fortuner 4x4 Fans

The Fortuner 4x4 fans forum and its 200-odd members are a small community of enthusiasts, but discussions are plentiful with posts taking place on a daily basis. The site is easy to browse and registration is free of charge. One of their drawbacks however, is that they don’t feature a FAQ section.

Suzuki 4x4 Forum


4x4 forums in South Africa - Suzuki 4x4 Forum

Suzuki 4x4 forum South Africa doesn't enjoy posts published as often as other forums, however, they're clearly ready to grow their community by incorporating an effortless registration process. The site itself is also easy to navigate through, with a number of featured sections that will appeal to the Suzuki 4x4 enthusiast in you.

Have we missed any important or noteworthy 4x4 forums in South Africa? Let us know and we'll pop on over to check it out.

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  1. Gravatar jana reingoild says:

    Hi there

    I would like to enquire about advertising on the 4x4 forums?

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    1. Gravatar Asanda says:

      Hi Jana

      Thank you for visiting Drive South Africa. You are more than welcome to contact the forums directly. You can follow the links provided to get to their sites.

      All the best.

      Have a great day further.

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  2. Gravatar Vinesh Maharaj says:

    Hi there guys
    I would love to comment on my recent trip up to the top of Sani Pass. I was told by few of my buddies that only 4x4 and 2x4 can only go to the top. Only to prove them all wrong I a first time off road drive with no experience what so ever drove to the top of The Pass and a few maluti beers and drove back down with such ease with a FORD EVEREST 2011. This Everest didn’t even slip or slide up or down the pass. I will definitely do it again. Just to elaborate, it was not even a 2x4. She handle the pass very comfortably.

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  3. Gravatar Johan Pieterse says:

    I want to tour to Etosha in April. Tour with Amarok and Jurgens XT 140 fully equipped. Need all advise I can get cause this is my first time. Please help.


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  4. Gravatar MPJ Masson says:

    Would like to do Botswana fortunately or unfortunately I have a Subaru Forester ( very capable ) doe this qualify me on one of your tours ?

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  5. Gravatar MPJ Masson says:

    Would like to do Botswana fortunately or unfortunately I have a Subaru Forester ( very capable ) doe this qualify me on one of your tours ?

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