Camping and Overlanding is self-reliant overland travel to remote and mostly undiscovered areas. A good and equipped 4WD vehicle and guts is all you need.
In this list, you will find 7 vehicles which can be converted into very capable and functional camping vehicles.
Mahindra Bolero 4WD
Mahindra Bolero is one of the best selling utility vehicle from the past decade. Known for its ruggedness, durability and performance it rules the UV segment. Mahindra Bolero can be effectively transformed into a camping vehicle as it has a nice and heavy-duty suspension, basic features like Air Conditioner, power steering and a power full diesel engine.
If long drives and comfort concern you, The Toyota Fortuner is the perfect getaway vehicle for you. With a powerful diesel engine, this vehicle can conquer any terrain. Unbeatable off-road capabilities and Toyota’s reliability is all you need if you wish to discover the undiscovered places.
Isuzu V-Cross D-Max
The Isuzu V-Cross is the most successful pick truck in the Indian Market. This iconic vehicle is a 5 seater vehicle with a loading bed at the rear with a payload capacity of 265kg and a huge loading area. The V-cross is powered by a 2.5l turbocharged diesel engine and a 4WD drive terrain.
Mahindra Thar is the most affordable 4WD vehicle available in the market. Powered by 2.5l turbocharged Diesel engine, the short wheelbase really helps the Thar to take on any obstacle which comes it’s way.
Mahindra Scorpio Getaway
Being a product of an Indian manufacturer the Mahindra Scorpio is a lesser-known pickup truck in the history. Powered by 2.6l turbocharged diesel engine and a proper 4WD transfer case it can be a perfect getaway vehicle for your camping and Overlanding trips. Gul Panag also owns one.
Force Gurkha is probably the one and only expedition ready vehicle delivered out of the box. The Gurkha gets its 2.2l common rail diesel engine and gearbox from Mercedes. Factory fitted diff. locks are standard for both the differentials. Its the Indian version of G-Wagen
The legendary vehicle which has been serving the Indian forces from decades is undoubtedly the king off the road. Having no modern-day features like power steering, air conditioner, comfortable cabin. The Gypsy rules all the terrains. Powered by a 1.3l gasoline (Petrol) engine which produces 82bhp. The figures might not excite you but the power to weight ratio of the Gypsy is the magic stick.