Scout Terra. The first 4×4 pickup of its kind in America introduces the kind of America you’ve never seen before.
Get out there in a Scout Terra!'” The ideal new mid-range pickup.
She isn’t just another standard-size pickup with 4-wheel drive thrown in.
Built smaller on the outside, just 184 compact inches bumper to bumper and 70 inches across, to run rings around any full-size pickup.
And built to carry a ton of anything. That’s almost 50% more than those little mini-pickups.
You get 11 cubic feet of lockable in-cab storage space as a standard feature, more than any other conventional pickup around.
Terra is built in the tradition of Scout (F- II, the machine that outperformed Blazer, Bronco, Cherokee, the CJ-5 and Trail Duster in Petersen Publications’ big 4×4 competition last year. The only 4-wheeler rated excellent in 15 of the 17 engineering and performance categories. And out-and-out superior in the 7 most critical off-road tests. Hill climbing. Handling. Maneuverability. Stability. Acceleration. Gearing. And braking.
Terra is a comfortable, smooth-riding beauty on or off the road, and she’s tough. Solid, heavy-gauge steel body. Double-walled pickup box. Long leaf springs all around. 118-inch wheelbase for riding stability.
And a whole lot more. Optional dash-mounted selective 4-wheel drive, just when you need it, automatic locking hubs, a high-low range transfer case and a full range of power plants. From slant-4 to a couple of big V-8s to a unique new 6-cylinder 198-cubic-inch diesel.
Add to all that a long list of other options and accessories — electric winch, skid plates, radial tires, Rallye package, you name it—and you’ve got the first pickup of its kind. Test drive the new mid-range Scout Terra.
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