There’s the T60 Mega Tub manual, at $34,990 drive-away for ABN holders (non-ABN holders still get a driveaway price, with the RRP set at $36,831 for the manual).
Then if you do want to change gears yourself, there’s the Mega Tub automatic, at $36,990 drive-away for ABN holders (or $38,937 RRP for non business buyers).
The standard equipment list is identical no matter which version you buy, and it’s based upon the Luxe version of the T60 with the regular tub - except for the wheels, which are huge 19-inch hoops with impressively grippy Continental tyres, and there’s a temporary spare under the tub.
Inclusions for this variant include a 10.0-inch colour touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay (the biggest yet in the Aussie ute segment) and it has Bluetooth phone and audio streaming and USB inputs, and that screen also acts as the display for the 360-degree surround-view camera.
Plus there are part-leather-trimmed seats and a leather-bound steering wheel, six-way electrically adjustable front seats with seat heating, single-zone automatic climate control, smart key entry and push-button start, auto headlights, auto wipers, and a digital driver info display with digital speedometer.
The exterior - along with those 19s - is adorned with side steps, standard roof rails to fit roof racks to, adaptive LED headlights and LED daytime running lights, as well as an automatic locking rear differential.
There’s also a sports bar (for display purposes only), and that very large tub - which we’ll get to in detail below - has a standard-fit polythene tub liner which, on our test vehicle, was fitted very poorly indeed.
Check out the safety section below for a rundown on the tech and equipment fitted to this model.
For some competitor context, the T60 Mega Tub is a bit more expensive than the SsangYong Musso XLV, from $33,990 drive-away for the manual base model, but it has a wider range of options for buyers, up to and including the Ultimate Plus variant, which is $43,990 drive-away.