One key theme from Auto-Trail this season has been to introduce popular layouts from its more costly ranges into its cheaper ones.

So it is with this, the Tracker LB.

This new Tracker may be 7.60m long, compared with the Frontier Delaware’s 8.04m, but the two share the same layout.

Although shorter, the Tracker LB’s MTPLM of 4250kg does mean you’ll need a C1 category driving licence to drive it.

Both the Hi-Line, with its overcab bed, and the Lo-Line, which we tested, have a rear spare-wheel carrier – not strictly necessary these days, but it does look classy.

One useful amendment Auto-Trail has made is that the water and external gas barbecue outlets now come with a slide-up cover, which won’t flap around en route.