Haven't been big on the newer Warhammer 40K models, but the Onager Dunecrawler for the new Adeptus Mechanicus is pretty nice. The model will run you 66.00 USD individually or get a squadron of three for 198.00 which is a whopping savings of ..... nothing. Available for pre-order from Games Workshop, will ship April 18 2015.
Owing its origin to the lost knowledge of millennia, the Onager Dunecrawler is based on the Mars Universal Land Engine; itself inspired by the bad-tempered beasts of burden that transported their masters across Holy Terra in ancient times.
The Onager Dunecrawler, rather than being a mere people-carrier, is absolutely brimming with advanced, powerful weaponry capable of reducing worlds to wastelands.
On the subject of weaponry, included in the box are four variants: an eradication beamer, twin phosphor blasters with sensors, a neutron laser featuring a coaxial cognis heavy stubber or an Icarus array - an awesome anti-air assault package comprising twin autocannons, a gatling flak launcher, an armour-piercing missile launcher and a radar dish.
The Onager Dunecrawler, a light walking tank, features four crab-like legs with optional armour plating.
The armoured cabin and reactor are complemented by a huge variety of modelling options, with searchlights, smoke launchers, cognis manipulators and mindscanner probes; and the cupola can be modelled closed or open, featuring a Princeps wielding a heavy stubber.
You get a massive amount of configuration and customisation available even before applying weaponry.
Included with this 119-component multi-part plastic kit, making one Onager Dunecrawler, is a small Adeptus Mechanicus transfer sheet and a 130mm round base.