A British vehicle is really readily identifiable. Their unique curious exterior and their way how to find technical solutions is charming like nothing else in this field of interest. Why did they put a big teakettle inside the small hull of a 4 men "Fox" Mk.I armoured reconnaissance vehicle which is designed for the desert campaign? Even if you might sneer about the cars of the UK, you should never underestimate British artfulness!
The Commonwealth mainly used British and US material. But especially Canada and Australia produced by them self. They also operated lend and lease vehicles like the Studebaker US-6.