I’ve been thinking about a new DD lately and want something with utility. I would like to transport my Mt. Bike, Paddle and Surf Boards, Camping Gear, skis, or larger items (not at the same time). It was also be nice to have something that can transport more than two people. I also have visions of hitting a few fire…
Recently, I read the article on the VW Phaeton and how lovely the car was to own (until it broke), and it made me think of another VW of that era that shared its part with a more expensive relative, the VW Touareg.
Today it’s laughable to think that a vehicle should be built for one purpose and nothing more, but that’s the market we live in. Safety and efficiency are good to shoot for, but many of us pine for a time when we could buy something downright agricultural from a car dealership and take it anywhere with nothing but …
This is what it could be. (In TRD Pro trim)
Seriously I want one of these so bad. Just add 31's and it’s ready to go. In the summer it’s an amazing convertible and in the winter it’s great in the snow. Now to find one that is both rust-free and not going for a stack of cash.
“It’s a plug-in hybrid that has 75 miles of range.” - Joel Patel/Autoblog “an unsightly look into the automaker’s future” - Joel Patel/Autoblog
What I’ve heard: It is too similar to the current X1. It strays from the current BMW styling. I like the looks for the most part. What do you think?
These just seem really old and bloated to me. Even compared to the somewhat refreshed Expedition (that I love) and plain archaic when compared to the new GM triplets.
Every day I wake up thinking: “Man, I wish I could compare two 4Runners, 18 years apart.” And then one day my dream finally came true.
I love Landies. So I’m always checking CL for a nice one. Today however I found this particular version of the 80 series I believe. Anyway, it’s a heck of a price for a low mileage Land Cruiser, but it’s got cancer. Can it be saved?
What does Oppo think of Luxury SUVs? As enthusiasts, we are supposed to despise these gentle giants, but Luxury SUVs are one of my favorite class of vehicles.
Opp, as I’ve said before we are looking at getting an SUV. Honestly, I know that most SUV’s would do the job, but life is to short to drive sensible and boring. So today I ask you, what of the two years Grand Cherokee are best?
Like, seriously how amazing does this look!! Please Ford, build us a real Bronco.
Hello, Oppo. Just wondering if anyone has real world experience with a few of the used SUV’s we are considering. And first let me start, I’m not asking so I can read your 4 paragraph rant about how none of these have the interior build quality of your 1996 M3 because I don’t care.
This review is full of the words like “biggest” and “most” and features a full-on Star Wars subtext. This 2016 GMC Yukon Denali is one of the biggest vehicle we have tested at 5743 pounds. That’s Bantha-big! It’s also got the most torque at 460 ft-lbs. as well as the largest engine at 6.2L. It’s also the most…
And the ML is on its way in!