Tag Archives: SUVs

Report: GMC could be expanding with new models, including Jeep Wrangler competitor

GMC could be expanding its portfolio to become more competitive as a sole automaker rather than a badgineered alternative to Chevrolet SUVs and crossovers. Edmunds learned GMC may be working on a new Jeep Wrangler competitor, after speaking with Buick-GMC’s vice president, Duncan Aldred. Other addditional models include a range-topper to sit above the Yukon […]

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Report: Rumored Jeep Grand Wagoneer revival to happen by 2018, to be range topper

It’s been rumored for quite some time now that Jeep was eventually going to begin work on a new range-topping crossover to sit above every other Jeep model out there, complete with plans to call it the Grand Wagoneer. And yes, it’s going to be a large seven-seat crossover with luxury appointments. But more so, […]

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GMC’s Yukon Denali and Yukon Denali XL gain eight-speed auto and new tech for 2015

GMC recently revealed a bunch of new upgrades for the Yukon Denali and Yukon Denali XL leviathans–both now come standard with GM’s latest eight-speed automatic, which is connected to the same 6.2L V8 with 420hp and 460 lb-ft of twist as the last model year. The extra two gears over the old six-speed provides for […]

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Kia releases first official photo of 2016 Sorento for the US

The third generation Kia Sorento was recently launched in Asia earlier this year after being officially revealed in South Korea, understandably for their domestic market. Now, the new 2015 Kia Sorento will actually come to America as a 2016 model and is set for a reveal at this year’s auto show in Los Angeles. As […]

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2014 SEMA: Ford reveals their new Expedition concepts

The dinosaur of an SUV that Ford calls the Expedition received some special treatments for the 2014 SEMA show in Vegas this week. All three concepts are dramatic ways of upgrading the Expedition, which was heavily refreshed recently for the 2015 model year. Two of the concepts are geared towards the more urban crowd, with […]

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Land Rover edges closer to ceasing Defender production with a final edition by SVO

Land Rover Defender fans just have to face the inevitable–the current Defender that we’ve all come to love and know is going to end eventually in the near future. And to celebrate its triumphant life, Land Rover’s SVO (Special Vehicle Operations) division is building a special edition final model. The SVO-finished model will be a […]

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Report: The Jeep Renegade to be a platform for development for FCA

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is working overtime to make sure all of their brands have a platform for long-term stability and the next generation of automobiles. They’re putting for so much of an effort that the 2015 Jeep Renegade will actually serve as a test mule and platform for development for future vehicles of all of […]

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Report: 2017 Jeep Wrangler could gain aluminum unibody and turbocharged mills

Big news comes in about the next generation Jeep Wrangler, due as a 2017 model in just a few years. In a new report from AutomotiveNews, Fiat’s CEO revealed the new Wrangler could ditch its rugged body-on-frame chassis for a unibody setup, and this is bound to get some fans riled up. Nothing is official, but Marchionne […]

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Land Rover Discovery Sport: Resembles the Ford Explorer less, may offer a stick

Last week, Land Rover foisted their 7 seater quazi Discovery replacement on us. The car depicted above and in the video after the jump should slot in just slightly below the current Disco. With a footprint that is similar to many five-seater SUVs and crossovers such as the Acura MDX etc., the new little Disco […]

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Toyota reengineers Land Cruiser 70 for Japan only, makes us all jealous

We’re sure that like us, you’re wishing some of your favorite automobile manufacturers would just go on a special nostalgia tantrum, reengineering and building, from new, classic models for the sake of, why the hell not. It’d be like rebuilding the Titanic, giving it air conditioning, top-spec steam turbine engines and the actual ability to withstand, if […]

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