From everything we heard swirling in the rumor mill, initial work on the 7th gen Camaro at GM has ceased with the teams being assigned to stretch out the 6th gen’s shelf life.
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The Jeep Wrangler is the ultimate go-anywhere SUV for many off-road adventurers, but soon, it will face stiff new competition from the Ford Bronco. To keep things fresh, the Jeep—our 2019 SUV of the Year—will reportedly receive a host of new features on various trim levels for 2021, according to Mopar Insiders, including more infotainment, […]
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The Willys MB Jeep (and its direct civilian descendants) gets all the glory, but there are plenty of military vehicles that play important roles well away from the front line. Think about the trucks that deliver fuel to frontline tactical vehicles, fight fires, or transport tanks and APCs…they get less of the glory but are […]
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It looks like Mazda Mexico let the brand’s upcoming turbocharged 3 out of the bag a wee bit early. Originally slated for a July 8 reveal (according to a teaser Mazda released a few weeks back), the latest addition to the Mazda 3 family had the wraps formally pulled off of it over the weekend in a […]
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The 2021 Ford Bronco is probably the most-anticipated new vehicle being unveiled this year. Ford knows it and is making strategic marketing hay out of the iconic name by making it a brand unto itself. That’s right: Bronco is being billed as a new outdoor brand by Ford, with four-wheel drive standard across the lineup […]
Don’t half-ass your Blazer. Chevy’s charismatic midsize SUV shines brightest in RS form, where it really does act like the V-6 Camaro of SUVs. But the new turbocharged 2020 Blazer doesn’t captivate in quite the same way. Although the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer 2.0T in 3LT trim was mostly enjoyable to drive, this mid-level model left […]
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As far as luxury body-on-frame family SUVs go, the Lexus LX 570 sits toward the top of the lineup in terms of capability. In terms of technology and design? Not so much. Just when you thought the enormous grille couldn’t get any bigger, it grew. And because the current generation debuted in 2007 (the year […]
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Thanks to low gas prices and a growing demand for SUVs, midsize hybrid sedans aren’t the most popular vehicles on the market right now. Still, these cars deserve a second look because they boast spacious interiors and excellent fuel economy. The 2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE is no exception, offering buyers an alternative to the […]
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If you missed out on Jaguar’s limited-edition run of six E-type Lightweight continuation cars at $1.6 million a pop, you might be interested in this. Eagle, a U.K. company best known for its exemplary Jaguar E-type restomods, has announced it will start taking orders for its new Eagle Lightweight GT, a car Eagle says “ […]
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