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This 1979 Plymouth Trailduster Is Retro Fantastic

This 1979 Plymouth Trailduster Is Retro Fantastic
There was a time when 2-door, 4×4, body-on-frame SUVs were widely available. These days, pretty much all we’ve got in the US is the Jeep Wrangler, and the forthcoming Land Rover Defender 90. But if you long for something with more of a retro style, check out this 1979 Plymouth Trailduster that’s headed to the Barrett-Jackson 2020 Scottsdale auction without a reserve price.
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2019 Audi Q8 Review: A Refined and Modern SUV

2019 Audi Q8 Review: A Refined and Modern SUV
I’m the opposite of a trendsetter or even a trend-follower. Heck, I still wear flannel shirts as if Nirvana was about to top the charts again (if only). So, when I say that sporty SUVs and crossovers, are all the rage, you can rest assured that they still are in vogue.  
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Lexus UX 300e: Company’s First EV Bound for China, Europe, Japan

Lexus UX 300e: Company’s First EV Bound for China, Europe, Japan
Coming fresh off of the LA Auto Show, much of the talk has been about electrification of vehicles. Just about every automaker showed up with electric drivetrains in some form, whether hybrid, PHEV, or 100% battery-powered.
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The 2021 RAV4 Prime Is a 302 Horsepower AWD Plug-in Hybrid That Gets 90 MPGe

The 2021 RAV4 Prime Is a 302 Horsepower AWD Plug-in Hybrid That Gets 90 MPGe
One of the things I love about auto shows is that you never know who will show up with an unexpected announcement. For the 2019 LA Auto Show, Toyota has a surprise up its sleeves with a new RAV4 model that bests all RAV4s before it.
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Blast from the Past: Isuzu VehiCROSS

Blast from the Past: Isuzu VehiCROSS
Today, the market is filled with compact crossovers like the Kia Soul and the Mazda CX-3. But there was a time when there really wasn’t such a thing. Perhaps the first such production vehicle was the seldom seen, but now beloved Isuzu VehiCROSS.
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2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Specs and Pricing

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Specs and Pricing
After months of hype, Ford has finally pulled back the covers on its pure electric crossover, the 2021 Mustang Mach-E. This EV may borrow its name from Ford’s pony cars, but other than a couple of nods to the Mustang’s design, the Mach-E is truly its own thing – more Jaguar I-Pace than American muscle car.
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Mustang Mach-E Is the Name of Ford’s Electric Crossover

Mustang Mach-E Is the Name of Ford’s Electric Crossover
Ford has been teasing its upcoming electric crossover SUV for some time now. As has been mentioned on numerous occasions, the vehicle gets its inspiration from Ford’s pony car, the Mustang. Now, we know it also will share its name, with its official name revealed as “Ford Mustang Mach-E.” Given Ford’s recent move away from sedans and coupes here in the States, its sole remaining production car will be the Mustang, so I suppose it makes sense to leverage that popular marque for this new car too.
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2020 Lexus RX Gets Small Updates in the Right Places

2020 Lexus RX Gets Small Updates in the Right Places
The Lexus RX has been the brand’s top-selling vehicle in the U.S. for quite some time. It got its start at a soft and cushy grocery getter, but over the years has become a much more enjoyable vehicle to drive, while still maintaining its luxurious styling and amenities.
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Ford to Reveal Mustang-Inspired Electric SUV on 11/17

Ford to Reveal Mustang-Inspired Electric SUV on 11/17
Ford has been teasing us for quite some time that it was working on a crossover SUV that gets its inspiration from the Mustang. Now we finally know when it will be revealed to the public, with the vehicle breaking cover on November 17.
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The MX-30 Is Mazda’s First Production EV, and It Looks Nifty

The MX-30 Is Mazda’s First Production EV, and It Looks Nifty
If there’s one consistent theme here at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, it’s that electrification is a key part of almost every automaker’s go-forward strategy. Among the companies showing off EVs was Mazda, a company who heretofore has stuck strictly with internal combustion engines.
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A Gulf Livery Jeep Trackhawk is the Best Trackhawk

A Gulf Livery Jeep Trackhawk is the Best Trackhawk
Jeep makes a very cool SUV in the form of the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. This beast is an SUV aimed at hauling people during the week and hauling ass on the weekend at the dragstrip. It has a 707 hp supercharged Hellcat V8 under the hood, making 645 lb-ft of torque.
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Carspotting Japan: AIMGAIN Custom Suzuki Jimny Mt.8

Carspotting Japan: AIMGAIN Custom Suzuki Jimny Mt.8
Regardless as to whether you call it the off-road-ready Wrangler of Asia, the Suzuki Sidekick, or the micro-sized G-Wagen of Japan, there is one thing that you cannot ignore: The Suzuki Jimny is a massive hit.
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2020 Audi RS Q3 and Audi RS Q3 Sportback Bring the Power

2020 Audi RS Q3 and Audi RS Q3 Sportback Bring the Power
The Audi Q3 is a nice little crossover, but it’s not exactly the most thrilling vehicle to drive. So leave it to the guys at Audi Sport to give the Q3 the boost it deserves, with the announcement of the RS Q3 and RS Q3 Sportback.
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2020 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition Is Ready for Adventure

2020 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition Is Ready for Adventure
I’ve always said that if I was going to be left with a single vehicle to survive the zombie apocalypse, it would be a Toyota 4Runner. Not only are these rugged body-on-frame SUVs basically indestructible, they can go just about anywhere, regardless of terrain, and have lots of space for passengers and cargo.
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Brabus G V12 900: “One of Ten” Elite Benz Badasses

Brabus G V12 900: “One of Ten” Elite Benz Badasses
If opulent SUV exclusiveness is your thing, and you have $875,500 sitting in your bank account, we’ve got the perfect vehicle for you. We are speaking of the Brabus G V12 900 “ONE OF TEN.” This twin-turbo, V12 equipped G-Wagen stole the spotlight in Frankfurt recently, fifteen years after the first version was revealed at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show.
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