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Regular Car Reviews: 1999 Jeep Cherokee XJ

Regular Car Reviews: 1999 Jeep Cherokee XJ
The guys from Regular Car Reviews take a sentimental look back at one of the most reliable and unassuming everyday drivers to ever hail from Jeep – the Cherokee XJ. Powered by a durable AMC straight-six engine, and built to take just about anything you could throw at it, the XJ is possibly one of the most unkillable cars ever made.
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Lincoln MKX Concept SUV

Lincoln MKX Concept SUV
Lincoln unveiled its latest premium concept SUV at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show. The MKX Concept portends a new SUV that is expected to be the third of four all-new Lincoln vehicles to arrive by 2016.
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Twisted Alpine Edition Land Rover Defender

Twisted Alpine Edition Land Rover Defender
UK tuners Twisted Performance create this very special Land Rover Defender that’s been decked out with all kinds of visual, performance and space improvements. In its top-of-the-line Alpine 110 configuration, the vehicle has been stretched to a long wheelbase five-passenger configuration, and bestowed with Twisted’s P10+ performance kit, and sport suspension.
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ICON D90 Land Rover V8 Reformer

ICON D90 Land Rover V8 Reformer
ICON is perhaps best known for its updated FJ series of 4x4s that are modern versions of the Toyota Land Cruisers of the past. But they also enjoy reworking other classic off-road vehicles including this venerable Land Rover Defender 90.
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Citroen C-XR Concept

Citroen C-XR Concept
The new Citroen compact SUV concept which was teased a few days ago has been unveiled at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show. Known as the C-XR, the new compact SUV concept was created as the result of a partnership between Citroen and Chinese auto manufacturer Dongfeng.
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Mercedes-Benz Concept Coupé SUV

Mercedes-Benz Concept Coupé SUV
Mercedes-Benz tosses their hat into the crossover ring with this concept vehicle that’s designed to combine the best of a car and an SUV. The Concept Coupé SUV sports a style that’s distinctly Mercedes, while creating a form that’s unique in the market.
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Inside the Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept

Inside the Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept
Just a couple of days ago, Land Rover revealed their impressive new Discovery Vision Concept, but all we had to share was some still images and descriptions of how some of the whiz-bang technology worked. Land Rover has since released a series of short videos which explain the interior and exterior design, as well as the multitude of high-tech features of the vehicle. We’re especially impressed with the flexible seating and laser-guidance systems and hope those actually makes it into production.
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2015 Nissan Murano

2015 Nissan Murano
Nissan has revealed the all-new 2015 Nissan Murano crossover before its official debut at the 2014 New York International Auto Show. The most striking feature of the new Murano is the bold V-motion front end framed by LED boomerang headlights.
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Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept

Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept
After teasing us and with its innovative Transparent Bonnet technology, Land Rover has taken wraps off of its latest concept vehicle, the Discovery Vision Concept. The full-size SUV is designed to establish a future direction for not just a single vehicle, but a full line of Discovery vehicles. Riding on a set of beautifully designed 23-inch split-spoke alloy wheels, the Discovery Vision Concept is dramatically restyled from past models, moving away from the boxy shape of old to a look that much more closely resembles that of the Evoque, but with even more aggressive lines. On the exterior, the Discovery Vision features modern wrap-around headlights and tail lamps, and the headlights use laser technology to project bright, controllable light over a long distance.
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Citroen’s Compact SUV Concept to Debut in Beijing

Citroen’s Compact SUV Concept to Debut in Beijing
Citroen is readying a new Concept compact SUV for the 2014 Beijing Auto Show and has released a few teaser images in advance. Looking remarkably similar to the Audi Q4 Concept, the little SUV with the giant tires has a bold silver, red and black color scheme and with a wide, lowered stance hinting of a crossover vehicle.
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2015 Lexus NX 200/NX 300 Compact Crossover

2015 Lexus NX 200/NX 300 Compact Crossover
A short while back, Lexus showed off its LF-NX concept crossover. Now it’s ready to put the vehicle into its production lineup. The Lexus NX series will be the first compact crossover for the Japanese luxury automaker. 
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Jeep Reveals Six New Concept Vehicles for Moab

Jeep Reveals Six New Concept Vehicles for Moab
Jeep and Mopar have collaborated to design six new Jeep concept vehicles for upcoming Easter Jeep Safari, taking place in Moab, Utah, April 12-20. The concepts include three Wranglers and three Cherokees and each was created to showcase production and prototype Jeep Performance Parts which are built to transform Jeeps into even more extreme off-road vehicles.
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Mercedez-Benz Previews MLC Concept Before Beijing

Mercedez-Benz Previews MLC Concept Before Beijing
Mercedes-Benz seems to be putting the BMW X6 Crossover SUV squarely in its crosshairs with the new MLC Concept. Daimler Chairman Dr. Dieter Zetsche released a sneak preview of the MLC at the recent shareholders meeting and the crossover is expected to be fully revealed at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show.
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Audi Teases New Q4 Before Beijing Debut

Audi Teases New Q4 Before Beijing Debut
Audi is hoping to drum up a little buzz about a new SUV concept that will be unveiled at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show on April 20. The car may be positioned between the Audi Q3 and Q5 SUVs, making it a potential design direction for a newly launched Q4.
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Four-Minute Frame Swap

Four-Minute Frame Swap
As more and more automakers move away from body-on-frame construction to unibody designs, there are still a handful of trucks and 4X4s that have stayed true to their roots. Beyond their ruggedness, another less obvious advantage is that the frame can actually be replaced on these vehicles.
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