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This a list for people who hate lists. Rather than posting a picture of the latest SUVs and writing 100 generic words you already knew underneath, we’ll offer some examples of older SUVs that still provide excellent value. The following are ten interesting SUVs you can find for under ten grand and why you may or may not want to buy them.   Our Tough Pick: Fourth Gen 4Runner (2002-2009) A Toyota 4Runner is perhaps one of the...

Published November 13, 2017 by Josh Womack

As Ford Motor Company rolls out their most significantly redesigned Navigator SUV in 15 years, General Motors is looking to protect their own iconic large SUV. GM is currently offering a $5,000 discount to any person trading in a 1999 or newer Lincoln model for their 2018 Cadillac Escalade. The deal is available nationwide, this month, and will apply to both the purchase or lease of a new Escalade. According to a memo sent to vehicle...

Published November 10, 2017 by Emma Moreau

It is time to get excited! Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is giving us a look at the all-new, next-generation 2018 Jeep Wrangler. Fiat Chrysler posted a YouTube video online, giving Jeep lovers everywhere a glimpse of the redesigned vehicle. Unfortunately, the video doesn’t show us much. We also don’t know that many details about the vehicle just yet. However, Fiat Chrysler did release some information in a statement.    “The most capable SUV ever delivers even more legendary...

Published November 6, 2017 by Emma Moreau

Alfa Romeo has given the four-leaf treatment to the Stelvio, the brand’s first SUV, which went on sale for the first time earlier this year. This souped-up version receives an all aluminum 2.9 Liter V6 that generates 505 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque at just 2,500 rpm. Alfa Romeo claims a top speed of 177 miles per hour. It is now the fastest SUV in the world due to the fastest lap ever posted...

Published November 3, 2017 by Josh Womack

Safety, not luxury, is the first thing that comes to mind when most people are shopping for vehicles. This is especially true if you are thinking of buying an SUV. There are so many different types of SUVs, ranging from crossovers to hardcore truck-based off-roaders.   In today’s article, you will learn about the top ten safest SUVs in the world. After all, that was the primary appeal of first-generation SUVs; their large size, better height, and...

Published October 31, 2017 by Benjamin Roussey

It has been 25 years since the outrageous yet iconic Lamborghini LM002, the "Rambo Lambo," halted production. But now, Lamborghini is planning to re-enter the SUV segment. They are releasing a brand new model they're calling the Urus.  Even though we haven't yet seen the production version in the flesh, details are slowly trickling out. There are just two months to go before the Urus will be on the road. In the meantime, we're going to...

Published October 30, 2017 by Benjamin Roussey

The luxury crossover class is full of vehicles that offer plenty of passenger room, elevated views, and superior storage space compared to their hatchback and sedan counterparts.    The word luxury only elevates expectations from these cars. Crossovers are supposed to be smooth and efficient yet powerful, capable yet quiet. Even when measured against all of these seemingly contradictory standards, the 2018 Mercedes-Benz GLC Crossover manages to tick every box and rise to the top. The crossover...

Published October 27, 2017 by Benjamin Roussey

While everyone is talking about the Lamborghini Urus, a performance SUV that will be unveiled later this year. The supercar maker decided the time was right to celebrate another legend at their campus, the LM002.    The LM002 is a mythical SUV, the first ever produced by Lamborghini and only 300 were ever built. It has been 25 years since the last LM002 was produced. To celebrate this historical moment in this timeline, Lamborghini commissioned a team...

Published October 26, 2017 by Benjamin Roussey

Tesla, one of the most innovative automobile companies in the world, headed by self-made billionaire Elon Musk, has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately.   After the recent reports of a mass layoff, in which hundreds of employees were removed, and delays in the production of the critically acclaimed Model 3 sedan; there are now reports coming in that Tesla has recalled as many as 11,000 units of its Model X SUV. You...

Published October 25, 2017 by Benjamin Roussey

Toyota has the biggest market cap among all car manufacturers and is neck and neck with Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi and Volkswagen for being the biggest automobile group in the world.   This is why it is so important when a player like Toyota initiates a change in its approach towards the product by launching a new version of its flagship model. Toyota started the brand Lexus back in 1989-90 with a Rear Wheel Drive 4-door sedan called the LS...

Published October 19, 2017 by Benjamin Roussey

Wells Fargo has been accused of lying to Congress in 2016 by not disclosing a scandal that was brewing in the auto insurance sector of the megabank.   Who runs this outfit? Lois Lerner? Barney Frank? Jordan Belfort? This would probably be bigger news if the Weinstein scandal wasn't plastered on every outlet's front page!   Allegations of Scandal This startling allegation came from Senator Sherrod Brown at a Senate hearing regarding Wells Fargo. Brown said that the company simply...

Published October 18, 2017 by Benjamin Roussey

Porsche North America recently introduced an app called Porsche Passport, a brand new SUV and sports car subscription program that offers members flexible access to multiple Porsche vehicles through the app.   This monthly subscription program offers multiple vehicle exchanges as well as unrestricted mileage for as many as 22 different Porsche models on the shelf at any given time. In a brand new relationship created with Clutch Technologies, Porsche is going to conduct a pilot of...

Published October 17, 2017 by Benjamin Roussey