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Here’s Yet Another Chinese Brand That Might Become The First Sold In America

As far as new, made-up car brand names go, Vantas isn’t bad. It feels like the premium brand it’s intended to be, sort of a heavily yet vaguely European-accented way to say half of the word “fantastic” or “fantasy.” Vantas is the name chosen by China’s giant Chery Automobile company to sell premium SUVs in […]

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Mercedes Doubles Down That The New G-Class Is A Status Symbol With New Electric Version

Mercedes-Benz has spent a lot of time convincing all of us that the newest generation of the G-Class would continue its legacy as an off-roader. That’s been mostly true, as it has walloped Jeep Wranglers and the sort. But that’s not why it sells.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Let’s Remember Some Hero Rocks

The government of the United States of America, and those of individual states, have collectively determined it is fine to have people who don’t know how to drive large vehicles driving large vehicles. But among us are some heroes, heroes that refuse to accept this state of affairs. They are the hero rocks. Read more… […]

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GM’s ‘BT1’ Program Might Include Electric Hummers, Trucks, Cadillac SUVs: Report

The defunct-but-hardly-forgotten General Motors brand Hummer getting resurrected for electric SUVs is an idea that’s been kicked around before. But today, a new report from Reuters lays out some specifics of how EV trucks could be a big part of GM’s future, and the name “Hummer” is pinballing around again by…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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What’s The Best Used Luxury SUV That Won’t Cost A Fortune In Maintenance?

As Jalopnik’s resident car buying expert and professional car shopper, I get emails. Lots of emails. I’ve decided to pick a few questions and try to help out. This week we are discussing off-lease luxury SUVs, the market for used Lexus sport sedans and at what mileage do cars become problematic?Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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SUVs Are Gulping All The Gas Fuel Efficient Cars Are Saving

One of the more lamentable trends over the last several decades has been SUVs, pick-up trucks and crossovers becoming the default option for many car-buyers. We at Jalopnik have lamented this trend because smaller cars tend to be more fun, not to mention more affordable, and Americans are often guilty of buying more…Read more… Continue […]

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SUVs Are Gulping All The Gas Fuel Efficient Cars Are Saving

One of the more lamentable trends over the last several decades has been SUVs, pick-up trucks and crossovers becoming the default option for many car-buyers. We at Jalopnik have lamented this trend because smaller cars tend to be more fun, not to mention more affordable, and Americans are often guilty of buying more…Read more… Continue […]

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I’m Taking My Budget Overland SUV On A 1,000-Mile Mexican Road Trip

Long, meandering adventures are the real reason I like cars. Baja Mexico in particular, in all its rugged and remote glory, has been a favorite stomping ground of mine. A year ago, a big crash sidelined me from such things. Now, I’m increasingly back in the saddle, so I want to get off the grid […]

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I’m Taking My Budget Overland SUV On A 1,000-Mile Mexican Road Trip

Long, meandering adventures are the real reason I like cars. Baja Mexico in particular, in all its rugged and remote glory, has been a favorite stomping ground of mine. A year ago, a big crash sidelined me from such things. Now, I’m increasingly back in the saddle, so I want to get off the grid […]

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I Love The Range Rover Hybrid But It Just Can’t Get Over Itself

My relationship with the 2019 Range Rover HSE P400e plug-in hybrid was a brief and tumultuous affair. At first, this SUV was everything. I was completely enamored with its ergonomics and smooth acceleration. But over a few days and some miles, we had our tiffs. There were tantrums. I finally realized that the vehicle…Read more… […]

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The Rolls-Royce Cullinan Is Too Small

Recently, I pulled up to a hotel after a long, regrettable four-hour drive across the barren and highway-ridden land that is much of the state of Texas. Out front sat a slate-gray SUV, appropriately positioned for photos from passerby as soon as they noticed the emblem up front and confirmed its authenticity on Google.Read more… […]

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Domestic Brands Charge A Hefty Premium For Advanced Safety Features

Now that the American automakers have, for the most part, ceded the small car market to the import brands, you would think they would try to field competitive offerings in the crossover/SUV segment. However, when it comes to what most car buyers are really looking for in a family car, the domestic brands do not […]

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