7 Luxury SUVs for Driving Through Winter Storms in Style
Forget to plow the driveway? Don't worry about it.
Forget to plow the driveway? Don't worry about it.
Toyota's newest mid-size pickup is being marketed as the millennial's ride of choice. Really, it's just a damn good pickup.
Nissan is betting that there's space between half ton and heavy duty. The Titan XD is their argument.
The ideal machine for living out your Rally Raid fantasies.
Out with the boxy, old GLK, and in with the new, curvy GLC. But do the smooth lines translate into a smooth drive?
Is it possible that all those cryptic Matthew McConaughey commercials are right?
The Toyota 4Runner has always been the cool car, for the cool kids. The newest Trail version is just as likable.
Truck envy set in within an hour of crossing the Wyoming state line. But the Silverado never backed down.
Bentley just unveiled the Bentayga, an SUV three years in the making. It's glorious Bentley, raised and expanded.
Don't be fooled, the modern truck has evolved with modern drivers. Too bad the people marketing them haven't.
Driving a Cadillac Escalade to the place where its power comes from.
The best SUV, pushed to its engineered limits. That is the Porsche Turbo S.
14 dudes, two bags each, plus camera equipment, two cases of water, one bag dedicated to booze, four bags of chips, and six hours ahead. For two Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans, that's no problem.
The Ford F-350 Super Duty is a true dually — it can tow 26,500 pounds, and yet it's smooth and refined on the interior.
The off-road and track-compatible Range Rover Sport SVR is a $111,000 ticket to cool.
Can drifting be done in an over-5,000-pound family hauler? When it bears the badge of "M", the answer is a "conditioned" yes.
BMW took a car that had no place being raced around the track and gave it the Nürburgring treatment.
After twelve generations of model updates, the Ford SVT Raptor is arguably the most tenacious version of the Blue oval's numerous F-150 iterations. Truly testing this machine called for something more than a few days piddling around Los Angeles, so when when we were invited to go attend the one-day Raptor Assault School at Miller Motorsports Park in the wide open Utah countryside we moved quicker than a rattle snake on the floor of a country line dance. What we drove was an out-of-the box, insanely capable machine able to run, jump and crawl over just about anything in its path.
Trucks. Sure, they’re unnecessary for most of the population, borderline politically incorrect in some circles, and sort of an unnatural presence in the average, mostly-urban lifestyle. But we can't stop loving pickups. The pickup is about as American as it gets, and until your cute little crossover can haul a boat and a couch simultaneously -- in the snow -- we're quite content to keep 'em around, thanks. This year’s new models all showcase a lot of brawn, and even toss in a bit of green to go with it
The BMW X5 xDrive35d is a mouthful, an earful and a pocketful all at once. Its visually eclectic nomenclature is BMW speak for all-wheel drive and a diesel powertrain. Yes, we said diesel. Get used to it, because the clean-burning fuel is here to stay -- providing both efficiency
The second coming of the very popular and virtually unpronounceable Volkswagen Touareg ("Too-a-regg") now comes in Hybrid form, which actually makes more sense than hybridizing a compact car that already gets better gas mileage than its larger automotive counterparts. And though its 20/24 city/highway mileage numbers don't truly impress
If you're looking for quite possibly the most stylish cute/brute-ute on the planet, you won't have to look much further than the 2012 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque. Not so loosely based on 2008's LRX Concept, the Evoque is meant to turn heads, empty wallets and generally be driven
Niche British car maker Bowler has been making road rally vehicles that can take serious punishment since 1989. Now they've gone all pedestrian on us by making a street-legal passenger vehicle. With the assistance of Land Rover in the creation of
Topless cruising in a Jeep Wrangler is a rite of passage for off road enthusiasts, serving as the perfect combination of man, machine and Mother Nature. Getting caught out in the bush when the she changes her mind and things get
The current Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 is undoubtedly a rubber roaster. Heck, it'll even cook unwitting sports cars just for fun. The Hennessey version is even more ferocious. Well, Bulgarian tuner Vilner decided to dial up the heat even more with
Armageddon is just around the corner. Okay, maybe not. But just in case, there are some niche vehicles out there that are up to the task (you know, traversing washed out roads, bludgeoning snowbanks and mowing down zombies). American Expedition Vehicles
After Land Rover updated the Range Rover Sport , the car specialists at Project Kahn decided to follow suit with their lava-inspired Vesuvius edition. The new iteration features an orange and black aero package that's matched by the SUV's custom
Though we have a glaring weakness for classic 4x4's, in general we tend to be against the gas guzzling SUV. It's not that we don't like the extra cargo room, passenger seats, and "off-road" capabilities. We just have a hard time
If you happened to be a loyal Gear Patrol fan browsing last week in between feasting, you might have a seen a brief video of yours truly and our resident car reviewer Bradley Hasemeyer experiencing the non-casino side of Vegas.
With most of the items that we review here at Gear Patrol, we strive to curate and highlight gear that's attainable for most guys. Yes, some of it will still be ridiculous and unaffordable, but we are trying to focus on
People who buy Mercedes Geländewagens are often (for the worse) categorized as soccer moms or as guys who don't care about money. There are a select few, though, that buy them for the reasons G-Wagens were originally conceived: quality off-road vehicles
Lets turn back a little over one decade ago to 1997. A year when men were mired in news about Princess Diana's passing, cloned sheep, and photos beamed from Mars. Oh, and Land Rover would be forced to stop selling
The Jeep J8 Heavy Duty. Further evidence that great vehicles don't always make it to the United States.
A diesel powered Jeep makes sense. Not just because
Jeep J8 Heavy Duty. Grrrrr....
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I'd trade in a Land Rover for a Jeep Wagoneer anyday.