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Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon

No one has crawling cred like a Jeep, let alone a model named after the meat-and-metal grinder that is the Rubicon Trai...

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2017 BMW M2 – Feature

BMW has so perverted the sanctity of the letter M in its model names and option packages that a brief nomenclature lesson may be appropriate here. Let’s start at the bottom. An ...

2006 – 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer SS

Peter Carney, 24, is an analytical chemist. But he’s a large analytical chemist, and his taste in cars runs large, too. Thus the ’92 GMC Typhoon in his garage, parked ne...

A Tale of Two Porsches – Feature

Click above image for Statistics on the 2002 Porsche 911 GT2 and 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Back before we knew how to drive, we used to invi...

Hummer H2

While we think civilized society can probably do without the H2, we can safely assume that post-apocalyptic existence will involve less hugging and draw more on Lord of ...

1954 Chevrolet Corvette – Feature

The Corvette's first year of existence, 1953, had been a challenging one. After the car's headline-grabbing debut in New York, Chevrolet had struggled to complete 300 largely hand-...

2015 Ford F-150 – Feature

What It Is Look up “truck” in the dictionary. Why It Matters There’s not much at stake with the launch of the new Ford F-series, except one-third of Ford’s annual profit, tens o...

An Honest Sports Car

Seattle remains at heart a blue-collar port town but with a still-lively tech scene, fostering two distinct communities that blend surprisingly well. It’s a city that’s energetic and urbane while also refre...

2013 10Best: Concept Cars – Feature

Let the masses have their practical Cruzes and family-friendly Traverses, but please, Chevy, let us have this impractical, family-averse rear-drive coupe. The Code 130R gives off a sort of uprig...