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Full steam ahead with power to all four wheels. That was the common thread this week among AutoGuide.com’s most popularly read reviews. Continue Reading...
The next-generation Mazdaspeed3 could be getting all-wheel drive, since the new Mazda3 shares its underpinnings with the CX-5 SUV. Continue Reading...
Wrangler sales are climbing, both month-over-month and year-over-year. Causing consternation among its fan base, the brand is also preparing to revive the Cherokee nameplate. It rides on the same underpinnings as the Dodge Dart, but Chrysler swears on the Rubicon Trail that its new small SUV will be off-road credible. True, this is the same brand… Continue Reading...
Like veteran 911 operators AutoGuide’s expertly trained staff is here to help at anytime, day or night… as long as they can respond via e-mail and at their convenience. Ask AutoGuide is our newest weekly feature and it’s off like a prom dress. Continue Reading...
Jeep will bring the new version of its Liberty utility vehicle to the 2013 New York Auto Show only a short time before it is scheduled to reach dealers. Continue Reading...
Jeep just might be the thing to tug Fiat out of its European money mire like a winch-wearing Wrangler pulling a stranger’s truck from a mud bog. Continue Reading...
According to Jaguar’s global brand director, Adrian Hallmark, all future models will be developed with all-wheel drive capability. Continue Reading...
Off-roading usually conjures images of a gas-hungry monster with big tires but a concept Nissan brought to Paris this week aims to change that. Continue Reading...
The Ferrari FF went for a skiing holiday in the Italian Alps, and it got a lift via a Chinook helicopter. Who knew the FF was such an extreme-sports junkie? Two Italian Air Force regiments provided CH-47 Chinook and Augusta 205 helicopters for the Ferrari FF to be hauled to the top of ski resort… Continue Reading...