The International Harvester Scout was a car ahead of its time, in many ways, an SUV from the days when the only people who bought SUVs needed SUVs. The Scout was made from 1961-1980 in two generations, and these pictures seem to suggest a 1980s Scout future that never quite happened.
Have you ever pulled an all-nighter before a big race or off-road event? Well, I haven’t, but it looks like I’m headed down that path, as my old $600 Craigslist Jeep Cherokee still needs tons of work before it can conquer Moab.
Before wrenching could commence on my $600 Jeep XJ, which I plan to take to this year’s Easter Jeep Safari, I had to cobble together a lift kit. And it had to be cheap. Like, really cheap.
Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, revealed a revised North American strategy for the brand, finally inverting plans after months of diverting rumors. The plan includes more trucks and less cars, a new partnership, and fewer Alfa Romeos—oh, and it’s based on the belief that cheap gas will last…
Today Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) went through its revised business plan for the near future. Basically, it’s dumping some small cars so they can build more Jeeps and trucks. But don’t worry, they’ve got some exciting ideas about keeping their average emissions down and fuel economy up.
Nothing screams “America” like hopping on your skis or snowboard to shred through the streets of New York City while holding the Stars and Stripes. With a Jeep Wrangler as your chaperone. In the middle of a snowstorm.
Moab, Utah is like a painting you can drive though. And hey, a Jeep Wrangler pickup like this one might be a lot easier to buy a year from today! [Image: Andrew P. Collins]
Somebody asked Jeep CEO Michael Manley point-blank if he could put the (in)famous 707 horsepower Hellcat engine in a Jeep Grand Cherokee. His response: “Not only can I put a Hellcat motor in one of those for you, I’m going to bring that to market before the end of 2017.”
We’ve known that the plucky Jeep Compass and Patriot small SUVs were going to be scrapped in favor of an all new “C-Segment” vehicle this year, but new reports out of the 2016 Detroit Auto Show are saying one of these nameplates will live on.
Of all the automotive fantasies, a Jeep Wrangler pickup truck is high on the internet’s wish list. We’ve heard rumors both ways about this before, but now The Detroit News says they have confirmation straight from Jeep’s CEO Michael Manley and his corporate overlord Sergio Marchionne.
Southern California has been pummeled with rain this week, and San Diego took the brunt of the flooding. Some Lamborghinis made it through, some cars didn’t. But Baja 1000 racer Elias Hanna helped as many as he could; pushing stranded cars to safety with his lifted Jeep Wrangler.
We bought so many cars, you guys. We bought like, more cars than we have ever bought before. Millions and millions of them! As Automotive News reports, we bought no fewer than 17,470,659 cars and trucks, beating out our previous record in the year 2000.
Welcome to Paper Jam, the feature where we highlight the best automotive advertisements from the past! Print might be nearly dead, but our scanners are just getting warmed up.
How many old Jeeps does my new hero Ron Hattner have on his northeast Michigan property? He stopped counting around 40 or 50. Some might see Ron as a crazy hoarder; I see him as a guy who’s working to preserve one particular aspect of American car culture.
Flexing is popular on Instagram, but it takes on new meaning for Jeep owners wanting to strut their stuff. When done correctly, the shots can be impressive. When it goes wrong, the video can be spectacular.
A month ago, an attempt to speed through a deep mud pit resulted in the grenading of my Jeep’s engine. After a beautiful memorial service for my dearly departed 4.0-liter, I removed the boat anchor and took it apart. Bear witness to the carnage I found inside.
The Jeep Cherokee is a crossover that can actually do some real off-roading. What do you need to know before you buy a Jeep Cherokee? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
As of November 2015, U.S. Speciality Vehicles is taking orders on the Rhino XT. It’s a complete off-road luxury conversion for the current Jeep Wrangler that transforms it into a dead-ringer for the Hummer HX concept from 2008.