I regret to inform everyone that the greatest SUV of all time is no longer available to purchase new. It was, and will always be, the Honda Element. It was too good for us, and we didn’t realize what we had until it was gone.
You could totally up your off-road game with today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Xterra. That is, as long as its price doesn’t have you thinking its seller is off his rocker.
Fiat Chrysler bossman Sergio Marchionne spoke a series of words at the Detroit Auto Show that suggested that not only is Ferrari definitely planning an SUV, it could come as soon as 2019, and it “has to drive like a Ferrari.” He also refers to it as an FUV, for “Ferrari Utility Vehicle,” and from this I think we can…
Renault’s resurrected performance brand Alpine may be most associated with classic sports cars, but sadly, sports cars just don’t pay for themselves like they used to. So, Alpine’s taking a page from Porsche with a plan to build a performance SUV to rival the Porsche Macan and more importantly, make bank.
Twenty years ago, if you had said that Porsche would make an SUV, people would’ve laughed in your face and chased you out of the bar. Now, it’s 2017, Cayennes dot our streets and Suicide Squad became an Oscar-nominated film. Anything can happen, it seems! But what about the companies that haven’t made an SUV yet?
Ford’s new, fourth-generation Expedition is going to be made of boron steel and aluminum, built on a modified half-ton F150 chassis, and, according to these Ford videos posted here, will look like this. Looks like our predictions that the new Expedition will share a face with the F-150 were completely, utterly wrong.
Adrian is one of the hundreds of thousands of Volkswagen owners who will be getting a big fat check to get his dirty diesel off the road. But he isn’t interested in getting a Prius—he wants something practical, large, and four-wheel drive. What car should he buy?
Alfa Romeo’s upcoming crossover, likely called the Stelvio, is supposed to have a big reveal party at this year’s LA Auto Show in November, and yet, here it is—leaked in a factory tour video from Alfa Romeo themselves.
Remember the Nissan Xterra? It was a cool looking off-roading SUV based on the Frontier truck, and it rocked some people’s socks for its fifteen long years for sale here in the U.S. It was axed in 2015, but Nissan is back testing a new truck-based SUV. Can we have it?
A Rolls-Royce SUV doesn’t make any damn sense. And you know what? Even Rolls-Royce agrees.
There’s a battle happening in the SUV world right now, and we don’t even know we’re in it. By “we,” I mean America, and the battle is for the chance to name a full-size SUV ‘Sasquatch.’ Our enemy? The Czech Republic.
The Lincoln MKT is a weird looking, tall Ford Taurus wagon that nobody’s buying. And that’s kinda sad, because it’s actually a good value. What do you need to know before you buy a Lincoln MKT? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
The Mitsubishi Outlander is a three-row crossover that everyone forgets even exists, but it actually offers outstanding value. What do you need to know before you buy a Mitsubishi Outlander? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Maserati’s unusual desire to generate money via the sales of cars has led them down the path to this: a Maserati-badged SUV. We’ve known this was coming, teased by the 2011 Kubang concept, and now it looks like our Dutch pals at Autoweek.nl got shots of the actual production Maserati Levante before its upcoming…
A Subaru Outback is a solid option for people wanting the capability and cargo capacity of an SUV without the carbon footprint. What do you need to know before you buy a Subaru Outback? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
The BMW X6 is an X5 with its butt cut off. What it lacks in practicality it makes up for in bizarre proportionality, but we can’t help but admire its audaciousness. What do you need to know before you buy a BMW X6? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
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.
If you’re looking for giant SUVs with ridiculous power figures, these are your choices.