Restoring life to America's classic cars
From Fast N’ Load to Truck Night in America, there are no shortage of car and truck shows on cable TV. Vehicle restoration and flipping series are in no short supply either, and often come and go after just one or two seasons. But one
Off-road fans rejoice as an American legend is returning to the U.S, but perhaps as more Bollywood than Hollywood.
Mahindra, an Indian based multinational car manufacturing corporation is America-bound with a recreational off-highway vehicle called the ROXOR. They describe it the “‘the original off-road vehicle’ with a 70 year heritage”. You
The Honda Fit is in its third generation, and since its introduction in the early 2000's the entry level Honda has earned a reputation as a fun-to-drive versatile platform. The current model is now three years old and according to Honda is the second best selling car in its segment.
A new Jeep Wrangler doesn’t come along often. Since its introduction in 1987 Jeep has only brought out three models of the icon. The current version (known by insiders as the JK) has been around for 10 years. FCA plans to produce the model alongside the soon-to-arrive JL. Why? We don't
The 2017 Jeep Compass Trailhawk compact crossover allows Jeep to hitch another ride on the growing global domination of crossovers. The brand has not one, not two, but four crossover offerings spanning a gamut of sizes and prices. From the small Renegade to the ever growing Grand Cherokee, Jeep seems
It's 1974 all over again and you want to comb the beach in an open-air Jeep with Bob Marley blaring through a wood trimmed dash. But there is just one problem: it's actually the middle of a Michigan winter and your kids need to be picked up from school.
3.5 seconds. That's how fast Jeep says the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk rockets to 60 mph. With 707 horsepower and 645 lb-ft of torque on tap, Jeep claims this new model is the quickest and most powerful SUV ever.
Fans of the hellcat motor will rejoice as the 6.2L supercharged
It's April which can only mean one thing: The 2017 Denver Auto Show. This year Charlotte and I attended the show to find the top cars around $30,000 for millennials under 30, and boy did we take a differing approach.
From fun in the sun to pint sized pocket rockets, the Denver