Jeep’s New Wrangler Has On-Road Manners To Go With Its Off-Road Might

Four years ago, on a gloomy day in May, I sold my 2007 Jeep Wrangler. It wasn’t the hardest decision of my life – not even close. Though I’d spent well over $10,000 personalizing my red, two-door Wrangler; though we’d spent hundreds of hours exploring the unpaved...
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The Tesla Model 3 Is The First Future-Proofed Car

The most exciting vehicle on the market isn’t a million-dollar supercar, a broad-shouldered truck, or a seven-passenger SUV. No, the car the world can’t wait to drive is an all-electric sedan from a startup automaker called Tesla. How did this happen? When did the...
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Audi’s New RS5 Coupe Is Lean, Mean, and Best in Green

Beyond the eccentric world of supercars, green is not a typical color for an automobile. Be it the design of the vehicle, the hue of the paint, or any number of other factors, green cars hardly ever pan out. There are, however, some models that are made for the...
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The 2018 Subaru Outback Is One Classy, Capable Wagon

Wagons are creeping back steadily into the U.S. car market. After Americans turned their backs on these utility five-doors at the start of the new millennium, we feared we’d never see a low-slung long-roof silhouette again. Thanks to some clever packaging by certain...
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Ducati’s Multistrada Enduro Pro and Velomacchi’s Speedway Pack Are The Perfect Adventure Duo

When adventure calls, there are many ways to respond,  only one of which is unacceptable. “I’m busy” just won’t do. We’re all busy, and that’s precisely why we need to break from the daily grind and learn something new about ourselves. Where, how, and with whom you...
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