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Off-Road with the 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition
The Toyota Land Cruiser is one of the most legendary off-roaders in history, taking space next to the Willys Jeep and Land Rover Series/Defender for its reliability, ruggedness, and popularity. In fact, the Land Cruiser has been on sale in the U.S.,in one form or another, since 1958. In the intervening six decades, our market
Brett T. EvansFeb 21, 2020

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2020 Nissan Titan PRO-4X First Drive Review
As the cover came of the 2020 Nissan Titan, our first thought was that this should have been the truck that debuted in 2017. With refreshed and emboldened styling, no one can call the Titan derivative anymore. Clearly staking out its corner with a look that is unique to Nissan, the Titan finally stands out
Sean P. HolmanFeb 21, 2020
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Everything You Need To Know About The Incredible New-For-2020 Four Wheeler Adventure Expo!
What: Four Wheeler Adventure Expo Where: OC Fair & Events Center // 88 Fair Dr, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 When: March 7-8, 2020 // Sat 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. & Sun 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. BUY TICKETS NOW REGISTER YOUR RIDE NOW Buy Tickets or Register Your Ride in advance and be automatically
Ken BrubakerFeb 21, 2020
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A Look Back At The First 100 Years Of The Cummins Engine Company
In the unlikely event you’ve never heard a Cummins you have probably heard of them. Yet the name known for reliably towing your five-slide RV or moving a locomotive was also one of the first with disc brakes, independent front suspension and yes, even turbochargers, at the Indianapolis 500. Cummins provides power in natural gas,
Greg R. WhaleFeb 21, 2020
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Hooning the 2020 Toyota RAV4 TRD Off-Road and Hybrid in the Snow
The 2020 Toyota RAV4 TRD Off-Road and RAV4 Hybrid represent the two most disparate branches of the small SUV’s family tree. The RAV4 TRD Off-Road comes with a specially tuned suspension, 18-inch flow-formed alloy wheels, and Falken all-terrain tires to give it an edge off-road. Meanwhile, the hybridized RAV4 boasts a 118hp electric motor that
Brett T. EvansFeb 21, 2020
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10 Must-Watch Storylines in NASCAR This Year
You hear it every year from drivers, usually right after the Daytona 500: “The NASCAR Cup Series season really begins next week. Daytona really isn’t representative …” Especially, you hear this from drivers who had a lousy Daytona 500, which this year opened the NASCAR Cup Series season on Feb. 18—after rain forced officials to
Steven Cole SmithFeb 20, 2020
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EarthRoamer XV-HD Super Camper Can Be Yours for $1.7 Million
There’s a scene in Pulp Fiction where hit man Jules (played by Samuel L. Jackson) tells his partner Vincent (John Travolta) that he’s quitting and wants to “walk the earth—like Caine in Kung Fu. Walk from place to place, meet people—get in adventures.” Well, when Jules gets tired of walking, can we recommend the EarthRoamer XV-HD? It’s the
Ed TahaneyFeb 20, 2020
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Truck Trend Interview: Robert Bollinger
With every major automaker in the recent months announcing that they’ll be producing an electric pickup truck, it’s easy to forget about some of the smaller players also working towards that goal. One of those companies is Bollinger, the boxy-industrial designed truck and SUV that’ll be built in the Motor City. We recently caught up
Chad KirchnerFeb 20, 2020
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$900,000 SLRV Commander 8x8 Is an Overlanding Townhouse on Wheels
Move over EarthRoamer and make room for another mighty overland RV behemoth: the SLRV Commander 8×8. This two-story monster sports a powered two-story roof, casts a shadow that’s 39.4 feet long, and offers enough space to fit a family of eight with room to spare. In fact, a large family that wanted to travel the
Ed TahaneyFeb 20, 2020
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2019 Ram 1500 Long-Term Report 2 of 6
More on this 2019 Ram 1500 Report! Long-Term: 2019 Ram 1500 Report 1 It feels like just yesterday we took delivery of our 2019 Pickup Truck of the Year award winning Ram 1500 for our long-term test. So far we’ve had zero issues with the truck. It hasn’t required a dealer visit other than for
Jason GondermanFeb 19, 2020
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Global Auto Salon Riyadh – The Auctions
When we signed up to ship out to Saudi Arabia for the Global Auto Salon we didn’t really know what to expect. Afterall, the Kingdom hadn’t allowed tourist visas from the United States for more than a few months. What we found was a vibrant and enthusiastic car scene and people that couldn’t be happier
Jason GondermanFeb 18, 2020
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2020 Chicago Auto Show Recap
If you talk to the pundits, they might tell you that the traditional auto show is a dying bread. However, we’re seeing just the opposite. With the North American International Auto Show in Detroit moving from January to June this year we expected the 2020 edition of the Chicago Auto Show to be a big
Jason GondermanFeb 18, 2020
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Bollinger Motors B1 SUV and B2 Pickup
Bollinger Motors isn’t taking a page from Henry Ford’s stubborn proclamation about the palette of the Model T, or Steve Jobs’ favorite color of turtleneck. But there’s no doubt about it, the Detroit-based electric truck company’s penchant for black helps accentuate one of the wildest, weirdest, and most polarizing shapes you’ll see in the automotive
Nick KurczewskiFeb 18, 2020
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2020 Lincoln Corsair First Drive
“This car is ‘sweet,’” one of our group enthused to Lincoln marketing, sales and service director Michael Sprague after our day-long sojourn over the mountains and down the California coast from San Francisco to Carmel. He seemed about ready to buy one. Remember not that long ago when Cadillac was cool and Lincoln was lame?
Gary WitzenburgFeb 18, 2020
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Truck Trend’s 2020 Pickup Truck of the Year Recap: The MASTERPOST!
We here at Truck Trend pride ourselves on being the best at everything we do. And we feel strongly that we put on the best Pickup Truck of the Year event in the industry. Our testing methods are thorough, objective, fair, and transparent. Knowing that there can be a lot of information to digest when
Jason GondermanFeb 14, 2020
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Crazy Trucks & SUVs at Saudi Arabia Cars and Coffee!
It’s a great time to be a truck fan, no matter where you live. We recently had the unique opportunity to attend a cars and coffee event in Riyadh, the capital city of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. We knew trucks were a big deal in the Middle East, but nothing could have adequately prepared
Jason GondermanFeb 13, 2020
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We’d Kill to Overland in This Russian Van, Even if It Kills Us First
Damn you, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and your “safety standards” that prevent Russia’s UAZ from selling its SGR Combi Expedition in the United States. Sure, the SGR offers minimal front impact protection for either passengers or pedestrians, and, yeah, it appears to lack any sort of modern safety items short of seatbelts and anti-lock
Greg FinkFeb 13, 2020
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What’s a Dualie?
To those who aren’t familiar with dualies (“dually” is the more popular but incorrect spelling), in a nutshell, they’re the unconventional-looking pickup trucks with four rear tires (“dual rear wheels,” per manufacturers’ order guides) that are used for towing large trailers or hauling heavy payloads down the road. However, despite their utilitarian/work purpose, today, dualies
K.J. JonesFeb 12, 2020
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We Install a Front Runner Low Profile Roof Rack on a 2014 Toyota Tundra
More on this 2014 Toyota Tundra Project! Trail Ready Tundra: Part One Our Off-Road Mods Continue with ADD, Rigid & Warn Adding an ARE Shell, Bed Rug, and Topper Lift to Our Overland Project Toyota We’re getting down to the wire on our Toyota Tundra Overland project. If you’ve been following along the last few
Jeremy CookFeb 11, 2020
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What Is a Million-Mile Truck Worth?
Vehicles with more than a million miles are few and far between. That’s why it was such a big deal when Nissan brought a 2007 Frontier with more than a million miles on the odometer to the 2020 Chicago Auto Show. During the show the company announced that they would be trading the owner a
Jason GondermanFeb 11, 2020
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Up Close With The 2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave
Is this the Jeep pickup for the off-roader who wants to go-fast in the dirt? Jeep JT Gladiator Mojave vs Gladiator Rubicon: What’s the Difference? Jeep made waves at the 2020 Chicago Auto show by unveiling the high-speed desert running Gladiator Mojave. Aimed squarely at Toyota’s Tacoma TRD Pro and Chevrolet’s Colorado ZR2 the Mojave
Jason GondermanFeb 10, 2020
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