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Jeep Confirms 3.0L EcoDiesel Gladiator for 2021
Related Articles Mopar Accessorizes the 2020 Gladiator with Jeep Performance Parts First Drive 2020 Jeep Wrangler EcoDiesel It’s Official: Meet the 2019 Jeep Scrambler Jeep’s Gladiator (did you know it unofficially was a “Scrambler” before it became Gladiator?) certainly is the “it truck” in the midsize segment. Since arriving in U.S. showrooms in 2019, the
K.J. JonesJul 10, 2020

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All Original 1983 Toyota SR5 Pickup Auction at Barrett-Jackson
While browsing the Barrett-Jackson July 2020 online auction catalog, this clean, restored, all-original 1983 Toyota SR5 pickup jumped out at us. We’ve always had a soft spot for these utilitarian pickups. They’re nearly indestructible little workhorses that feature a very solid 4×4 system, simple leaf-spring suspension, an incredibly durable engine, and relatively comfortable interiors. This
Christian HazelJul 8, 2020
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4 Wheel Parts Releases Their New 4WP Factory Wheel Line
For nearly 60 years now, 4 Wheel Parts has been the go-to place for aftermarket off-road parts in just about every corner of the country. With humble beginnings in 1961, 4 Wheel Parts has grown to become one of the largest off-road retailers of all time. While just about everyone you shop with carries a
Jeremy CookJul 7, 2020
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Classic Early Ford Bronco Survivor Auction at Barrett-Jackson
It’s no secret that the classic 1966–1977 Ford Broncos are a huge hit with collectors, 4×4 enthusiasts, Ford devotees, and pretty much anybody into aftermarket automotive stuff. But nowadays finding a clean survivor with mostly original parts and uncut rear fenders is quite a rarity. Barrett-Jackson is getting ready to launch its online auction, and
Christian HazelJul 6, 2020
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Meet the World’s Most Powerful SUV: The 2021 Dodge Durango Hellcat
As if the Dodge Durango SRT wasn’t cool enough, the wicked minds at Dodge have gone and crammed a supercharged 6.2L Hellcat engine in the three-row soccer-mom-mobile for 2021. No, this isn’t April Fools in July; for one year only, you really will be able to purchase a Durango with 710 hp, which will make
Jason GondermanJul 2, 2020
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Ineos Grenadier: First Official Images, Details of New Defender-Homage Off-Roader
Ineos Grenadier: The Origins When Land Rover ended production of the original Defender in 2016, more than two million of the rough-and-rugged utility vehicles had been sold, the majority of which continue to exist on roads today. Add to that the millions of Jeeps and other off-road ready vehicles sold through the decades, plus the
Rory JurneckaJul 2, 2020
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Beware the Roadkill Universe, It Will Suck You Into Its Binging Vortex
Not familiar with Roadkill? Now is the perfect time to dive in headfirst and be immersed in the five-show gearhead universe David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan have created!
Motor Trend StaffJul 2, 2020
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Ford Performance Now Offering the 7.3L “Godzilla” V-8 as a Crate Engine
The moment we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived. Ford’s all-new 7.3L gasoline V-8 engine, codenamed Godzilla, has finally hit the Ford Performance catalog as a crate engine. The big-block V-8 joins other legends such as Ford’s Coyote Aluminator 5.0L V-8, the 5.2L XS V-8, the 2.3L EcoBoost I-4, and about a dozen variants
Jason GondermanJun 30, 2020
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The HOT ROD Garage Crew Preps for a Project-Car Party at Famoso Raceway
On the season premiere of HOT ROD Garage, Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa want to finish some project cars before starting something new, then hit the dragstrip at Famoso Raceway for some shenanigans.
Jordon ScottJun 30, 2020
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Jeep Updates Badge of Honor Program, Adds 7 New Trails
The Jeep brand’s Badge of Honor program, which was launched in 2013, just announced the addition of seven new off-road trails to the program. This update brings the total number of trails, which range from tame and mild to totally wild, to 56 nationwide that include the famous Rubicon Trail in California, Hell’s Revenge in
Jason GondermanJun 29, 2020
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Would You Wheel the EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP?
Maybe traveling by air isn’t your first choice for how to get the family to the next adventure destination—so how about a four-wheel-drive 2020 EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP? More Overland Rigs? We Drive the EarthCruiser EXP How About the $1.7 Million Dollar EarthRoamer? The EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP increases the seating capacity of the company’s
Jered KorfhageJun 29, 2020
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The 2021 Ford F-150's Coolest (and Weirdest) Features
The truck world has once again been rocked, which can only mean one thing: A new full-size pickup from a major player is upon us. Meet the new Ford F-150, which promises to not only be newer than the other trucks out there, but also the most advanced and most capable F-150 that Ford has ever
Nick YekikianJun 29, 2020
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BFGoodrich Tires Reaches Huge 150-Year Anniversary Milestone
It’s the best-known tire brand in the USA, and chances are if you’re reading this you’ve owned at least one car, trailer, pickup, or SUV with a set of BFGoodrich tires. For us here in the truck, SUV, and off-road market space, that’s especially true given the company’s huge presence in off-road motorsports and countless
Christian HazelJun 26, 2020
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UPDATE: Ford Confirms 2021 Raptor – What Happened To the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor
UPDATE: After our initial report Ford’s manager of truck communications, Dawn McKenzie, issued a clarification that Raptor is in fact planned to make a return for the 2021 model year. She added also “That there will be more information at a later date.” None of this comes as a surprise, as the Raptor model has
Jason GondermanJun 26, 2020
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Ford’s 2021 F-150 Comes Available As A Hybrid, But It’s Not The First…
It’s been no secret that Ford had intended to bring a hybrid-electric F-150 pickup to market, along with a full-electric variant in the not-so-distant future. As part of the 2021 model year refresh the company has introduced us to the all-new PowerBoost hybrid F-150. While only a few specs were given during the unveiling presentation,
Jason GondermanJun 26, 2020
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Redemption! Diesel Brothers Prepare for New Season by Crushing Past Fails—Literally!
In the fourth and final episode of Diesel Brothers: Diesel Nation, Dave “Heavy D” Sparks and Diesel Dave get amped for the official start of Season 7 by facing their biggest challenges, biggest losses, biggest failures, worst builds, and most embarrassing moments head-on. Remember the two-wheel stunt fail? Or Diesel Dave’s monster truck donut fail
Monica GondermanJun 26, 2020
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2021 Ford F-150: How Ram and GM Did—and Didn’t—Influence the New Truck
How does that old saying go? Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery? This couldn’t be any truer than in the highly competitive world of fullsize trucks. With each new generation of pickup introduced it’s easy to see where some brands have fallen short and where others have excelled. It should be no surprise, when
Jason GondermanJun 26, 2020
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All-New 2021 Ford F-150: First Look
Let’s just start this off by shoving the elephant out of the room early: If you’re looking for detailed specs about the new 2021 Ford F-150 pickup you’re going to have to wait a bit longer. While Ford has been very clear that they are “targeting best-in-class”, officials have not yet provided horsepower or torque
Jason GondermanJun 26, 2020
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Fred Williams Swaps Third Member in Ultimate Summer Camp Jeep…and Builds a Bat Home
What truck projects have you been working on at home? Since the MotorTrend headquarters has been closed down, like the many others who have been uninvited into the office Monday through Friday, we too have been working from home—on our computers and under our project rigs. Although we don’t quite dig the arrangement long-term, the
Monica GondermanJun 25, 2020
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Bring a Trailer Funky Auction: 1968 Winnebago F17 Is One Far-Out Motorhome
The year 1968 changed America, and the world, with unforgettable occurrences both entertaining, awe-inspiring, and devasting. There was the “Game of the Century,” an NCAA basketball matchup between the UCLA Bruins and Houston Cougars. The unstoppable Bruins—led by Lew Alcindor, who would become future Los Angeles Lakers great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar—had a 47-game winning streak that
Eleonor SeguraJun 24, 2020
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Bogi From All Girls Garage - Episode 125 of The Truck Show Podcast
On This Week’s Truck Show Podcast: Bogi Lateiner from All Girls Garage Cerakote’s Tim O’Malley Why We Love The DMV/Personalized Plates The guys talk shop with Bogi Lateiner from All Girls Garage, a show on the MotorTrend App, learning about her BMW-powered Chevy pickup project, her love of vocational training, and how overmatched they are
Monica GondermanJun 22, 2020
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