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2021 Nissan Armada Platinum First Drive
The large SUV market is a crowded and competitive place to be these days, especially with the recent redesign of the Chevy Tahoe/Suburban and GMC Yukon on new independently suspended platforms. However, there is one option that seems to be underrated in this class and deserves a look, and that’s Nissan’s Armada. Based on Nissan’s
Sean P. HolmanJan 11, 2021
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Best Diesel Deals on Craigslist: Des Moines
We began this series in March 2020 with a story about a 1994 Ford E-350 that served in former President Bill Clinton’s motor pool. Back then, we had no idea this study would be so popular. With this rundown for Des Moines, Iowa, and its immediate vicinity, we now have 20 stories covering our search
K.J. JonesJan 11, 2021
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Qruisin PCH Quarantine Cruise 2021 Dates: Mark Your Calendar
It started as a small, somewhat underground gathering of rebellious truck and car enthusiasts during the height of the pandemic’s stay-at-home orders in 2020. The Quarantine Cruise, organized and clandestinely communicated through the Instagram page Qruisinpch, has captivated the SoCal custom car and truck scene. It’s secretive, with cruise-route beginning and ending locations revealed via
Monica GondermanJan 8, 2021
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How to Make Power with a Chevy TBI V-8
Here’s a question from a reader about adding power to a GM TBI engine. The principle is pretty much the same with any speed-density fuel-injection system, so check out engine guru Jeff Smith’s answer to a question posed by Nathan Seabaugh of Northern Illinois. Question: I am building an engine for my ’89 Chevy K2500.
Jeff SmithJan 8, 2021
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2021 Nissan Kicks Pricing Announced
Nissan has announced pricing for its new 2021 Kicks S, the restyled, upgraded compact crossover that goes on sale in early February. Originally introduced in 2018 (replacing the Juke), the 2021 Nissan Kicks (S, SV, and SR) covers all the bases when it comes to young drivers—age 17 to 23—and their desire for cool-looking, tech-savvy,
K.J. JonesJan 8, 2021
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Most Popular Trucks in 2020
A lot may have changed in 2020, but one thing that remained constant was Americans’ love of the pickup truck. The experts at iSeeCars.com analyzed more than 12.9 million vehicle sales in 2020 and has released a study listing the most popular vehicle overall, by state, and even down to by metropolitan region. The study
Jason GondermanJan 7, 2021
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2021 Nissan Kicks First Drive
Nissan first introduced the Kicks to the U.S. market in 2017 for the 2018 model year. The subcompact crossover was intended to be a hip and fun way to get younger buyers into the Nissan brand. With a starting price under $20,000, it did just that. Now, three years later, the 2021 Nissan Kicks has
Jason GondermanJan 7, 2021
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Trucks with the Best MPG
Talking about the “best” of anything can lead to quite the slippery slope. Thankfully, fuel economy is a rather straightforward subject thanks largely to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA issues a fuel economy rating for all light-duty vehicles and publishes them in the form of city, highway, and combined mileage. Everyone of driving
Jason GondermanJan 6, 2021
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Top 10 Custom Chevy Suburbans on TruckTrend.com
With Chevrolet’s all-new 2021 Suburban—highlighted by the return of a diesel engine to the poweretrain lineup—finally in dealership showrooms, we think now is a perfect time to shine the spotlight on the iconic long-roof rig. Introduced in 1935, Suburban is the ultimate family truckster, incorporating elements of sedan, van, and pickup truck into one vehicle.
K.J. JonesJan 6, 2021
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Get 500 Horsepower from a Junkyard Ford Explorer 302
Some ideas never go out of style. It’s a classic move we’ve pulled off many times. Yank a motor out of the junkyard, clean it up, add a camshaft, intake, and a carburetor, and see how much power we can squeeze out of it. This time around, we chose a shining example of this junkyard
Jeff SmithJan 6, 2021
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Resurrecting Toyota Land Cruisers and Remembering the Mega Cruiser: The Truck Show Podcast, Episode 154
On This Week’s Show: Jeremiah Proffitt’s Resurrection Land Cruisers 2021 Ford F-150 Hybrid truck review with Truck Trend’s Jason Gonderman Know Your Note Come along for the ride with Jeremiah Proffitt of Proffitt’s Resurrection Land Cruisers and hear all about Toyota Land Cruisers and Mega Cruisers from one of the premier restorers in the country.
Monica GondermanJan 5, 2021
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The Toyota Land Cruiser Is Dead, Long Live the Toyota Land Cruiser
When was the last time you saw a Toyota Land Cruiser? You can’t go a block without seeing multiple 4Runners, Highlanders, Tacomas, and RAV4s—or even the occasional Sequoia—but spotting any generation of a Land Cruiser is a rarity. For all its name recognition and iconic history, there just aren’t that many running around the U.S.
Monica GondermanJan 5, 2021
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Four-Cylinder vs. Six-Cylinder Wrangler
Jeep prices have gotten pretty crazy lately. Not everybody has tons of money to throw at a newer JK or JL Jeep Wrangler. But if you still want to go Jeeping, there are plenty of older YJ and TJ Jeep Wranglers out there for somewhat more realistic money. The most common engine choices when shopping
Christian HazelJan 5, 2021
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Toyota Trademarks “Grand Highlander”, Could Sequoia Be Heading Out to Pasture?
Hot on the news that Toyota is discontinuing the Land Cruiser after the 2021 model year, the folks at GR86.org have uncovered a recent patent application from Toyota for the “Grand Highlander” name. Filed on December 24, 2020, the application lists use of the name for the United States and Canada. So, what’s the takeaway
Jason GondermanJan 4, 2021
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Dremel Cordless Screwdriver Review
The holidays are now behind us, and based on the increase in home and automotive DIY projects that have been happening while we’re in a pandemic state, we’re willing to bet tools were popular Chanukah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa gifts this year. Screwdrivers are frequently used by mechanics of all skill levels, and among the top
K.J. JonesDec 30, 2020
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What’s In Our Overlanding Toolkit?
The world “overlanding” has taken on such an interesting meaning in the recent years. It can be used to describe everything from a simple weekend off-road trip with friends to an expedition around the globe. In either case, it’s important to have an overlanding toolkit with a sufficient supply of tools and parts on board
Jason GondermanDec 29, 2020
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Rewind: Top 20 Diesel Stories of 2020
We’re coming to the end of 2020, a year that arguably has been one of the most challenging periods in history. There’s no need to elaborate, as we’re confident anyone reading this is aware of the worldwide social, political, health, economic, and other strife that people are enduring. In a word, “incredible” is the only
K.J. JonesDec 28, 2020
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Off-Roading and Towing With Our $90,000 Ford Super Duty
When we last left off, we had introduced our new, 2020 Pickup Truck of the Year award-winning long-term 2020 Ford F-250 Super Duty Limited. The truck sports a 6.7L Power Stroke diesel engine with 1,050 lb-ft of torque and 445 hp and a 10-speed TorqShift automatic transmission. And the truck arrived to us in top-of-the-line
Jason GondermanDec 28, 2020
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Have Your Land Rover Defender … and Your Airplane, Too
Decisions, decisions. Do you take to the air or stick to the tarmac? It’s a knee-slapper of a joke to most auto enthusiasts, but just like some have matching boats and tow rigs, the possibility exists for matching airplanes and automobiles. For example, a partnership between Himalaya and Kodiak bundles a Himalaya Land Rover Defender
Monica GondermanDec 25, 2020
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High-Quality American-Made Fixed Blade and Folding Pocket Knives From Gerber Reserve
Gerber is a huge company that makes a vast array of bladed tools and ships them all over the world. Many of its products are made in the USA, but some are manufactured in China and other countries. We recently did a story highlighting the pros and cons of eight new Gerber Overland and Camping
Christian HazelDec 25, 2020

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