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2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 and Its V-8 Engine Costs Maserati Money

You just knew the 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 was going to be skin-tinglingly expensive. When it’s fairly easy to load up a normal Wrangler with one of its gas four- or six-cylinder engines—not to mention its pricey diesel V-6 option—past the $60,000 mark, there was no way the long-awaited V-8-powered Wrangler wouldn’t have at […]

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2022 Land Rover Defender V-8 First Look: Supercharged Screamer

Now we’re talking! For the 2022 model year, Land Rover is cramming its familiar supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 under the Defender’s shapely aluminum skin, giving the 2021 MotorTrend SUV of the Year some serious hustle. If you hate fun (or gas stations), then you’ll be pleased to know the rest of the Defender lineup grabs some updates for 2022 […]

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Snake on a Truck? The Ford Shelby F-250 Super Baja Is Loud and Proud

Shelby American is the outfit started by Carroll Shelby that produces continuation Cobra cars. It also massages some Ford products with enhancements and a healthy dose of Shelby regalia. The latest offering is the Ford Shelby F-250 Super Baja, a Super Duty quad cab rocking the company’s 6.7-liter “Power Stroke” turbodiesel engine, but then given […]

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2021 Mazda 6 Carbon Edition First Test: Fun, But Getting Old

There’s a question you must ask yourself before you consider the Mazda 6: What are you willing to give up for a sporty drive? We’ll help you answer. Compared to other midsize sedans, you’ll sacrifice some comfort, efficiency, and technology. We’ll also be a teasing voice in the back of your head. Forget that sensible […]

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Driving the EMC Wolf G-Wagen Restomod: As Cool as It Is Slow

The Wikipedia entry on the first-generation Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen says the truck needed 27 seconds to hit 62 mph. In my case, foot flat on the floor, hustling the long shifter as quick as I could, I stopped counting after 15, because who cares at that point? This is a vehicle with a supposed top speed […]

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