After 30 years of production, the Mercedes-Benz Geländewagen (or G-Class for short) is a timeless classic.
The handsomely redesigned GX 460 is one of the rare SUVs with actual off-road competence to back up its off-road looks.
The LX 570 takes the term “luxury off-roading” to a whole new level.
When Lexus engineers set out to develop the 2010 Lexus RX 450h, energy efficiency was a top priority.
The LR4 is the new baby Rover.
The 2010 Range Rover Sport is based on the LR4 platform and this supercharged model was designed for sport-and-touring drivers rather than country squires and rain-forest explorers.
The Autobiography trim is also available on the non-supercharged version of the Land Rover Range Rover for those looking for comfort and utility over performance.
Infiniti’s QX56—the luxurious twin of Nissan’s Armada—has aged quite well since its 2004 introduction. So well, in fact, that it is receiving its first full redesign for the 2011 model year.
Among business-class conveyances, the old-fashioned van is hardly the stuff of CEO daydreams. It is more likely to evoke queasy experiences in airport parking shuttles and sightseeing tour buses.
The midsize luxury SUV that put the “sport” into the SUV equation, is now kicking it up a notch. The big news for the BMW X5 is the addition of a single letter: M.
Because of its appetite for fuel and its relatively ample form, the Cadillac Escalade became a finely appointed moving target for those concerned about the environmental and political costs of bur
As a full hybrid, the ActiveHybrid X6 is able to drive solely on battery power up to 30 mph.
Splice together the swept roofline of a grand-touring coupe and the brawny physique of a four-door SUV, and—voilà —you have the BMW X6, a vehicular mongrel with purebred pedigree.
A lower stance, more aggressive fascia, and retuned exhaust system set the X6 M apart from the base model; just in case its 4.5-second sprint to 60 mph is not enough.
The V-8 engine has always been a good fit for BMW’s larger cars and the X6 is certainly no exception.
Whether it’s your family, your speedboat, or both, the diesel-powered X5 is the perfect transport vehicle.
The BMW X5 M is a very special car. It reaches 60 mph as fast as the much smaller M3, but it also has room your family and their luggage for a weeklong road trip.
It may be related to the Volkswagen Touareg, but Audi’s stylish Q7 takes a decidedly more urbane, on-road approach to the premium sport-utility-vehicle role.
If sales numbers are anything to go by, it is impossible to ignore the popularity of the compact SUV.
Meriting special mention is the forthcoming Q7 3.0 TDI, which has evaded U.S. showrooms since its launch last year.
Designed behind the locked doors of Acura’s California design facility, the ZDX—an oxymoronically labeled four-door sports coupe that debuted as a crossover prototype last April—is now a full prod
The MDX is one of Acura’s top sellers in the U.S., and its 3.7-liter VTEC V-6 is the proverbial iron hand in a velvet glove, balancing an urgent 300 hp with ineffable composure all the way to its
When BMW unveiled the 2010 BMW X6 M and X5 M models at last year’s New York International Auto Show, the carmaker surprised automotive enthusiasts and Bimmer fans—and put the Porsche Cayenne Turbo
The Cayenne has been a source of significant consternation for Porsche purists since its debut in 2002.
When Land Rover’s handsome Range Rover Sport bowed for the 2006 model year, it raised eyebrows among aficionados of the venerable British marque.
Were off-roading enthusiasts to create a Hall of Fame for rugged vehicles, they would surely make the World War II Jeep a first-round inductee. This abiding symbol of U.S.