After Kirsten Alana’s and my winter adventure with the Land Rover Driving Experience at the Equinox Resort in Vermont, we continued our journey south. We took a 2014 3.0L V6 Range Rover and drove two-and-a-half hours to Orvis Sandanona Shooting Grounds in Millbrook, New York. We’ve heard a lot about the intense Land Rover Experience […]
A fully redesigned and re-imagined looking 2015 GMC Yukon still has the underpinnings of a powerful, full-size SUV. Once the go to SUV of choice for large families, the new Yukon aims bring them back with new near-luxury interior materials and a sleek design. Can it recapture its glory years?
In honor of the original 1,200 mile Great Divide Expedition that traveled up and over the Continental Divide, and was mostly driven on unpaved roads and 4×4 trails, Land Rover has recreated one of the special 1990 Range Rovers that was prepped for the Great Divide Expedition and never sold to the public. The historic […]
New 2015 Ford Edge Crossover – Quieter, Smoother Ride, New Engines Looking to expand its footprint in the crossover segment, Ford has unveiled a new Edge complete with a new look, standard EcoBoost engine and filled with the latest technology features. This all-new, second-generation Edge looks like a strong competitor. As the Edge was unveiled […]
If the BMW X3 – a popular compact SUV that compares very favorably with any other luxurious compact SUV – were a men’s shoe, it would be an Allen Edmonds dress shoe. Distinctive, refined, and classically styled. The X3 is everything you expect from a compact luxury SUV, but it comes in a package that could […]
Photo credit: Lucas Gilman In 1989 Range Rover had only officially been in the North American market for a couple of years and it’s reputation hadn’t been established here the way it had been in Australia and Europe. So for the launch of that year’s model, with its upgraded, 3.9-liter V8, Land Rover North America […]
The Chevy Suburban has been around for quite a while. So long, in fact, that it now has the distinction of being the longest continuous use automotive nameplate in the world. The Suburban was also the first truck-based SUV, and continues to be one of GM’s most profitable models.