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Bentley Takes the Bentayga “Off-Road” – VIDEO

When an automaker claims an SUV is good off-road, we take it with a grain of salt so when Bentley showed a video of the Bentayga getting dirty, we got curious.

Six Tips for First-Time Towing

You've just bought your first camper, horse trailer, boat or cargo hauler, and now you have to tow it from the place you bought it to where you're going to store it.

Quad-Turbocharged Diesel Inline-Six in BMW 7-Series' Future

Slated for the next-generation 7-Series flagship sedan, BMW is developing a new quad-turbocharged diesel I-6 with more than 400 horsepower.

Ford Motor Company's Romeo Engine Plant Cleared of Thursday Bomb Threat

The Ford Romeo Engine Plant was evacuated for several hours yesterday due to a bomb threat reported in the morning, but it was cleared by the afternoon.

2015 Ralleye Aicha des Gazelles: Sprinting The Sahara

The toughest all-women's sporting event in the world.

5 Key Questions On 2015 Ford F-150 and IIHS Crash Test Ratings

While the news cycle is still working through the IIHS and 2015 Ford F-150 crash test story, we came up with 5 key questions.

IIHS Questions 2015 Ford F-150 Safety Ratings, Insurance and Repair Costs

The hubbub over an aluminum truck has exploded again and this time the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is drawing attention for highlighting key safety equipment differences between Ford truck cab configurations and repair costs.

2015 Ford F-150 Gets Mixed IIHS Crash-Test Results

Bringing a new pickup truck to market is serious business, especially when there are so many federally mandated safety requirements.

New F-150 Costs L-E-S-S to Repair

The last thing most people want to think about when they purchase a new vehicle is how much repairs will cost.

FCA Reduces List of Vehicles Eligible for Buyback

FCA is reducing the number of vehicles eligible for buyback as part of its recent recall mandate, as more vehicles than estimated have already been repaired.

BedTred Bedliner Review

Spray-in versus drop-in bedliners is an argument that has passionate supporters on either side. What almost every truck owner can agree on, however, is that over time any type of bedliner can start to look ragged and used-up – especially in hotter climates where it is exposed to constant UV light, or when a truck is used for heavy-duty hauling.

Ford F-150 SuperCab Receives Marginal Crash Test Score

In a retest of the Ford F-150 SuperCab, the IIHS gave the truck good scores on everything but its small impact crash test, where it received a marginal rating.

How To Drag Race Your Diesel!

With the popularity of diesel drag racing at an all-time high, we've created a list of tips and tricks for racers

Review: 2015 Toyota Highlander Limited Is Nearly Automotive Perfection

Last year when I got my hands on my first Toyota Highlander, I didn’t really know what to expect. I had seen it at various auto show events, but never taken the time to really check it out.

Review: 2015 Lexus GX460 Provides Luxurious, Off-Road Power

Playing second-fiddle to its more popular, crossover-utility RX sibling, the 2015 Lexus GX 460 may share space on the dealer lot, but it is worlds apart.

Is Hyundai One Small Step Away From a Pickup?

Hyundai Motor America looks like it will be the first "non-pickup" automaker to offer something new in the form of a pickup truck for the North American segment.

Jaguar Puts On a Winter Parka, Climate-Tests F-Pace in Sweden

To ensure the F-Pace crossover will perform in every climate, Jaguar is giving it a battery of tests at its facilities in Sweden and the United Arab Emirates.

Why Truck Owners Should Care About Fuel Cells

Toyota’s new Mirai isn’t terribly impressive at first glance. It’s pricey (about $70k), it will be difficult to refuel outside of Los Angeles or San Francisco, and it’s not very fast (a zero to 60 time of about 10 seconds).

Pro Modified '41 Willys Americar Runs 8s with Duramax Power

The most notable diesel drag racing vehicle to hit the scene in quite some time.

You've Got a Recalled Ram, Now What?

By Kelsey Mays, Part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's civil penalties on Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, which could amount to $105 million, involve several programs for owners of affected Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram vehicles.