Nissan Australia has announced it will pull the Micra, Pulsar hatchback from the Australian market, while it has put the ageing but effective Y61 Patrol into run-out.
The 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk has been revealed at the New York Motor Show boasting a removable lower front fascia for improved approach angles off-road.
Chevrolet Thailand revealed the Australian designed and built Chevrolet Xtreme and Trailblazer Premier at the Bangkok Motor Show yesterday.
Images of the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk have leaked onto the internet ahead of the vehicle’s reveal at the New York Motor Show next week.
Toyota Racing Development (TRD) has tweaked the Toyota Fortuner with a series of suspension, brake and styling tweaks.
The refreshed 2016 Mahindra Genio ute has arrived in Australia with unchanged pricing from it predecessor, starting at $19,990 drive-away, and is available in both 4×4 and 4×4 variants.
Did you know suspension lifts or lowering your suspension was probably illegal? That’s now changed, thanks to the AAAA.
Every motor show shows the way forward for tomorrow’s cars. So what did Tokyo reveal about tomorrow’s off-roaders?
The all-new 2017 Land Rover Discovery has been spied testing and despite the heavy camouflage looks to have clearly adopted styling cues from the Discovery Sport.
Ford has revealed seven modified F-150s for the annual SEMA show in November, with trucks tweaked by MRT, Roush, Leer, CGS Performance and others.
US Jeep specialist Omix-ADA has partnered with SEMA Cares to raise money for charity at next month’s SEMA show with its custom Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited.
The last few years have been big for 4×4 utes, and the rate of development shows no signs of slowing. What’s here now, and what’s on the way?
Set to debut at the Tokyo Motor Show at the end of this month, the Mitsubishi eX Concept SUV offers a glimpse at the brand’s next-generation EV system and sundry other clever tech.
To celebrate the launch of the NISMO brand in the Middle East, the Nissan performance house has released a 319kW 2015 Patrol NISMO…
There’s a new range of cars in Australia. Welcome, HAVAL SUVs from China. It launches here with its 2015 HAVAL H2, H8, and H9.