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68Report: Paris takes first step to ban SUVs

Does a Sport Utility Vehicle belong in the city? Environmental officials in Paris certainly don't think so and they've taken the first steps toward an outright ban of the SUV. While not strictly aimed at SUV owners, the Parisian officials are looking to implement restrictions on gas-guzzling vehicles.

5Spy Shots: Mercedes-Benz ML AMG snapped with less disguise

Spy Shots: Mercedes-Benz ML AMG – Click above for high-res image gallery

110Report: GM SUVs to continue with full frame, Granite still on the table

The Sport Utility Vehicle is dead. Long live the Sport Utility Vehicle.

27New York Preview: 2010 Land Rover Range Rover is awash in new power and tech

2010 Land Rover Range Rover- Click above for a high-res gallery

18Jeep announces a diesel Grand Cherokee

Take a quick look around the light-truck market, and it's clear that diesels are the hottest thing on dealer lots right now - but oddly enough, it's not currently possible to get an oil-burner in a full-size SUV. Jeep has apparently identified this massive hole in the market and will announce later today that a diesel Grand Cherokee will be available for the 2007 model year.

14Hummer H8: A parody

The Hummer H8 website (NSFW due to profanity) is a parody* of all those 'manly-man' characteristics attributed to the brand's customer base like physical bravado, sexual prowess and the ability to eliminate the ozone layer in one fell swoop. It's also the perfect vehicle for the woman who can drive an entire soccer team to practice while applying make up, chatting on her cell and stradling two lanes on the highway.

26Spy Shots: Hyundai "Terracan"

This large unibody SUV from Hyundai could be a replacement for the  Terracan sold elsewhere around the world or it could be a new CUV developed specifically with the North American market in mind. The Car Connection seems to believe the latter, and who are we to argue? Known internally as the “EN”, this Ford Explorer-sized utility vehicle would occupy the territory above the Sante Fe in Hyundai’s line-up. The two vehicles would share the same platform, except the EN would

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