Andrew Ganz - Autoblog Contributor
Driving a Ram 2500 Power Wagon on a dirt road is like bringing a Bazooka to a knife fight. It's a massive truck that's as compromised as it is capable.
The current Jeep Wrangler is a dead off-roader walking. We examine its enduring appeal and the mountain the iconic 4x4's replacement has to climb.
Join us as we trek through America's heartland – pickup country – to make the long, round-trip journey from Denver to Mount Rushmore in South Dakota without stopping to fill the tank in a full-size Ram pickup.
Did you know that Volvo used to build cars in Canada, or that it invented the rear-facing child seat?
Who you gonna call? The Ghostbusters are back, and they've traded in their iconic '59 Cadillac for a boxy 1982 hearse.
The Chevy Camaro 50th Anniversary Edition is a remarkably classy affair for a car that has had its fair share of ups and downs.
Toyota will gladly build you what's probably the most hardcore factory-built 4x4... as long as you live near some of the most punishing conditions in the world.
A Jeep-badged pickup is surely inevitable; the only question is when. Take a trip down memory lane and see what could inspire a new Jeep truck.