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The 1973-1991 Chevrolet K5 Blazer Was GM's Last Old School 4X4 SUV

The 'squarebody' version of the SUV went on to define the next two decades of the brand's rugged, off-road friendly people mover.

Turbo Trans Am: How this Buick V6-Powered Pontiac Smoked the Corvette Back in 1989

This is the result when Pontiac and Buick team up for a limited production, high performance Indy pace car.

Secrets of the 1997-2004 C5 Chevrolet Corvette Chassis Revealed: Why It Works So Well And What You Can Improve

The redesigned Corvette was a complete reinvention of Chevrolet's icon.

The OJ Effect? How the '80s & '90s Ford Bronco Became One the Hottest Collector SUVs

The '60s Broncos and the the brand new version may get all the attention, but the '80s & '90s models are also in huge demand.

The 1982-1992 Ford Ranger Helped Revolutionize Compact Pickup Trucks

The first-generation Ford Ranger established the template for the brand's compact pickup efforts for the next 30 years.

Global Pickup: The Next Gen Ford Ranger has Arrived, When Will it Come to America?

The next gen model features both EcoBoost and Diesel power. How long do we have to wait?

Recon Grappler Intel: Five Under-the-Radar Modern SUV Off-Road Project Ideas

They might not be the well know models, but these SUVs are begging for a set of all-terrains and other goodies.

Electric? Gas? Or a Bit of Both? How I Chose a 300HP Crossover For My New Family Car

Mazda CX-5, Ford Bronco Sport, Mustang Mach-E or Toyota RAV4 Prime? We Consider the Options.

Say "No" to Dealer Markup: Some Tips for Scoring a New Vehicle in Today's Low-Supply Market

Need a new car soon? It's not all doom and gloom. Use these tips to find a deal at MSRP or better.

History Of The Buick Riviera, Part 2: Turbocharging, Touchscreens, And Supercharging Lead The Way To The Future

Buick took the late-life Riviera down a path that focused on the latest in advanced features and equipment.

History Of The Buick Riviera, Part 1: The Muscle Car Innovator That Defined GM Personal Luxury

The Riviera became a design icon and the standard-bearer of Buick's personal luxury offerings right up until the segment disappeared in the mid-'90s.

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