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Japan vs USA: Nissan Z & Toyota Supra or Ford Mustang & Chevy Camaro?

Looking for a two-door performance car under $60,000? The choices have never been better.

Nitto Recon Grappler 1,000 Mile Review: OEM+ All Terrain Tires for the Ford F-250 Tremor

Nitto's Recon Grappler All-Terrain Tire proves to be a good match for Ford's Off-Road Capable F-250 Tremor.

The Supra Returned—Why not a BMW-Built Skyline GT-R? A Genuine Argument for Nissan & BMW to Team Up

Turbocharged inline-six, muscular styling, optional AWD. Could this be the next JDM revival?

The Future We Want? Dodge's EV Plans are Interesting—Are They Abandoning Their Internal Combustion V8 Engine Loving Customers?

Are Scat Pack and Hellcat lovers going to line up for "electric muscle cars"? We aren't so sure.

Larger-Than-Life in Las Vegas: RTech Fabrications ’72 K50 Blazer Shifts Our Reality

Take a wild ride in the custom '72 K50 Blazer and get the inside scoop on designing big from RTech Fabrications' mastermind, Randall Robertson.

How Much Your Gas Guzzler is Really Costing You (and Why You Should Keep It)

We breakdown the numbers and to find out if selling your fun car for a more efficient one will actually save you money.

The Mod Every 3.0L Duramax Needs: Edge Products’ Pulsar LT

GM’s 3.0L Duramax is capable, powerful and fuel efficient, but like every other vehicle there is always room for improvement…

How To Get Maximum MPG Out Of Your Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV)

With $4/gallon gasoline here to stay, it’s time to squeeze every last drop of mileage out of your crossover or compact SUV.

Long-Term Ridge Grappler Review: 3 Years Later

How have Nitto’s hybrid terrain tires held up after more than 10,000-miles on our all-purpose F-350?

Initial Impressions: Nitto Recon Grappler A/T tires on a '21 RAM 2500

RAM's 2500 Diesel heavy-duty levels up with a set of Nitto's Recon Grappler all-terrain tire.

Track-And-Field Tested: Nitto Terra Grappler G2 40,000-Mile Tire Review

Towing, commuting, drag racing, snow-busting, you name it—the secret weapon aboard Ken Phillips’ 600hp Cummins is its tires.

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