Reading Time: 5 minutes Although rear-wheel drive is standard, all trims are available with true four-wheel drive and a drivetrain tuned for off-roading.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Some cars will deliver more power to the forward wheels during acceleration, however most AWD cars deliver power primarily to one set of wheels at a time – either the front or rear wheels.
Reading Time: 3 minutes If crossovers aren’t your thing, the Escalade is still the SUV to get if you’re a CEO or rapper. Originally starting at $71,000, it has street presence and looks expensive, but depreciation is your friend here, and you can find great examples for half that.
Reading Time: 2 minutes If there ever were an off-roader disguised as an urban vehicle, the Jeep Compass would be it. The sleek smoked headlights, integrated with a slimmer and wider interpretation of the signature seven-slot grille, take center stage in terms of exterior design.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Jeep Cherokee has earned praise since the ’80s for its good looks, reliability, and off-road ruggedness. Take a closer look at the details of what MotorTrend calls “the anti-RAV4.”
Reading Time: 2 minutes For drivers who live in cold or snowy places, having a vehicle that can handle slick or icy roads is essential. If you’re planning on doing lots of winter driving and want extra space, you’ll need an SUV with four-wheel or all-wheel drive.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Take a look at three midsize trucks you may want to consider as you shop around for a used vehicle to suit your needs.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The right vehicle can make it easier to handle winter elements. Features, such as four-wheel drive, can also enhance safety for drivers amidst treacherous road conditions.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Whether it’s the 5,200-pound max towing capacity of the 2015 GMC Acadia, or the ability to ferry eight passengers in the 2016 Honda Pilot, these are the vehicles you’ll want to take on your camping trip.