The 2017 Dakar Rally saw Peugeot Sport and BFGoodrich monopolize the podium at the two-week event’s finish in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Saturday, January 14. It was the ideal result, the brand’s 13th overall victory at Dakar, to mark the off-road tire brand’s return to the world’s most famous cross-country rally after a four-year absence.
SAN MARCOS, Calif. – Baja Designs OnX6 light bar systems from “The Scientists of Lighting” offer several levels of high-performance lighting, which establish new standards for off-road lighting.
January 12, 2017 , Auburn Hills, Mich. – FCA US is disappointed that the EPA has chosen to issue a notice of violation with respect to the emissions control technology employed in the company’s 2014-16 model year light duty 3.0-liter diesel engines.
FCA US intends to work with the incoming administration to present its case and resolve this matter fairly and equitably and to assure the EPA and FCA US customers that the company’s diesel-powered vehicles meet all applicable regulatory requirements.
While Ford finally confirmed the return of the Ford Ranger and Bronco at the North American International Auto Show earlier this week, the automaker remains stingy with details on the reborn models.
Simi Valley, CA – Tony Pellegrino of GenRight Off Road is primed and ready to conquer the 2017 Nitto King of the Hammers Powered By Optima, and this year GenRight will be welcoming Chris Rea to the team as Tony’s navigator. With just a few weeks away, the car is tested and works extremely well in the rocks and desert.
Jeep has announced a total $1-billion investment in plants in Michigan and Ohio, helping add 2,000 new American jobs.
GMC pulled the cover off of its all-new 2018 Terrain, which is packed with new safety features, refinement inside and out and three new turbocharged engines.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced a recall for aftermarket company Omix Ada. It also announced three recalls for Jeep models, though FCA reports there are no injuries or accidents associated with any of these campaigns. Read the specifics on each from NHTSA below.
Amid all the hand wringing and social media sobbing over the celebrities we’ve lost in 2016, no one thought to mention the Jeep Compass and Patriot — strong-selling, affordable yet archaic vehicles that were loathed by the automotive press.