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2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee

If you're tired of the current trend of crossover SUVs and yearn for something a bit classier, the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee ($TBA) is the vehicle for you. Aggressive styling and a scalloped design pairs with a flex-fuel "Phoenix" V6 with variable valve timing and 280 horses, a 33% bump over the previous model (a 5.7-liter HEMI V8 is also available). For the purists among you, rest easy: the GC is still suitable for off-roading. With a stiffened structure and a new powertrain, you'll be able to pick up the kids from school and go mudding on the way home.

  • Ford F-150 SVT Raptor

    If Ford's standard-issue F-150 just isn't manly enough for you, take a gander at the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor ($TBA). This high-performance off-road terror packs a 5.4L Triton V8 making 320 hp, a completely redesigned front suspension with shocks from Fox Racing, a unique grill, a body that's seven inches wider than a stock F-150, BFGoodrich All-Terrain TA/KO 315/70-17 tires, optional graphics, and more.

  • Knight XV

    Get a load of the Knight XV ($295,000). Inspired by the Gurkha military vehicle, this handcrafted, fully armored luxury SUV is decked out inside and out. Powered by a Bio-fuel V10 (good for 400 hp and 498-ft lbs of torque), the XV features Wilton Wool carpeting, Andrew Muirhead leather, 6-way seating, tandem sunroof glass with privacy shades, side-mounted laptop stations, LED cabin lighting, an Alpine DVD navigation and Bluetooth setup, TVs, night vision and rear op camera system, and a PlayStation 3. Only 100 of the vehicles will initially be available, with each taking 1,500 hours to hand-build.