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2007 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

2007 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

This Uncrate staffer has been missing his old Jeep (a yellow '98 Wrangler) a lot lately. So this couldn’t have had a more cheerful effect: the all-new 2007 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon ($TBD) that debuted at the North American International Auto Show. It features a ton of stuff — iPod integration, increased ground clearance, larger wheels and tires, enhanced Dana front and rear solid axles, a new three-piece modular hardtop and Sunrider soft top, a new 3.8-liter V-6 engine with 205 horsepower and 240 lb.-ft. of torque, better safety systems, power windows and door locks, a full-screen navigation system, a 368-watt Alpine stereo, and SIRIUS Satellite Radio. Whew — you just know this thing is gonna kick all kinds of ass.

  • 2006 Honda Element

    Although the Element has been around for a while, Honda just wised up this year and decided to actually paint the entire vehicle (yeah, what a concept). The new EX-P Models (starting at $20,125) are the first Elements to come with painted body panels and body-colored door handles, something potential buyers have been complaining about since the SUV debuted. Like previous Elements, the new models have tons of cargo room, a versatile interior, available 4 wheel drive, and an ample 156-hp i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine. The Element is perfect for any weekend trek, and can haul just about anything you'll ever buy at the mall.

  • Dodge Ram SRT-10

    Trucks have always been known for their utility, but only recently have we seen a push for performance in these beasts — and when it comes to performance, this truck is the tops. The Dodge Ram SRT-10 (starting at $47,000) boasts an engine stolen from a Dodge family member — specifically the 8.3 liter V-10 from the Viper that produces 500 horsepower and propels the SRT-10 from 0-60 in just a hair over 5 seconds. Other niceties include 22-inch wheels, a six-speed manual transmission with Hurst shifter, and an aluminum cover with a fixed spoiler. Haul people, haul cargo, or just haul ass.