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2012 Infiniti FX

It's not all-new, but it does look new, and that's enough to make the 2012 Infiniti FX ($43,450 and up) an upgrade worth looking at. Beyond its redesigned front end, the high-end crossover also sports a new 20-inch wheel design and an update instrument cluster, while keeping the same 390hp V8 and 303hp V6 power plants, seven-speed automatic transmission, and optional Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, Bose Premium Audio system, Intelligent Cruise Control, and advanced safety features as before.

  • Hauk Jeep River Raider

    Just in case the rainfall of Spring 2011 becomes the norm instead of the exception, it might be a good idea to have a Hauk Jeep River Raider ($TBA) hanging around. Based on Jeep's legendary Wrangler, the River Raider is powered by a HEMI engine ranging from 405 to 636 hp, and features a full roll cage, four-point safety harnesses, Bullet proof Dana 60 axles with dual piston calipers, LED head- and taillights, a Baja light bar, an aluminum undercarriage armor system, custom made Raceline bead lock wheels with 40-inch Toyo Open Country MT tires, a fold-down tailgate, a custom half-cab tight top, and the River Raider engine Snorkel system, which will allow you to cross those new streams which were formerly roads. [Thanks, Jon]

  • Jeep Wrangler Mojave

    If you're going to name an off-road vehicle after a place, the Mojave desert isn't a bad choice. Continuing the line of special editions that includes the Islander, Mountain, and Call of Duty: Black Ops Edition, the Jeep Wrangler Mojave ($29,000) lives up to its namesake with a desert-themed exterior and interior design that includes "Mojave" and lizard decals on the outside, lizard logos embossed on the front seats, body-color hardtops and fender flares, and driftwood elements in the all-new interior. Other features include the Sahara model's side steps, mineral gray 17-inch wheels with 32-inch tires, dark saddle leather seating, and your choice of tan, white, or black paint jobs.