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GMC Sierra All Terrain X

It's no Raptor, but the GMC Sierra All Terrain X certainly looks the part. Based on the already capable All Terrain, it has a 5.3L v8 pumping out 365 hp, giving it plenty of dirt-conquering power. The Z71 Off-Road Suspension package comes standard, bringing with it features like a transfer case shield and hill descent control, while the exterior has signature features like black-painted 18-inch wheels, a black chrome grille insert, black sport bar, black sport steps, and body-colored door handles and side moldings.

  • Land Rover Series III Adventuremobile

    Even after more than 30 years, the Land Rover Series III remains one of the best looking SUVs around. This Land Rover Series III Adventuremobile was fully restored to Defender TDI specs, with a 2500cc engine, 5-speed transmission, and BF Goodrich Mud MK2 tires that are ready to eat anything in their path. It also comes with a full set camping trailer complete with a ladder and tent to escape from the elements. One of the best options for your next weekend getaway, but unfortunately not able to be exported to the US.

  • 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Supercrew Truck

    Ford's Raptor is able to get you pretty much anywhere you want to go. Problem is, with a limited backseat, it's likely going to be just you — and maybe a single friend — making the trip. The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Supercrew Truck fixes this problem by giving your rear passengers full doors for entry and exits, far more legroom, and actual seats to sit in. The extra room comes from a wheelbase that's a foot longer than its Supercab cousin. Otherwise, it's the same super-capable offroader you already know, with signature features like a 3.5L EcoBoost engine that bests the prior model's 6.2L V8, a 10-speed transmission, LED lighting, 17-inch wheels, and a high-strength steel frame and a military-grade aluminum alloy body that makes it over 500 pounds lighter than its predecessor.