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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.

  • SportChassis P4XL

    Standard super-duty pickups simply not enough for you? Take a gander at the SportChassis P4XL ($TBA). With a gargantuan 174-inch wheelbase and 100-inch width, the P4XL is arguably the biggest pickup you can buy, and backs it up with heavy-duty features like an 8.3L Cummins diesel with 330 hp and 1,000 ft/lb of torque, shift-on-the-fly technology, a 17,500 lb. rear air suspension and 10,000 lb. front axle, a passive noise reduction system with Dynamat to keep the interior quiet, an optional adjustable-height hitch, a Pioneer AVIC-Z3 central touchscreen controller for audio, GPS, and telephony, and the assurance of knowing that should you be in an accident, your ride will likely drive straight over the car in front of you. [Thanks, Daniel]

  • 2011 Dodge Durango Heat

    It might not have the most smoking looks, but the 2011 Dodge Durango Heat ($30,300) packs a surprising amount of... power. The five-passenger, full-size SUV features a Pentastar V-6 producing 296 horsepower and good for 23 miles per gallon fuel economy, an aggressively-tuned suspension for hugging the curves, available all-wheel-drive, a color-matched grille, 20-inch wheels, a dual exhaust, and whopping 50 cubic feet of storage behind the second row of seats — more than enough room to practice making the progeny it will take to fill it.