MINI Countryman

As the company's first vehicle with four doors, you'd expect the MINI Countryman ($TBA) to be a little different from its stablemates, and indeed it is. The Countryman is more crossover than go-kart, with an optional ALL4 all-wheel drive system, an elevated seating position, more ground clearance, and an innovative customizable Center Rail that lets you use the space in between the seats however you see fit, but still retains the classic MINI exterior styling, rounded gauges, and, perhaps most importantly, performance.

  • AEV Brute Jeep Pickup

    Turn your Jeep into something even more useful with the AEV Brute Jeep Pickup ($9,000). Made for TJ Wranglers, this complete conversion kit turns any average Jeep into a manly truck in just 60 hours. Winner of the Daimler/Chrysler Design Excellence Award, the kit includes mid- and rear-frame extensions, a hardtop with dual integrated skylights, a cab closeout, a complete bed assembly with tailgate, and more. [Thanks, Stu]

  • 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.

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