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2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon review: Australian launch

Is Jeep's new 4x4 ute the new gold standard in high-end off-roaders? We head deep into the bush to find out.

Designing an icon

Mark Allen has a lot of weight on his shoulders. As the design boss of Jeep, the American holds the heritage of the brand and everything it represents at the tip of his Copic markers. Jeep enthusiasts are a loyal bunch, revering the brand not only for its storied history, but for the ideals of freedom and adventure Jeep exudes with its range of SUVs and off-roaders...

Five cool cars in Breaking Bad

Get your car-nerd on while watching some binge-worthy TV.

2020 Jeep Gladiator review

The Jeep Gladiator will arrive into Australia with all the fanfare you'd expect, given we've wanted a Wrangler-based ute for a long time.

2019 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon diesel review

To diesel, or not to diesel? That is the question for prospective Wrangler Rubicon buyers.

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited review

Is Jeep's ageing Grand Cherokee still an enticing proposition for 2019? Sam Purcell finds out...

4x4 Driving Tips: Rock climbing

Who said you need to be going fast to get the heart pumping? Welcome to the world of rock crawling.

Jeep Wrangler: You don’t mess with imperfection

I never really liked the previous Jeep Wrangler. I liked what it represented, but the final execution left a little too much to be desired. That doesn’t suggest the old Wrangler was a bad thing. Used as intended, the previous generation JK Wrangler was, and still is, rather brilliant – at one specific thing...

2019 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon off-road review

How hard can you really push a Rubicon off-road? Strap on your rock sliders, ’cos we're going to find out.

2019 Jeep Wrangler Overland review

Does Jeep's all-new short-wheelbase Wrangler keep the tradition alive, while still appealing to the modern buyer?

Highest to lowest: Driving from Mount Kosciuszko to Lake Eyre

Sponsored by Jeep Australia is the oldest, flattest and lowest landmass on Earth. While it did have huge mountain ranges once upon a time, millions of years of rainfall, frost and erosion have flattened it out into the incredibly ancient and unique landscape we have today. While they don’t rival others in the world, we do still have mountain ranges...