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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...

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk review

Affordable luxury off-road-capable SUVs are hard to come by. Jeep aims the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk at buyers that want all of the features and all of the off-road ability. But, is it getting on a little too much? Paul Maric finds out.

The raddest Jeep you've probably never seen

1973 – what a time to be alive. Median house prices were around $35,000, you could buy a Holden Monaro HQ GTS for around $4000, roller-skates were all the rage, and Pink Floyd dominated the charts with Dark Side of the Moon. The world was a psychedelic place, man. And Jeep was right in the thick of it when it released one very special car in America...

2019 Jeep Wrangler review: Rubicon

The new 2019 Jeep Wrangler has finally landed in Australia, and first up we test the four-door Unlimited Rubicon model in petrol and diesel.

Driven: Jeep's monster 707-horsepower Five-Quarter Concept

We’re driving north out of Moab to an undisclosed location around 50km from town. The road is busy with Jeeps assembling at the various trailheads for a day of off-roading. Our own convoy of five cars soon peels off the main road and follows some nondescript dusty tracks out into the scrub. We round a couple of sharper and rougher bends...

On the ground at the 53rd Easter Jeep Safari

Red rock abounds in every direction. There are low and wide valleys, intersected by meandering creeks and peppered with stunted, gnarly shrubs. Mesas and pagodas pop up abruptly and erratically, making for a landscape I doubt you could find anywhere else on the planet. Some of these are huge, flat and incredibly square, thanks to the shaping force of erosion over millions of years...

2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon review

A new 4x4 ute that preaches from the old testament of off-road capability.