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Peter Corn

Late '60s Jeep Gladiator (J-series)
Trucks & SUVs

Jeep Got the 2020 Gladiator Wrong

Jeep has always been Jeep. What I mean by that is, there are approximately 467 versions of every model. Maybe that is a touch exaggerated, but the point stands. The original Jeep Gladiator had nothing really to do with the version of the CJ (pre-Wrangler) with the truck bed. While there was something very similar …

Steve Powell rides his Honda XR 650L in Big Bear
2 Wheels

The Top 3 Best Deals On Dual-Sport Bikes

COVID times have brought back a love for off-road recreation vehicles like we haven’t seen since the ‘80s. Dirt bikes, ATVs, and SXSs have seen record sales in 2020. Along with the increased sales of off-road vehicles, the smaller and mid-sized adventure and dual-sport bikes have seen a huge spike in popularity mounting over the …

Bikes and Beards compare older Honda 250R to the brand-new Hawk 250 DLX from Amazon
2 Wheels

Can a $2,000 Dirt Bike From Amazon Be Any Good?

Amazon has changed every industry. They sell things so cheaply that they often won’t make money or even lose money just to dominate the market and crush competitors. This might work for blenders or printer paper or other such passionless products, but can Amazon step up to dirt-bike royalty like Honda with the Hawk 250 …

GMC HUMMER EV brings bold design and remarkable capability to the electrified vehicle space.
Trucks & SUVs

What Does the New Hummer Have to Do With Fortnite?

As automotive technology grows in demand, the automakers have had to turn to more traditional tech industries such as programmers and now even video games. The new GMC Hummer EV has steered into this sector full force by building the Hummer’s infotainment system around the Unreal Engine that brought us gaming massive titles like “Rocket …

A burnt BMW emblem of a vehicle that fell down in a fire is lying in a parking lot of a supermarket
Tips, Tricks & Trends

BMW Korea Raided For Car Fire Cover-Up

BMW Korea is under fire (pun intended) again for sketchy sales practices. Prosecutors allege the automaker covered up issues leading to cars catching fire. BMW Korea’s various locations were raided by the authorities as well as an internet server.  Fire on the mountain Carcomplaints reports that BMW Korea sold $56 million of defected cars, according …