Denver, Colorado-based Grant Davis covers automotive, travel, tech, money, endurance sports, and fitness topics for Outside and Entrepreneur. He also authors the annual Bicycle Calendar (McMeel).
Whether you spend most of your drive time navigating urban streets or powering through rugged dirt, 2017's standout rides are all-access passes to wild adventure.
For decades, hydrogen has been considered the next big fuel source for vehicles. It’s taking time to gain traction, but hydrogen might very well be the future.
If you pulled into a Whole Foods parking lot anywhere in Colorado you would think the Subaru Outback was the state’s most popular car. But you’re wrong: the Ford F-150 is actually king.
We get a raw deal in the United States when it comes to the Land Cruiser because Toyota offers only the ultrapremium version packed with expensive gadgets we don't need.
For 13 years, Nissan pumped out an Armada based on the original Titan pickup truck platform. As a vehicle, it registered a "meh." Today, the new Armada is based on the Nissan Patrol, a worthy...
The diesel version of Chevy’s best-selling Colorado mid-size pickup truck, outfitted with Chevy’s Z71 off-road package, gets you the best of nearly all worlds: stellar fuel economy for a relatively...
If you like to play outside you should probably drive a car with 4WD or AWD. But here’s the question: how do you choose?
Most of us know Toyota Tacomas are built to take abuse but still last (nearly) forever. But what other adventuremobiles are also regularly going the distance?
This bike will make any rider look better and feel more confident in almost any condition. Bonus: It costs thousands less than the competition, and Honda service is usually less expensive as well.
There’s been a lot of news about fuel-efficient cars lately. Last month Tesla announced the Model 3 then promptly booked more than 325,000 pre-orders. Meanwhile, Volkswagen continues to mop up after...
We recently drove the Range Rover Evoque Convertible in the French Alps. Are we going to buy one? No. But we can see why other people would.
As a kid, Sean Gorman lusted after the 1961 Land Rover that was parked next to his grandparent’s house in the mountains above Boulder, Colorado. In fact, when he was 16 he told the owner he’d buy the...
This eco-friendly SUV barreled through a winter storm just as well as our trusty Outback
Spring break is almost here, which means it’s time to leave the office and get on the road. Whether you’re headed for the mountains, the beach, or an off-the-grid getaway, here are three vehicles...
A redesigned suspension makes this year's model a lot of fun to drive
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