Automakers are increasingly building more SUVs and trucks that are specifically designed for off-road driving. With special enhancements to improve traction, ground clearance and even visibility, these vehicles can climb over rocks or blast over sand dunes that would leave regular trucks or SUVs stuck, stranded or possibly broken.
Edmunds experts report on five ultra-capable off-roaders that are either already on dealer lots or worth waiting for in the coming months.
2022 FORD BRONCO
After a long hiatus, the Bronco is back. This new Bronco stylistically pays homage to the 1960s original and adds more capability and technology. A direct rival to Jeep’s Wrangler, the new Bronco has rugged body-on-frame construction and standard…