Best cars for mountain driving 2017

Jeep Wrangler



Laugh in the face of winter’s fury with the Wrangler Winter. With off-roading features like premium off-road rock rails and a cockpit designed to keep you warm and in control, you’ll be laying tracks down in no time flat.

The Wrangler is one powerful freedom machine. Its Trail Rated® status, 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine, Command-Trac® and Rock-Trac® 4×4 Systems are just a few of the reasons why Wrangler capability is a force to be reckoned with.

Adventure freely, safely and securely with available Wrangler off-road features like Hill Start Assist, Hill Descent Control and the Tire Pressure Monitoring Display System. 

Mercedes Benz G-Class


Created to conquer challenges on six continents, the 38-year evolution of the G-Class keeps elevating the pinnacle of refinement. From its advanced lighting to its classic upright shape, its purposeful elegance is both unmistakable and irrefutable. Every surface of the G-Class reflects its confident capability on any surface of the earth.

Suzuki Jimny


Far off the beaten track. Close to home. Everywhere in between. The Suzuki Jimny is built for adventure. Nothing’s standing in your way. Tough, all-terrain, all-weather performance invites you to go everywhere. Small body with true SUV look grab attention on the streets encourage you to drive it every day. Go on. Explore.

With the Jimny, its proportion based on a short body with wide treads is combined with big bumpers and big side splash guards for a look of stability and untamed toughness. Plus, simple body contours convey a sense of solidity. A boxy overall shape gives the Jimny a look of serious functionality, but round multireflector headlamps and a vertical-slit grille mean that it also has a distinctive cuteness.

Ram Power Wagon 2017


The 2017 Ram Power Wagon definitely falls into that latter category, and that’s on looks alone.

Borrowing its look from the also-very-macho Ram 1500 Rebel, the Power Wagon rests atop Ram’s lineup as one of its largest and most capable pickups. The Power Wagon is based on the Ram 2500 Heavy Duty 4×4 Crew Cab, but it packs several unique upgrades specifically for off-roading, like a suspension with a 2-inch lift and a 12,000-pound winch.

Subaru Forester


Most changes to update the Subaru Forester crossover for the 2017 model year are par for the mid-cycle–refresh course, including slightly revised front and rear fascias, a few interior upgrades, and some new active-safety equipment. But Subaru being Subaru, the Forester also sees one upgrade that you won’t find on a Toyota RAV4 or a Honda CR-V: the addition of brake-based torque vectoring.

Toyota Land Cruiser


The 2017 Toyota Land Cruiser has a loyalty unmatched by any other SUV. The product of over 60 years of global adventure, it’s a sophisticated blend of off-road prowess, on-road comfort and unparalleled refinement. It also offers seating for up to eight passengers. After all, adventures are best shared.

Toyota 4Runner


4Runner’s proven body-on-frame construction has helped it conquer the off-road for over 30 years and counting.

Easily access your gear with 4Runner’s utility features, such as an available sliding rear cargo deck and power rear glass.

Keeping you connected is a 6.1-in. touch-screen display. With available heated and ventilated front seats, you’re always comfortable

Land Rover Discovery


The all-new Discovery First Edition features three rows of leather seats with Intelligent Seat Fold allowing you to configure the second and third row seating using switches located in the cargo area , the main touchscreen or when you’re outside, via an app on your smartphone.

Terrain Response 2 is designed to monitor driving conditions and to automatically select the correct driving mode to optimize the vehicle’s engine and other settings to match the demands of the terrain.




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