Tag Archives: Jeep

The latest NZ Motoring Podcast is here!

The latest NZ Motoring Podcast is here!
Episode 6 of the NZ Motoring Podcast is available now! In it Damien heads to California to drive the Jeep Renegade, while David heads to Spain to drive the Volvo XC90. We get excited about the fact that Australia’s Shitbox Rally is coming to New Zealand and our special guests Ed Finn and Lance Roskilly of BMW discuss the electrifying (sorry) new BMW i3 and i8. As usual, you can listen to the podcast here (over to the right there!), subscribe on iTunes, check it out on Soundcloud or head ...

Moab Madness!

Moab Madness!
Every year before the its annual Safari event at Moab, Utah, Jeep unveils a bunch of drivable concepts to highlight its range of Jeep Performance Parts from Mopar. They are always drivable (Oversteer has even driven some!) and they are always awesome. While at least half of the concepts each year are more ...

FIRST DRIVE: Jeep Renegade

FIRST DRIVE: Jeep Renegade
Tiny A-segment SUVs are the thing every manufacturer wants to have right now, with the explosion in interest in SUV generally, but the smaller end in particular. So it makes sense that the most SUV-ish car maker on the planet would want to get in on that action. We head over to ...

90 Second Test – Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk

Welcome to the first ever OVERSTEER/NZ Motoring Podcast 90 Second Test! The 90 Second Tests will feature some of the cars Damien and David talk about on the NZ Motoring Podcast, but with exciting and pretty moving pictures known as “video” for you to enjoy as well. We will be doing one or two from each podcast, as well as the occasional bonus test not featured in the podcast, just as a special treat between episodes! The first 90 Second Test comes from the first NZ Motoring ...

QUICK DRIVE: Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Overland

QUICK DRIVE: Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Overland
The Jeep Wrangler is no stranger here at OVERSTEER, in fact we would go as far as to say it is one of our all-time favourites, despite (or, indeed, perhaps even because of) its glaring – and, quite frankly, blatant – shortcomings as a road-going vehicle. Off-road, however, it is utterly unbeatable, and this, along with its sheer charm and belligerent presence, make it downright loveable. The Overland is basically an up-spec, “luxury” model of the Wrangler Unlimited, adding ...