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{ "@context": "", "@type": "Article", "main Entity Of Page": , "headline": "The 16 Best Cars for Adventure", "image": , "date Published": "2017-03-08", "date Modified": "2018-01-26", "author": , "publisher": , "description": "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", "article Body": "Sketchy Forest Roads (Courtesy Jaguar) Jaguar F-Pace The Test: After throttling Jaguar’s first-ever SUV across frozen lakes in Scan­dinavia and over 11,000-foot passes in the Colorado Rockies, our opinion of the 340-­horsepower V-6 F-Pace boiled down to this: it’s a riot.

All that, and this cat can still ferry four adults.

What’s Missing: Despite the F-Pace’s ample thrust, it’s a heavy, thirsty beast.

The Verdict: If you’re a skier, biker, or dog lover looking for a rig with sex appeal, this is your new ride. (Courtesy Porsche) Porsche Cayenne The Test: The rap on the Cayenne is that it’s the most capable SUV that ­almost none of its owners take beyond the pavement.

Back in 2003, when it debuted in North America, we drove one through nearly hood-deep standing water, what felt like bottomless mudholes, and even up steep, root-strewn rocky slopes.

The Cayenne only got better in 2011, when Porsche added center differential locks, which make all the wheels turn at once—useful for getting unstuck.

Although the Cayenne defaults to rear-wheel drive on tarmac, it can send nearly all its power to either axle depending on which tire has the most grip.

Switching to off-road mode lifts the chassis to 10.7 inches, besting the ground clearance of some otherwise hardier pickup trucks.

What truly continues to distinguish a Cayenne from, say, a Jeep Grand Cher­okee is that it handles like a sports sedan during regular driving, with some of the best braking of any car on the road and corner­ing grip even at super­car speeds. But this summer, Porsche will retool the Cayenne, which could cost the SUV some of its notorious capability.

The Verdict: A tank that handles like a sports car. (Courtesy Toyota) Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro The Test: This Taco is built to do one thing—thrive in the rough.

As we learned over 120 miles of tooling around town, the truck’s ride is unapologetically stiff, and the 3.5-liter V-6, while plenty powerful, is geared for dirty duty rather than interstate cruising.

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