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2020 Hyundai Palisade is the brand's biggest SUV ever

2020 Hyundai Palisade is the brand’s biggest SUV ever

Even though the Grand Santa Fe is quite a decently proportioned SUV, Hyundai realised that there still is some room left at the top to fill. So here is the Hyundai Palisade, an eight-seater SUV that seems to want to take on full-size SUVs with a crossover platform, more like the Honda Pilot than the Toyota Land Cruiser. 

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Milan Red hypercar launched in UAE & GCC

Milan Red hypercar launched in UAE & GCC

A new hypercar manufacturer from Austria has created the Milan Red, which was revealed in the UAE through their GCC dealer, Deals on Wheels. The used car dealer, which sells mostly high end cars, will be one of four agents around the world to distribute the Milan Red. 

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First drive: 2019 Ram 1500 in the UAE

First drive: 2019 Ram 1500 in the UAE

Redesigns for American pickup trucks come about only once in a blue moon. However, Ford’s F-150 and GM’s Silverado/Sierra twins are raising the bar by reducing the time between redesigns and facelifts, as both have undergone notable changes over the past decade. In that time, the Ram 1500 has remained relatively stagnant, save for a couple of minor under-the-skin upgrades and a brand-name change (remember when it used to be the Dodge Ram? Some people still call it that). There is finally an all-new model for 2019, on sale in the Middle East for a couple of months already, and we got some wheel-time in a couple of variants.

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First drive: 2019 Volkswagen Teramont in Oman

First drive: 2019 Volkswagen Teramont in Oman

With the crossover market booming over the past decade, with 7-seater options particularly popular in the U.S. market, Volkswagen finally jumped on the bandwagon and created the Teramont, their largest SUV. Built in the States and known as the Atlas over there, the Teramont is a logical addition for the GCC market as well, even if it is confusingly placed between the Tiguan and the flagship Touareg in terms of price.

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