Off Road Vehicles Bluffton SC

In the following article, you will learn some information about creative auto products. These products include 2008 Jeep Wrangler, 2008 HUMMER H2, 2008 Land Rover LR3 and so on.

Sav-On Cars Inc
(843) 824-1363
128 College Park Rd
Ladson, SC

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Coliseum Motors
(843) 552-7773
4991 Dorchester Rd
North Charleston, SC

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521 Auto Sales
(803) 802-3136
8067 Charlotte Hwy
Fort Mill, SC

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Carolina Motorworks Llc
(803) 366-0445
818 Riverview Rd
Rock Hill, SC

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JC AUTO DETAILING/ CAR WASH
(843) 297-7137
1407 S.CHURCH ST
FLORENCE, SC
 
West End Auto Sales
(843) 623-2613
14436 Highway 9
Chesterfield, SC

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Riteway Auto Glass llc
(843) 347-9077
1637 Highway 544
Conway, SC
 
Gourmet Garage
(803) 359-1044
102 Yachting Rd
Lexington, SC

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Absolute Auto Sales LLC
(864) 233-2080
306 Poinsett Hwy
Greenville, SC

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Palmetto Wholesale Auto Sales
(803) 735-8880
3801 Two Notch Rd
Columbia, SC

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Top 10 Vehicles for Off-Road Use in 2009

Top 10 2008 Vehicles For Off-Road Use 2008 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

2008 Jeep Wrangler 1

2008 Jeep Wrangler
What we think
The Wrangler is the poster child of renegade, blaze-your-own-trail fun. With a convertible cloth top, this rig was built for you to play outside. There’s no wondering why this vehicle has a cult following, either. Jeep has spent decades perfecting the science of grip in even the most slippery situations. In the Rubicon trim, the Wrangler’s incredible ground clearances and nifty tricks like a front sway bar that can be disconnected electronically in low gear put it miles of hard trail ahead of the competition.

At a glance
MSRP: $28,240
Engine and Drivetrain: 3.8-liter V-6 engine, 202 horsepower, 236 lb-ft of torque; 6-speed manual transmission; 2-speed transfer case, 4:1 gear ratio; rear-wheel drive with part time four-wheel drive
MPG: 15 city/19 highway

2008 HUMMER H2

2008 HUMMER H2 2

2008 HUMMER H2
What we think
Though you’re more likely to see H2s at the mall than on the mountain side, this is one bruiser that’s got the guts to get you through almost anything you can throw at it. The truck is powered by a mammoth 6.2-liter V-8 putting out close to 400 horsepower. With the optional electronic air ride, the descendant of the legendary military machine stretches to accommodate almost 10 inches of ground clearance—more than enough to get you over any obstacle.

At a glance
MSRP: $57,590
Engine and Drivetrain: 6.2-liter V-8 engine, 393 horsepower, 415 lb-ft of torque; 6-speed automatic transmission; 2-speed electronically controlled transfer case; full-time four-wheel drive
MPG: NA city/NA highway

2008 Land Rover LR3

2008 Land Rover LR3 3

2008 Land Rover LR3
What we think
The LR3 performs as well on the trail as it looks on the streets of Manhattan. The essence of luxury, Land Rover has managed to perfect the art of exuding off-tarmac confidence without succumbing to gaudy fender flares and outrageously knobby tires over the years. While there’s no doubt that this truck’s 300 horsepower V-8 will get you through anything you throw at it, its $49,300 MSRP base price lands it farther down the hill from its competition.

At a glance
MSRP: $49,300
Engine and Drivetrain: 4.4-liter V-8 engine, 300 horsepower, 315 lb-ft of torque; 6-speed automatic transmission; 2-speed electronically controlled transfer case, 2.93:1 gear ratio; full-time four-wheel drive
MPG: 12 city/17 highway

2008 Hummer H3 Alpha: Off Road Package

2008 HUMMER H3 4

2008 HUMMER H3
What we think
All jokes about buying alpha status aside, the H2’s little brother is anything but. Hummer pushed this rig’s wheels as far forward and back as possible, giving the truck impressive angles of approach and departure. That means you can go over more while damaging less, and with a base price steeper than any mountain grade, that’s a good thing.

At a glance
MSRP: $39,905
Engine and Drivetrain: 5.3-liter V-8 engine, 300 hors...

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