Due to its unusual appearance, toughness, and legendary status among off-roading enthusiasts, a vintage entry takes the top spot on our list.
Toyota has never released official production figures; enthusiasts estimate the total to be produced at around 3,000 vehicles annually.
Don't worry; the Cadillac Escalade EXT offers the convenience of a Chevrolet Avalanche along with all the comfort of the Escalade SUV.
Subaru will take care of you. The Subaru Baja Turbo from 2006 is based on the Subaru Legacy/Outback, with just a raise and a bed added.
For $8,770 you can buy a crew-cab Ford F-150 with black paint, leather seats, and a modified front fascia, which will satisfy all of your comfort and utility requirements.
This Mitsubishi might look familiar to Mopar enthusiasts because it is nearly identical to the third-generation Dodge Dakota, with the exception of the front fascia.
Ford created a limited edition NASCAR trim for the F-150 in 1998 that added a 4.6-liter DOHC V8, NASCAR graphics, and a Roush Air Dam.