Not in the last decade, no. The Russian Luna 24 was the last unmanned lunar rover, and it was deployed in 1976.
However, there are several planned lunar rovers, such as the Chinese Chang'e 3 rover. It is scheduled for launch in December 2013 - fairly soon!
After landing, a solar-powered rover will roll off the lander and commence its mission, which is expected to last for at least three months, although presumably that will include a lot of down-time while the two-week-long lunar nights prevail.
The Chang’e 3 lander itself will continue to operate as a stationary science platform. It will be powered by a radioisotope thermoelectric generator and hence will be largely unaffected by the presence or absence of direct sunlight. The lander will operate a number of science instruments, including an optical telescope and a “soil probe” to conduct analyses of lunar regolith.
The Chang’e 3 rover will have a mass of 120 kilograms, including a 20 kg science payload.