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that Hyundai announced that 2016 will be the last for the Genesis Coupe after a six year run. Prior to the Genesis, Hyundai had trotted out of string of forgettable ‘sporty’ cars, so when the 2010 Genesis Coupe arrived, it was a dramatic shift for the Korean automaker.
Marking the start of the second half of the Red Bull Global Rallycross season, the series set up camp in Washington D.C.
Since 1980, we’ve been sharing the road with the Maxima. Starting out as a boxy, softly sprung quasi luxury car, the Maxima at the time represented the most expensive and prestigious Japanese automakers offered at the time.
Last year, I got to experience Castrol® EDGE® Virtual Drift with Matt Powers using the Oculus Rift headset.
For 2016, The Sorento has been completely redesigned. Now in its third generation, the Sorento finally hit its stride with the second gen model.
When word got out that Honda was going to build a sporty, two seater hybrid, Honda fans rejoiced. Although the last CR-X was sold in 1991, it has not been forgotten.
When the e-mail came informing me a Dodge Journey would be dropped off for The Garage to review, my first thought was “Oh, I had forgotten about those.” A quick search from The Garage archives show we last looked at a Journey in 2012.
After a bit of rain on Thursday, recce for the 2016 Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally began on somewhat muddy Waste Management roads.
Once upon a time, the six cylinder versions of muscle cars were sort of the red headed step-child of real muscle cars.
After Gary Peterson and Sebastian Saavedra’s AFS Racing Team scrapped their Indy 500 plans, Sebastian Saavedra has turned up in the most curious of places – Red Bull Global Rallycross.
We hit the dirt with Crazy Leo Urlichich to see how drivers can learn how to control their car on loose surfaces like a pro.
With the Bull Global Rallycross season opener fast approaching May 21-22 in Phoenix, Arizona, silly season has become serious.
Back in college I had a core group of friends and as you can imagine, we were all a bunch of gearheads.
The subject seldom is raised here, but when we’re not test driving new cars, what exactly do we here at The Garage actually drive?
Now in its seventh generation, Hyundai’s mid-size Sonata is without a doubt a mainstay in their family of cars.
It’s hard to believe but the Juke, Nissan’s funky little crossover, has entered its fifth year of production.
There are still some highlighted rows on my rallycross spreadsheet meaning that there are still some Silly Season shenanigans to report. Red Bull Global Rallycross still has some time before the first race in Phoenix, Arizona May 21-22, and there could yet be a surprise or two in Supercars based on off-handed comments on social media.
Man, it seems like forever since I have posted anything here in The Garage Blog! Looking back at the archives, I have been absent since last July and Megan Green has been picking up the slack with her awesome rally and rallycross coverage.