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Well, this is embarrassing. Just this week I said that the return of the Ford Bronco is as likely as a Hummer coming back.
I like to live in a world that makes sense, but sometimes that’s just not in the cards. An article over at Automotive News ran with the headline, “Can Dodge Rebuild Pontiac Excitement?
This is the newest Bronco you’ll find Let’s just get this straight: A new Ford Bronco is about as likely as a new Hummer H2.
“It’s an ugly little thing, isn’t it?” The FIAT 500L was stopped at a light, one car-length ahead, in the lane next to us.
My wife and I were heading out to an evening of salsa dancing and thought we’d take our two young girls with us to introduce them to something more culturally significant than Netflix TV shows.
The auto press usually focuses on new cars this time of year, but another reason the midwinter months can be exciting is from the used car perspective.
There are performance brands, then there are the performance sub-brands of performance brands. It sounds confusing but you know exactly what I mean.
I know, I know. We talk a lot about the fuel that powers our cars on these pages. We complain about high gas prices, are cautiously excited about low prices, we wonder if governments should increase taxes on fossil fuels, and we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of alternative fuel vehicles.
Imagine a new Lotus and you probably picture a late-model Elise. Or maybe you’re one of the people who associate Lotus with the Tesla Roadster, which is essentially an Elise with an electric drivetrain.
We’re all well aware that gas prices are absurdly low. Filling up my Audi Q7 used to approach $100, and now I can comfortably fill up for under $50.
If you want a good deal on a used Porsche, or any used car for that matter, don’t bother looking toward scorned spouses.
In any place where autos tend to wear inconsistent but unsightly coats of road salt & grime all winter, a convention hall full of sparkling brand new cars holds particular appeal in January.
This has been quite a big week for the auto industry, as manufacturers unveil the first lines of their 2016 portfolios at the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
The picture looks like a Ram 1500 that’s been in a wreck. The above photo, a close up of the headlight, fender, and hood of the new Tacoma, could very well have been a photo submitted by a Ram owner after a long and damaging day of off-roading.
Imagine a world where you never have to worry about turning down your brights as you drive. We’ve all been there, happily zooming down a country lane or lonely highway with the road in front of us bathed in ample light, our cars cutting through the darkness with high beams in full force.
My goodness, it’s hard to switch gears from the new Ford GT to, well, anything else. My personal gratification aside, there are many other surprises and exciting cars being shown at the Detroit Auto Show this week.
Well, thanks a lot, Ford. I had plans for today. Big plans. Thanks to you, I have no choice but to put them on hold.
The Chevy Volt How could it be true? Why would Chevrolet, which currently builds the electric/gas hybrid Volt, introduce a new electric car and call it the Bolt?
The sad reality of the auto industry is that some vehicles don’t have long lifespans. This is always a sad time of year when we begin to realize some of our favorite models will not get refreshed for the new year.
This was one of the easy ones! I’ve been known to watch the occasional cat video online or to sometimes partake in viewing compilations of motorcycle jump fails.