Hate walking? Heck, who doesn’t. The fact is, mankind has been forced unfairly to evolve over the course of thousands of years to walk upright, and Honda thinks it’s about time we did something about it. That’s why they’ve unveiled their UNI-CUB β mobility device, which is basically like a Segway that doesn’t force you stand […]
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, minivans are likely to hang around for a while, no matter how many crossovers we try to chase them off the streets with. In fact, according to a recent report from Automotive News, minivans are highly profitable for automakers. Minivan sales volume may be low, yes, but each one sold […]
Nissan is throwing their hat into the hatchback ring in Europe with the introduction of the all new Nissan Pulsar five-door. If the Pulsar is part of a master scheme to upstage Ford, Mazda, and Honda by putting out a handsome hatch to steal attention away from their products, then we’d have to say the […]
Everything is bigger in Texas—until now, as Toyota, a manufacturer focusing on much smaller, and thus much greener, cars, has plans to move Toyota headquarters to the Lone Star State. The unofficial-but-let’s-face-it-it’s-actually-probably-very-true report comes from Automotive News, which got its information from the always mysterious Unnamed Sources, a guy I have always wanted to meet […]
Models affected by the latest round of recalls include 2013-2014 Buick Verano, 1982-2005 Chevy Cavalier, and certain 2010 Camaro 1LT models. Issues range from incorrect badging to providing a doorway for interdimensional beings to enter our world.
This morning, General Motors announced yet another safety recall affecting 2.1 million vehicles after only just recalling 1.3 million vehicles more last evening. This brings the total number of vehicles affected by numerous GM recalls issued since the beginning of March past the staggering total of 8 million. This latest news comes mere hours before […]
The term “penny pincher” in and of itself seems like a derisive one, but when every last red cent counts for something, there’s something to be said for a person who manages their money. Cars.com compiled a list of the Top 10 New Cars for Penny Pinchers, and at the top of the list stands […]
A full list of known reveals expected at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show
2014 Chicago Auto Show Reveals These cars are brand-new offerings, some of which have been under wraps until the show. 2015 Kia Soul EV 2015 Subaru Legacy Camaro SS Chicago Blackhawks Edition 2015 Lincoln Navigator BMW 7-Series Diesel 2014 Dodge Journey Crossroad 2015 Chevrolet City Express 2015 Subaru Liberty 2015 Mazda MX-5 Miata Toyota TRD […]
Scion NAIAS Display: I’d Still Rather Be Looking at Toyota
Marci and I were teasing ourselves when it came to the world’s automaker. The Toyota display was in plain sight, but its luxury arm, Lexus, and its youthful brand, Scion, were directly across from Fiat, so we forced ourselves to stop at these displays first. Don’t get me wrong, Lexus and Scion weren’t total wastes […]
Smart NAIAS Display Is Bigger Than I Thought
Infiniti’s cars have never particularly wowed me, and the recent change of names (to Q-something or another) did not elevate the brand’s luxury in my mind but just made for one editing nightmare. That said, I really liked Infiniti’s booth at NAIAS. They had a theme similar to Nissan’s (or at least I perceived it […]
Subaru NAIAS Display lacks my beloved orange XV Crosstrek
After Marci popped a few pills to alleviate the headache from Nissan’s Scent of the Future, we stepped over to the Hyundai NAIAS display. By now, our feet weighed us down like throbbing cinderblocks, but we had just a few hours left to fit everything in. Hyundai’s layout was pretty basic compared to the one […]
Although we were most excited to get to see the Car and Truck of the Year (Corvette Stingray and Silverado, respectively) at the Chevy NAIAS display, we first made our way through Buick’s and GMC’s offerings. Buick’s five models stood on display at the Buick booth, but the one I found the most entertaining was […]
MINI NAIAS display existed too...
The BMW display was the first place that Marci and I spotted one of the “car janitors.” These people were dedicated to keeping the cars clean and shiny all day. There were honestly so many of them that for a while it seemed like they outnumbered all the gearheads there checking out the goodies from […]
History and Information on the life saving organization.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is an independent, nonprofit organization that was established in 1959 in Arlington, Virginia, by three major insurance agencies. Over fifty-plus years, the IIHS has evolved to become one of the nation’s leading nonprofit scientific and educational organizations in the automotive industry and is increasingly committed to significantly decreasing […]
2014 Hyundai Tucson Exterior The 2014 Hyundai Tucson draws design cues from its popular sedans to give the SUV a sleek, aerodynamic look unlike any other vehicle in its class. Further setting itself apart from its segment are the Tucson’s standard 17-inch alloy wheels and available panoramic sunroof. 2014 Hyundai Tucson Performance Powering the 2014 […]
It used to be that you could tell the difference between coupes and sedans simply by the number of doors on the car: coupes have two doors and sedans have four. Easy enough, right? Wrong. Just like with everything else in the automotive world, our beloved automakers had to complicate things, and now we’re living in a […]