Once upon a time, in the Land of Suburbia, Minivans ruled the earth. Their cavernous interior swallowed entire families. And children’s fingers were ruthlessly pinched by their sliding doors. After being driven from the land by the SUV tribe, the remnants of the Minivan clan vowed revenge. Their plan was to infiltrate Suburbia, disguised as… Read more »
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In recent years, subcompact cars have advanced from throw-away transportation appliances, to well, actual cars. Gone are the days of cloth covered folding chairs, and dime-sized wheels with plastic hubcaps. Modern customers demand things like heated seats, and actual style. So automakers have been forced to step up their game. The result has been a… Read more »
The midsize luxury car segment is one of the most hotly contested in the industry. Some premium car brands, like Mercedes & BMW, derive a considerable portion of their revenue from such cars. So their midsize luxury cars have to be really good if they’re going to compete. Two of the benchmark cars in this… Read more »
In the high fashion world of Sport Activity Vehicles, two trucklets reign supreme. One is the 2012 BMW X3, which combines serious driving acumen with the practicality of a tall wagon. And the other is the 2012 Audi Q5, which uses a palatial cabin and Quattro all-wheel drive to woo young professional types. This is… Read more »
Nowadays, the compact car segment is as competitive as high school cheerleading tryouts. One-upmanship is the name of the game, so if one car has heated seats, the competition heats both rows. If one car offers touchscreen infotainment, the next will add voice control. It’s a good time to be in the market for a… Read more »
To most gearheads, owning an electric car would be like having a giant boil, on your face. They’re not perceived as cool. And that whole ‘Range Anxiety’ thing sounds about as much fun as breaking both arms, then getting hives, and the crabs. But the EV has come a long way in the last 5… Read more »
The world of small cars is like a one of those cooking shows where all of the contestants have to make as many dishes as can, showcasing the ingredient of the day. In today’s episode, Honda & Toyota are vying for the golden spatula, using the ‘randomly’ chosen fixin’; Flour. Kitchen Stadium is set, the… Read more »
In the world of cars, the hybrid sits there like a bowl of oatmeal. Your mother said that it was good for the environment, and it would save you money at the pump. But that steaming bowl of Prius just doesn’t look very appetizing. Stuffed French Toast from IHOP sounds better. So how do make… Read more »
Midsize Pickups In the world of smallish trucks, the 2012 Toyota Tacoma & 2012 Nissan Frontier are the Japanese equivalent of the Chevy Silverado & Ford F-150. They’ve been around for decades, and they’re both tough as nails. If you don’t need a fullsize truck, then a midsize pickup is definitely the way to go…. Read more »
Veterans of the Suburban War As of this writing, nearly all of the remaining Minivan forces have been driven from Suburbia. Residents can now flock to the malls, and Yoga Centers, free of the fear that their children may lose a finger to a sliding door. A practice common under the Minivan regime. The Crossover… Read more »