By Emme Hall. There is just something about a little turbo that gets my heart all a-flutter. This week I’ve got a tough choice to make, as I’ve been a fan of both the 2014 Fiat 500 Turbo and the 2014 Chevy Sonic RS since their debut. Both are stylish hot little hatches that are… Read more »
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By Zack Klapman. When Porsche built the 2013 Porsche Cayman, their entry-level sports car, they probably weren’t expecting people to whisper about its possible superiority to the almighty 911. Racing and physics tells us that the mid-mounted engine will result in a car that handles better, has better weight distribution, and is safer at (and… Read more »
By Zack Klapman. The highest level of professional automobile racing is Formula One. Of course we know these are the most advanced and complicated cars on the planet, taking corners at speeds many cars couldn’t hit after being dropped from a plane, but the most basic ingredient to them is their mid-engine layout. Most cars… Read more »
By Zack Klapman. Extroverted and exceptional: “Sports car” is a very vague descriptor. It lumps all the world’s offerings into one box, like putting both skis and a puppy in the same Lost & Found box. Though sports cars fit the criteria of 2 seats, RWD, and offer performance and driving pleasure, how they go… Read more »
By Zack Klapman. This is not an easy one. Usually after I drive the two subject cars, I know which is my favorite; the only difficulty remaining is putting it into concise, understandable English. But this is different. It’s not that the cars are too similar; they’re actually quite different. The 2013 BMW M5 is… Read more »
By Dave Stall. Here are a couple cars that have been duking it out since the early seventies and the fans have been loyal, kind of like Ford vs. Chevy. These cars have been the backbone for basic transportation, improving every year as well as growing up. Now adults they are making an automotive make… Read more »
By Emme Hall. Today’s comparo might seem a little unfair. We’re taking a look at the 2013 Subaru BRZ and the 2013 Nissan 370Z Coupe. I can hear the complaining now…”But the Z has so much more power than the BRZ! This isn’t fair!” You can’t argue with the specs but the little Subie has… Read more »
By Dave Stall I know what you’re thinking, they are the same car. Not really, yes the majority of each car has its similarities but once you drive them both you can tell the difference. Both cars were built to be “track cars”, which means you can get a set of mounted race track tires… Read more »
By Emme Hall. Life is a party, right? Of course it is! So bring out the caviar and let’s boogie! What’s that? You can only afford the Trader Joe’s party platter? Never fear, today’s Autocomparo is for you. We’re taking a look at the 2013 Ford Fiesta Titanium, hatchback, and the 2013 Mazda 2 Touring…. Read more »
By Dave Stall There are a lot of folks who have not jumped on the “electric car” bandwagon, yet they still want a small car to commute in or make it their daily driver. I have been in both vehicles and they both have their advantages and disadvantages. Before I go any farther I want… Read more »