As promised, we have a part two for our list of 1980s performance and sports cars. If you haven’t checked out our first part, be sure to check that out as well. Or don’t. I’m not your supervisor. 1 - Buick Grand National (1984-1987) Starting off our list, we have probably one of the most … Continue reading Performance and Sports Cars of the 1980s Pt. 2
Everyone probably remembers back to the dark times of Toyota. Gone were the days of fun cars like the Supra and MR2, with monuments to boring practicality, such as the Matrix and every updated Prius, being rolled out to replace your excited gasps with yawns of pure disappointment. However, since the launch of the GT86/FR-S … Continue reading Toyota’s Performance Renaissance?
If you’re looking for an everyday driver that isn’t completely boring and gives you a bit of a thrill when driving to your soul sucking job, you’ve probably looked into sport sedans. They’re the best of both worlds. Performance generally associated with low-slung coupes and hot hatches, but the space of your standard grocery getter … Continue reading Fun With Four Doors: Four Sport Sedans under $10K
“Type R” and “Si” are both words/abbreviations synonymous with Honda’s front-wheel drive performance history. Both of these badges have rightfully earned a significant following in the car community, based on their combination of precision handling and power for the money, but these cars are very different. The Type R is the serious precision track star, … Continue reading Honda Civic Type R and Si. What’s the Difference?