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?
So, I finally got my hands on what some would consider the pinnacle of hot hatches. After getting some time behind the wheel, it is really easy for me to see why the Golf R receives all the hype it does. The model I drove only had about 40,000 miles on the clock, so it … Continue reading Used Review: 2015 Volkswagen Golf R
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
While not as popular as high horsepower muscle cars here in the US, the hot hatch class is an important staple of car culture. Everyone knows of the little hot hatches, and if you’re into performance driving, you’ve probably owned/driven one at some point. It kinda makes sense that most driving enthusiasts will have experience … Continue reading For Newer Enthusiasts – Hot Hatches are Practicality Meeting Performance
Now to get started with complete transparency, I've owned a 5th gen, so I might be a tiny bit biased. The "Lude"(as I knew it) was black, everything was stock and the engine lasted all the way up to 180,000 miles. To be fair, that's nothing for a Honda, but this thing lived a hard … Continue reading The Last Prelude
Everyone has a favorite generation of their favorite car. It widely varies from person to person and car to car, but there is one thing that I’m fairly sure is constant. The seventh generation Thunderbird is nobody's favorite. I actually own a seventh generation Thunderbird and it still isn't my favorite generation of Thunderbird (that … Continue reading Seventh Gen Thunderbird: Nobody’s Favorite
Everyone knows Mazda’s Experiment - Project 5, the MX-5 Miata, as the company’s go to option for someone looking for a lightweight, rear-wheel drive convertible. The MX-5 has filled that slot for over twenty-five years, with the little roadster seeming to maintain popularity with both driving enthusiasts and the average consumer. There were two other … Continue reading Let’s Talk About the Mazda MX Line