When people say entry level supercar, they are usually referring to a car like the Ferrari 488, the Lamborghini Huracan, or something slightly slower like a McLaren 570s. The problem here is that these cars aren’t “entry level” at all. The Huracan starts at $200,000. The 488 starts at $250,000. Even the notably cheap R8 starts … Continue reading Autonoch – The Real Entry Level: Alpine A110 vs Alfa Romeo 4C
Last weekend I finally got my chance to get behind the wheel of some real German power. I’ve gotta say, I am incredibly impressed. As the title implies, this was obviously a four year old pre-owned model that I got to drive, but it still felt brand new. Everything on the interior felt like it … Continue reading Used Review: 2015 Audi S7
By: Ethan White (Ethan is the writer for Autonoch and a contributor to Average Car Enthusiast.) Once the cheapest car on the US market, the Nissan Versa is known for being as basic as transport can get. The Versa was designed to be well...versatile. But did you know that the Versa's roots can be traced … Continue reading The Nissan Midsize/Compact: An Evolution
This column was originally posted by our partner page, Autonoch. Visit the posted link for even more content by our partner site. What if there was a version of the Toyota 86 that looked similar, was faster, and could be bought for about the same money? That car is the Hyundai Genesis Coupe, and it’s … Continue reading Autonoch – The Hyundai Genesis Coupe: What the 86 Could Never Be
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