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
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
This one is an article more for the newer people in the car community; especially the ones without too much cash in their pockets. In the search for a cheap starter enthusiast car (which is most likely gonna be an inline four cylinder), these new enthusiasts often are looking at the old Civic hatchback or … Continue reading Four Fun & Affordable Four-Bangers that Newer Enthusiasts Often Overlook
When the world thinks of American muscle, a fair number of cars are guaranteed to come to mind, but one of the first someone is going to think of is the Dodge Charger. The Charger is an American classic and a modern muscle masterpiece. But to really get into the Charger, we need to start … Continue reading Let’s Talk About the Dodge Charger
In the interest of full disclosure, I'm gonna let you all know that I own a 2017 Subaru BRZ and I absolutely love tearing up some winding country back roads with it. That being said, there are a number of gripes with the car that have been noticed by a number of owners and members … Continue reading Let’s Talk About the Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ.
In modern times, it might be a little bit strange to associate a Toyota Corolla with anything even remotely sporty. Corollas now are just the “Eh, it’ll get me from A to B” cars. They aren’t anything too special. Now, that might be changing… Toyota recently announced the Corolla Hatchback will be replacing the iM … Continue reading New Corolla Hatchback: Toyota’s Next Attempt at Affordable Sport?
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It was the V8 sport sedan that America deserved and the one it needed, but somehow this majestic beast’s life was ended after just four years of production. But why?! Why would General Motors end production on one of the best performing sport sedans on the market? Well, let’s find out! Let’s travel back in … Continue reading What The Hell Happened To The Chevy SS?!