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 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
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
“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?
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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