I’m typically sweet on Mazdas. I don’t own one and nobody’s paying me to say that, I just like the down to earth functionality designed into them. I also like that you can push them a little carder than comparable cars before they cry uncle. In a word, they’re fun.
What praises can I sing for the MX-5 that haven't already been sung from the rooftops? It's been around over three decades getting progressively better with each iteration. It's precise and poised. It feels great to the touch. Some jobs are impossible without the right tool. But with that tool in hand, the job becomes … Continue reading 2020 Mazda MX-5 GT RF – The Perfect Tool For The Job
The Lexus RC- F is Lexus’ take on what a luxury sport coupe should be, a two-door blend of comfort Lexus customers are accustomed to, and sports car handling wrapped up in good looks. For 2019 the RC-F got a facelift and a little more horsepower. In my last review of the RC-F, I called … Continue reading 2020 Lexus RC F – IT’s Better Than Ever, But Is That Good Enough?
Honda adds an SE trim level to the 2021 Pilot hinting that an all-new Pilot may be arriving next year.
The cost of learning more about how your Honda works and repairing it yourself just went up.
Episode 3 is out! Take a break from Tiger King and watch it while it's hot!
Back in 2012, I remember seeing the achingly pretty LF-LC Concept and thinking, "Lexus will never build something that outrageous for the road." Fast forward five years and I saw the early models, re-monikered the LC 500, gliding along city streets. I was dead wrong. I was also in lust. I couldn't wait to get my hands on a press loan.
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I recently had the rare opportunity to experience a base model Honda CR-V. It hasn’t been too many years ago that a base model vehicle was equipped with only minimum levels of safety equipment and very few comfort or convenience items. The CR-V LX is a base model that I could actually enjoy.
I was driving 80mph when a white Jeep Gladiator blasted by me in the right lane.
"How dare he? And it such a vehicle!" Bitterness and disdain washed over me like an acid flashback washes over a Deadhead boomer. "Who buys these things?" I shouted, shaking my fist at the inside of my windshield.
After receiving a heavily revised engine with more horsepower along with a list of other changes for the 2019 model year that were significant enough to justify a change in the model designation to ND2, updates to the 2020 model are relatively few.