Category Archives: Commentary

2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T Is the Purist’s Base Model

The Porsche 911 Carrera T is a recent and relatively inexpensive 911 model designed for car purists who are not seeking excessive horsepower. The first T model is expected to reach the United States in March and is expected to cost $103,150. Barring any significant add-ons, the Carrera T has the potential to be a … Read More

No Buyback: 2013–2016 Audi, Porsche, VW Diesel SUVs Have A Fix

Software upgrades and a hardware fix will be the approved methods for TDI diesel versions of Audi, Porsche, and Volkswagen 2013-2016 model SUVS. The brands were facing having to buy back the SUVS, so the approval of this solution came at a good time. The buyback would have cost one billion dollars, however owners who … Read More

Department Heads Spin as Ford Swaps Management Roles

Ford has again restructured their upper management since the now ex CEO Mark Fields left. Jim Hackett who is now in the top executive spot plans on continuing to reshape the ford image, so the ford image will appeal more to investors and potential buyers. Bennie Fowler a long time employee with the company is … Read More

Mercedes-AMG’s V-12–Powered G-wagen Says Goodbye (For Now) with G65 Final Edition

The Mercedes-Benz G-wagen is preparing for a major overhaul as it approaches its 40th Anniversary. The 2018 edition of the vehicle will feature bronze trim pieces, 10-spoke wheels finished in matte bronze, and silver brake calipers. The leather upholstery will feature light brown stitching. A twin-turbo 6.0 liter V-12 engine will be part of the … Read More

2018 Toyota Tacoma

The mid-size Toyota Tacoma has a loyal following but it’s starting to feel the competition with the rising popularity of the Honda Ridgeline, Nissan Frontier, and GM Canyon. Due to its rugged sheet metal and V-6 engine with trail-ready four-wheel drive, it is still the leader of the pack. New to the 2018 Tacoma is … Read More

Top Gear drives the ALPINA B4 S

ALPINA manufactures some of the world’s best BMWs. In terms of performance, the ALPINA B4 S gives the BMW 435i a run for its money. While the two models are comparable in speed, they offer two very different driving experiences. In a recent review, Top Gear strongly prefers the ALPINA B4 S over the BMW … Read More

QOTD: Where to Go for a Chrysler Halo?

For 23 consecutive months, Chrysler’s sales have consistently been on the decline and they are pulling out of many countries. The Chrysler brand was once a symbol of American luxury. Today, they are getting rid of many models at a rapid pace. This year, there is only a minivan and a full-size sedan in Chrysler’s … Read More

Fast and Loose: There’s No Oversight for Nurburgring Lap-Time Claims

The lap times at the Nurburgring are some of the most obsessed over benchmark of vehicle performance. The question is then asked, who is in charge of overseeing these tests and technical compliance? Most importantly, who is in charge of timing the official lap? The answer is a surprising “no one.” Manufacturers may fudge the … Read More

2018 Honda Accord 2.0T Automatic Tested: Zen Simplicity with a Side of Sportiness

The Honda Accord 2018 2.OT has zen simplicity with a side of sportiness to go with it. There are many good features that this car offers buyers. Honda fans are probably aware of the fact that the turbocharged 2.0 liter in the Accord is a much lower output version of the 306-hp that is found … Read More

You Can Avoid Paying Taxes on Your New Car, Although It’s Risky Business

In Montana you don’t have to pay a sales tax on car purchases and non-residents have found a loophole so they can benefit from this. Forming a LLC through a lawyer in Montana can get you Montana plates and people from all over the country are benefitting from this. You might however, run into dome … Read More

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