The American sedan is dying. Full size sedans are downsizing their powerplants, shuffling their drive wheels, and wholly being usurped by crossovers. The era of big, rear-drive sedans with large displacement V8s seems to be waning. Ford has been out of the game for years. The Chevrolet SS, […]
Drives a manual, despises cupholders, enjoys spirited driving.
Founder, Editor, and photographer of Limited Slip Blog.
“Do you have any experience in a supercar?” That’s a loaded question. Every enthusiast hopes to get behind the wheel of a supercar one day. But the question itself implies that driving a supercar is very different from any other car. And you might think it is. You […]
Station wagons are an endangered species. Mercedes is the last German manufacturers to offer its mid-size sedan as a wagon in the US. The 5 Series Touring and A6 Avant no longer grace our shores. Other competitors, the CTS Wagon and TSX Wagon, have fallen by the wayside […]
Our first impression of the Audi A3 was that of a younger, sprightlier A4. Its smart styling and compact packaging are reminiscent of the A4’s formative years – a time when it wasn’t encumbered by the bloatware built into the modern luxury sedan. For 2015, Audi has given the […]
The Mustang holds a cherished position in the pantheon of historic nameplates. With 50 years of heritage to build on, Ford unveiled the latest Mustang at the 2014 New York International Auto Show. To crown the achievement and hearken back to the original launch in 1964, Ford assembled […]
Maybe you need to tow 10,700 lbs. Or maybe you need 43.6 inches of rear leg room. Perhaps you’d like massage on your way home from work. Or you might need 420 lb-ft torque to do some work. It isn’t often that you need all these features at the same time. But […]
Somewhere between the rotund Dodge Grand Caravan minivan and the robust Dodge Durango SUV lies the Dodge Journey. Launched in 2008 based on the Dodge Avenger, the crossover Journey attempts to draw the best qualities from its stablemates. A vehicle with the rugged good looks of the Durango […]
Public access of the 2015 New York International Auto Show is underway and we’ve had some time to decompress. We’ll be back to our regularly-scheduled programming later this week. But first, as is tradition, we’ve compiled a list of our 5 Best and 5 Worst from the NYIAS. […]
32 years ago, Volkswagen paired a sporty fuel-injected four-cylinder engine with its Golf hatchback. The combination sparked a revolution and coined the “hot hatch” phrase. 2015 marks the launch of the 7th generation GTI, and it arrives at dealerships with a trophy case of awards. Winning Motor Trend’s […]
While sitting at a red light, minding my own business, I couldn’t help but notice the guy next to me sizing up the Audi with those “I can take it” eyes. He didn’t know what he was getting himself into. Not all CUVs are made equal, which is […]