A Day of the Ferrari Challenge Series

-Christopher Little Race tracks attract car enthusiasts.  Most of us can’t help but be drawn by the allure of pavement without a speed limit.  Maybe it’s the culture.  Perhaps it’s for the sights and sounds.  It may even be the copious consumption of fuel and tires.  Race tracks […]

Audi’s 2013 Pricing Guide

-Scott Villeneuve Today Audi announced their finalized pricing guide for the 2013 model year models.  An astute observer would notice that the R8 is not listed and that is because Audi says the R8 will have a separate announcement at a later date. Note all the new models, […]

A Farewell to TVR

-Christopher Little Another storied manufacturer has died.  This week, TVR became just another “Saab story” for automotive history.  TVR was a master integrating V8 power and tubular steel frames.  Beyond that, they managed to fit these platforms with stunningly beautifully and unique fiberglass bodies.  While many of these […]

2013 BMW 3 Series Sport Wagon

-Scott Villeneuve It’s officially back, the new 3 Series Sport Wagon debuted yesterday, and will be in showrooms this coming spring.  This model will have the new 4 cylinder turbo engine mated to an 8 speed automatic transmission and comes in all the trim forms of the current […]

2012 Chevrolet Captiva Recalled

-Scott Villeneuve Chevrolet is recalling the 2012 Captiva SUV due to a parking brake malfunction.  The malfunction is that “The park brake cable may not be fully seated in its connector and may separate from the connector.”  This comes on the heels of the still recent Chevrolet Cruze […]

Top 5 Auto Manufacturers on Twitter

How manufacturers use Twitter to engage with their consumers. -Scott Villeneuve So what manufacturers are out there Tweeting away for you to interact with?  Simply put, nearly all of them.  I’ve assembled my Top 5, but to be honest, if you’re on Twitter, follow them all.  To prevent […]

Death of the Rotary Engine

–Christopher Little Last Friday, the final Mazda RX-8 Spirit R rolled out of the factory in Hiroshima.  Not only did it mark the end of a true enthusiast model, but it brought about the end of the rotary engine.  For Mazda, the tradition began with Cosmo Sport back […]

Mini Introduces the Clubvan

–Christopher Little Mini has announced that it will sell a cargo-focused version of its Clubman, aptly named the Clubvan. The rear seats of the Clubman are gone, having been replaced with a flat floor, ideal for transporting small cargo.  In addition, the rear side glass has also been […]

2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T

Last Tuesday, Hyundai dropped off a 2013 Genesis Coupe 2.0T Premium for us to test. We had 1000 miles and seven days to see how it stacked up. So we planned a road trip from our headquarters in Upstate, NY to the summit of Mount Washington to find […]