Dealership experience matters, folks.
Still... what purveyor of the Slow Car Fast gospel wouldn't love a tiny, 4WD, stick-shift truck with great clearance and such brilliant styling?
Maine's arbitrary registration bans on imported Japanese vans is punitive for no good reason.
Restoring rubber parts and doing basic maintenance will take you further than aftermarket upgrades.
I’ve put more than 2,500 miles on my bargain Fiat 500, and it’s largely a delight. But it's not perfect.
From a Midwesterner's perspective, man, a world without rust is really something you can't take for granted.
When the boss asked what the car equivalent of Doritos would be, we fell down a rabbit hole. Hop in.
Time for my take on the nastiness of dealer-added markup.
Stop making it more than a simple racing incident.
In the United States, we could never have a new car as basic as the old Corolla DX in 2021. Is that a good thing? Yes... and no.
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