Mid-Engine cars allow for striking shapes and great handling balance normally reserved for expensive and exotic automobiles. With the 4C, Alfa Romeo re-enters the US market and this small world with few affordable rivals. Since we are fans of the two other cars in this segment (the Porsche Cayman and the Lotus Elise) we gathered all […]View larger »
We’ve reviewed both these cars before and enjoy them for their attitude and history, but never gravitated toward them for a fun road. In truth, both platforms are a poor structure for making a world-beating car. The Challenger may be a two-door coupe, but at 4,500lbs it is as big and heavy as many seven […]Keep reading »
(uh-wawr-ning) - noun - Not an Award and Not a Warning. These are driving offenses we wish would go away. If you're guilty of any of them, Congratulations, you lose. And you might want to rethink them. We are.
Here’s another entry in a series of driving failures that annoy us and probably frustrate you as well. In the first part I wrote about Roundabouts, and now I want to tackle the other common source of confusion: Freeway On-Ramps. I’m not sure when an on-ramp became a source of confusion, but I see evidence […]Keep reading »
Since the start of this show, we’ve been focused on helping people discover fun-to-drive cars they can actually afford. The good news is there are fewer truly terrible cars on the market than ever before. But the bad news is there are plenty of cars we can only describe as “fine” – these are well-designed […]Keep reading »
When I left home for college I took down a framed picture of the Lamborghini Countach. It was the first car image I remember putting on my wall, and the only one still hanging when I left home. About two decades later I watched a total stranger climb out of a gorgeous red 5000s Countach […]Keep reading »