The current Toyota Corolla hasn’t been with us for very long. The aggressive-looking five-door hatchback model first made its debut in the middle of 2018, and has since been joined by a similarly wide-mouthed four-door sedan variant. Despite its relative youth and visual edge, Toyota has decided to make the new Corolla a little spicier […]
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The coolest luxury car technologies of today often become features on mainstream cars tomorrow. Take cruise control as an example; today, nearly every new car has it except for specialized performance models and base trims of entry-level cars. But what is adaptive cruise control? And is it worth using? How Adaptive Cruise Control Works (and […]
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I really never watched Miami Vice as a kid (probably because my parents wouldn’t let me), but one thing I do know about the hit 1980s TV show was its hero car—a white Ferrari Testarossa. Visions of the Testarossa would continue to be fed into my brain at an early age, from playing the arcade […]
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The point behind these “Is Luxury Worth it?” tests, where we pit loaded mainstream-branded cars versus fairly base-model luxury rides, reaches a strange plateau with this particular matchup. Odd couple? You betcha. Representing value (in a way) is the 2020 Subaru WRX STI with the Series.White package. In the luxury corner is the 2020 BMW […]
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We’ve been spending a bunch of time indoors lately, fantasy car shopping on Craigslist and the like. We’ve posted about tons of interesting rides for sale, and during a recent such hunt, we stumbled across a three-wheeled vintage Honda only one of us had ever heard of: the 1974 Kick ’N Go. As you’ve likely […]
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