BMW The Escape Review.

What’s the best way to advertise a car? A Billboard, a magazine advertisement, maybe you’re new-fashion and believe giving it to celebrities and putting it in a videogame is a good way. If you’re BMW, you don’t do any of these things. You hire some award…

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Driving A 240z Rat Rod

This is a loud car. The noise is inescapable, it comes through the rattly doors, through the stained t-tops and through the hole the size of a fist in the firewall. The noise isn't just loud for driver though, a fact confirmed by the heads of tourists strolling around the…

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Maita vs Fiata

Photo Credit: Fiat and Mazda Press Teams Since 1989 the Mazda Miata has been the go to budget roadster for hairdressers, autocrossers, cute car lovers, and those too poor to buy an S2000. Now, after 27 incredible years as the only budget roadster, it finally has a competitor, or does…

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Driving a '67 Swede

The Volvo 122S (named the Amazon in European markets) was the mid-sized entry for Volvo to compliment the PV544, the manufacturer’s passenger car of the era. “Mid-sized” had a bit of a different meaning back in 1956 as the car’s size would be comparable to modern compact, if…

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Hitting the Apex.

There's a mythical tier of cars, that most people only dream of hearing about, let alone actually seeing one. These cars are so expensive, new tires alone cost more than most of the cars that fiscally responsible adults look for. These mythical cars transcend what even the supercars of today…

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Top Gear

“Everything that’s old is new again.” A saying you hear from a previous generation. Lately, we’ve been seeing it more with The Force Awakens, and the resurgence in the 90s being cool again. The latest nostalgia effort comes from the BBC with the new season of Top Gear.…

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