I’ve been to a few car shows now in America, and these have caught my eye a few times. The creepy little child ‘time out’ dolls leaning up against American cars, most often vehicles associated with Detroit and displayed by the older enthusiasts.
Cadillacs Truth + Dare event came to San Diego so Ian took the opportunity to check it out.
Of course they don’t in the grand scheme of things, but it helps bring up a more pertinent question to ask.
The Honda Civic Sport is setting the tone for the upcoming Si and Type-R, but it’s a great car in its own right.
It’s just plain inaccurate.
Ian spent a couple of days with a shiny 2017 BMW 330i. These are his thoughts.
In which Ian sits in traffic, ponders car colors and finds out the word rad really is coming back.
In 2016 the median income in the U.S was around the $48,000 mark. It’s already a well known fact that in the U.S the Ford F-150 is the biggest selling vehicle in the U.S, but what may surprise you is
Kyle laughs at all the people who call minivan drivers “soccer moms” while sitting behind the wheel of their Ford Explorers, Hyundai Santa Fes, and Dodge Journeys.
So, Mr Chris Pollitt decided that his first piece on this sort of vaguely-but-not-very esteemed site would be to throw down a three grand challenge to me where he came up with an obscure French minivan no one has ever