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Kawasaki KL250 “Super Sherpa”

I've owned a 2000 Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa for about six years now. Here's some history, facts - and opinion based on personal experience - about this 250 cc dual sport...

AMC Matador, 1971-1978

By the mid-1970s, American automakers were under the gun to reduce both the size and the fuel consumption of their offerings. Gas shortages, price spikes - and the growing presence of...

Do You Speak Used?

"Used" is the international language of the used car salesman.  Those fluent in Used can decipher the critical modifers that sellers use to convey subtle details about the condition of the vehicle...

Bad Driving 101

Living by a few basic rules of roadway etiquette can make all the difference between safe, courteous driving - and driving everyone else on the road crazy. Do your part to ease...

2011 Audi A4

Here is something unusual: The 2011 Audi A4 is one of just a small handful of $30k luxury sedans that comes standard with a four-cylinder engine. It's also the only one that doesn't...

Seasonal Coverage? Nah… That’d Be Reasonable!

Seasonal riding is a fact of life for many motorcyclists. Come fall - and cold weather - many riders hang up their leathers and park their bikes for the duration. It...

Cadillac Sedan deVille, 1956-1984

Nowadays, all the really big sedans are foreign-made: Bentleys, Rolls-Royces, Daimler Maybachs. It is a sign of the decline of the once-magnificent American Land Yacht, whose sole surviving exemplar as of...

2011 Lincoln MKS

Lincoln used to be right there with Cadillac as one of the top luxury car brands on the market. In the mid-late 1990s, Lincoln actually outsold Cadillac. Fast forward to 2011 and Lincoln's...

RWD, FWD, AWD or 4WD?

What's the best set-up for winter-weather driving? Or just driving, generally? Is it rear-wheel-drive? Front-wheel-drive? All-wheel-drive? Or four-wheel-drive?  Here are some of the the pros and cons of each: * Four-wheel-drive (4WD) - This system...

Cop – or Coot?

There it is up ahead. A Ford Crown Victoria. Better get on the brakes! But is it really a cop? Or just an old coot? There are - mostly - only two kinds of...
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