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Whatever Happened to The Ricers?

The ‘90s/early 2000s was the last time messing with cars was a common thing among teens and 20s. These were the “ricers” and “tuners” - kids who worked on mostly Japanese stuff,...

2019 Jeep Compass

Most crossover SUVs can't really cross over very much. They look like rugged, off-road-ready SUVs, but they're really just high-riding cars, with light-duty AWD (usually optional) and not much more off-road...

The Great Winnowing

GM’s announcement the other day that it will no longer make cars - or rather, just a few - follows Ford’s previous announcement along the same lines. Chevy will lose more than...

GM Kills the Electric Car . . .

If electric cars are such a grand idea, why is GM killing off the Chevy Volt? It’s the one electric car that actually did make some practical sense, at least. 400-plus miles...

Fuel Riots – The Paris Preview

They're rioting in France over the government's imposition of artificial fuel scarcity. There's no actual shortage; the country - the world - is swimming in fuel, courtesy of new discoveries and new...

2019 Kia Stinger

If you want real Coke, you have to go to Mexico. Well, you have to get it from Mexico. That’s the only Coke still made with sugar rather than high fructose...

Colorado Embraces EV Tar Baby

Colorado has become the 13th state - plus the District of Columbia - to embrace the fatuously titled "zero emissions" electric car tar baby. This will " . . . protect the...

The Genie Between You and Acceleration

When we were kids, we were told to wish for things. Imagine it, pray for it - and it might be so. At the genie's whim, of course. New cars work a...

This Election Mattered

If you don’t think elections matter, wait about five years. Then go shopping for a new car. You will have your choice of a small hybrid car - or an electric car. Because...

Post-Warranty Warranties . . .

The first thing to know about any car warranty is that it's basically a bet. But is it a good one . . . for you? The issuer is like the guy running...
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