Mustang is crowned the best-selling sports car in the United States
Most importantly, pickup buyers want big-ass grilles. Where’s the humongous fucking grille, Rivian? Are you even trying to compete??
Logical yet ironic that the most durable bed will be rolled out in the trimline least likely to utilize said bed.
This absolute automotive hero got his into the 12's
you see no big changes in the country. it’s all the same*
What to do with that info. Hmmm. Household income of $79k means you can rent a fairly decent apartment, or maybe a starter home built since the Ford administration if you scrimp enough, and drive a car that was built in this decade and maybe take the family to Chili’s once a month. At the other end of the 22% bracket,…
I know we all love to pile on Tesla and their fan-boyish owners.
This is good Kinja.
Camaro issues @ GM.
I know this is an “enthusiast” website and I’m going to get some heat for this but.....
Its not just a car. There is a trailer, extra parts, fuel, tires, and tools. trailer weight adds up fast.
Whoever put those wheels on that R needs a savage beating
eh.. for once im gonna say if he wants a car he feels a connection with he shouldnt be asking others what to get
it’s pronounced “echo-sport” as opposed to “ekko-sport.”
Why even write about this? Are we going to ruin Javy Baez’s life over what he did 35 minutes ago? Plus, three of his best buddies on the Cubs said they didn’t remember any interference.
Or the Colts figured they should put Jacoby Brissett in there for a low percentage play that requires chucking the ball 70 yards. Not because they don't trust Luck's shoulder, but because Brissett has a cannon and there is absolutely zero finesse required for the play.
No because they never take our advice and always buy boring stuff instead you’ll just be disappointed
Prediction: In 3 years, a “4-door-coupe” based on the Mustang with virtually the same specs as the Fusion.
Ford under Fields and Hackett are making, almost point-for-point, the same mistakes that US automakers made in the 80s and 90s, by ignoring its weak points and focusing on a narrowing market sector that it knows it can corner:
Great, can I get it with the LT1 and a 6-speed manual?