My wife’s Nissan Quest has been a mostly reliable, super-practical minivan. Yesterday, we went to the local auto show to look at what might replace it. There are basically three options left for minivan shoppers:
This was in Northern Virginia just outside DC. Figured out pretty quickly that it was Honda (although the badges were all covered) based on the windowline “kink” and the unmistakably Odyssey front end.
I was behind a 2018 Honda Odyssey (all badges were taped over) about half an hour ago and snapped a few photos. Got home and Googled and found that there are plenty of pictures available already... it looks the same. Is it worth my time to get the photos off my iPhone and post them? Do Jalops want to see?
Spotted on Sunday. Approximately as common as a Bugatti Veyron.
Here is the set of videos I shot... sorry about the quality. Handheld camcorder; sun was so bright I could hardly see the screen.
Spotted this parked at a service station near my neighborhood. Just barely spotted it, too, because...
The driver of this $50,000 Cadillac (with a ski rack, natch!) would like you to know that his taxes are too high.
My Dad has been driving a 2007 Infiniti G35 since new, and loves it. He's looking to replace it with something that's a little roomier for carrying adults (most of whom are septuagenarians) in the back seat.
I just looked out my office window in time to see one of these going by on the street below. I don't think I've ever seen an Alfa with this removable hardtop, but quick research says it was a factory option.
Because I'm shameless and vain, I'm using today's Spring snow as an excuse to repost this article I wrote last month. Go read it and get the story behind this sweet photo.
I grew up several decades ago in suburban Atlanta, in Cobb County near the Chattahoochee River. Near my neighborhood, there was a wooded area that has since been split up into lots where McMansions are now situated. But back then, it was just a semi-mysterious piece of forest.
Not "your" first car. Literally, the first street-legal vehicle you ever drove.
Insurance companies don't spend more on a car than the car is worth.
Maranelloan Barbecue on the GW Parkway this morning, leading to a secondary crash involving a fire truck.
I've often wondered what was the last car sold in the USA to feature an external badge touting Fuel Injection. This question bugged me enough to beg for Oppo authorship... surely we have the right group here to solve this enduring mystery.
Been reading Jalopnik through at least 3 site redesigns. Just couldn't figure out how to get into my old account (Mr Flipper) in the new kinja.