MrNails
realmrnails
2/21/20
3:54 PM
32

Seconded, I think your work is head and shoulders above most other auto journalists. The article itself reminds me of years ago when I used to go to Barns & Noble to read the articles in Evo (when Harris was still just a writer there). And you took the photos, which Chevy should be paying you to use! Again, great work!

2/21/20
3:52 PM
2

They really have improved. Their reputation of being unreliable maintenance queens was well earned in the 90s, but unlike some other brands (looking at you, all things British) they’ve actually gotten better. Read more

2/21/20
2:32 PM
12

That’s awesome. I had a feeling it was full-frame. The depth and composition of the photos is fantastic. Great write-up.

2/21/20
1:26 PM
20

I think CR does the best job out there of trying to be least influenced by manufacturer of all major magazines. I mean, they buy all their own cars, and try very hard to not let the dealer/manufacturer know it’s CR. Plus, they treat cars like appliances, so if you can provide an entirely easy & problem free, yet Read more

2/21/20
1:06 PM
39

Again, phenomenal photos, Kristen. Really enjoyed reading the article and the photos, it’s clear you care, and you’re raising the bar for Jalopnik quality with this article here.

2/21/20
12:19 PM
152

The Corvette kept its composure even with mid-corner gear changes, so smooth were the shifts that they surely must have been lubricated by purist tears. Read more

2/21/20
11:56 AM
5

..or a single Volvo reference. This is why us #Volvo4Lifers hate Bimmer Bros

2/19/20
10:42 PM
20

You see this pic, and the thing that gets you excited is the tail light and not that it’s a two door.

2/19/20
7:16 PM
23

We got healthcare over here too, Augustin. It’s called Medicare and it kicks in at about 62 or 63. Luckily, I’ve been healthy most of my life until reaching my mid 60s and since then good old Medicare has been nursing me quite well.  I have no complaints.

2/19/20
6:51 PM
23

Living on the side of the ocean with healthcare, I’ll probably never get to see one, but I loved the Bronco(s) so much (it was one of my dream American cars, along with the Kennedy Continental, the ‘68 Riviera, and a few others) I’m ready to be disappointed come reveal time, like for the Fuji X100V and the next iPhone Read more