I saw this beauty in a parking lot in Edwardsville, IL. I have always been a fan of this brand and the Spider in particular—I just wish they had more power.
(Full Disclosure: Mercedes-Benz wanted me to drive the 2020 GLE 350 so badly, they sold my wife one at Mercedes-Benz of Saint Louis.)
I walk my dog every evening—he starts begging at 5:30, but the walk is usually around 8. Tonight I noticed this car under cover in my neighborhood in St. Louis.
Someone traded this in for a E63 AMG sedan.
Seen in Seattle—has to be an Oppo blogger, right?
I’m a Chicagoland kid, who has lived in Minnesota, California, Colorado, and most recently Missouri. But, New Orleans is quickly rising to the top of my list of favorite cities, reaching par with New York, Seattle, and Vancouver.
I love the Porsche Boxster. Porsche does entry level so well.
Yesterday I went to St. Louis Mercedes Benz to pick up my wife’s new car. She ordered it in March, but the factory in Alabama has had long delays on parts & an electrical issue that set back delivery.
My daughter and I walked to a food truck event at the Wild Carrot in Shaw, St. Louis & I saw this beauty. I love the color.
ESPN was a little rude focusing on the Warriors fan with the mustache during the final second.
Lewis Hamilton won for Mercedes-Benz. I watched at my friend Randy’s house where he hosted the Ferrari Club of Southern Illinois & Missouri. It was a perfect day for a car party in St. Louis.
I’m biased, but I feel like it suits her.
OPPOS—which is the best 911 of these three?
Above is my new daily driver, a 328i F30. I bought it from CarMax with cash for my 70 mile a day commute. My goal was to get a cheapish car for my commute in order to save for a third sports car.
I had to let go of my E90 335i last Thursday and now I need to replace it (Background Story Here). I have a long commute at an average of 70 miles per day round trip, which will put a ton of miles on any car quickly. I like BMWs a lot, but I also want to buy a sports car that isn’t a commuter car.
This is a review of my experience following the advice of Doug DeMuro and buying a German Car from CarMax. I think it was good advice.
If you watch the old episodes of Top Gear, you’ll find instances where the actors are completely out of step with how their characters develop over the life of the program, such as, James May chauvinistically talking about what is and isn’t manly. That bit just wouldn’t work any more.
I’ve been reading blogs on BMWBlog, Bimmerpost, and elsewhere and decided to compile the information about the next BMW M3 and M4. Photos are from Car Scoops.