The 2017 Buick Regal TourX gives us some hope for the future of wagons, and today it brings even more good news. Buick says the car will come standard with a 250 horsepower turbo motor, all-wheel-drive, and a starting price that seriously undercuts other luxury wagons.
Getting hosed at the dealership is no fun, especially if you don’t catch it until after you’ve made the purchase. It’s a crappy feeling to realize you paid more than you should have, and while there isn’t often much you can do legally, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try something.
Cars are made to be driven. Now, if you are some ultra-rich collector and you’re going to drop a several million on a Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic to keep as a museum piece, that’s understandable. But for some reason, people are buying common Corvettes just to occupy a parking spot.
Jeff’s marriage didn’t work out as planned, and now it’s just him and his dog. They want to hit the road with the pup for some adventure. The problem is that his Mini isn’t really big enough for the both of them. What car should he buy?
Nostalgia is a hell of a drug and our favorite poison is Japanese sports cars from the ‘90s. But with high demand, and low supply, comes high cost. One Japanese legend stands above them all—the Toyota Supra. A dealer in Connecticut has a bone stock, turbo Supra with only 14,000 miles on sale for a whopping $125,000.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia was supposed to herald the triumphant return of the legendary Italian brand to the American market. Unfortunately, Alfa’s plan to shake up the luxury car game isn’t working out.
The legendary Civic Type R is finally in America, and while it might not be the same car we drove in Gran Turismo, it’s pretty awesome. Honda is reportedly planning even more variants including a harder one, a softer one, and maybe one that will send power to all four wheels.
Buying a new car can be exciting. The chance to score a great deal is especially alluring and right now seems to be the perfect time to buy a car. Car sales are down, incentives are up and used car prices are falling. A good chunk of you should probably hold off for awhile, however.
What we have here is the ultimate fusion of two of the most popular modified cars: the Toyota Supra and Jeep Wrangler. If you ever wanted a rear-drive Jeep with the most legendary turbocharged six cylinder ever to come from Japan, now is your chance.
Eric has had his share of interesting cars, but now he drives a boring crossover that is killing his soul. He needs to get something ridiculous before this whole “being an adult” thing really takes hold. He needs something, in his words, that is “stupid.” What car should he buy?
Despite some solid products, Cadillac has struggled to get traction in the sedan market. But people are crowding the showroom to see a car prominently featured in the automaker’s ads: the Escala. The only problem is the Escala is not for sale.
Dave is a physician who has been working and saving for a very long time to finally fulfill his dream of owning a legit supercar. He isn’t too picky except for one key feature: it’s got to have a V12 engine. What car should he buy?
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
If you’ve ever bought a car or had service done at a car dealership, you know that soon after the transaction you’ll get a phone call or an email asking you take a survey about your experience. But if you give a bad survey, can it come back to bite you later?