The 2013 Washington Auto Show is always a big attraction for fans of anything on four wheels in Washington DC. In recent years it has been the showcase for green technologies as they pertain to the automobile. While that was
With the commencement of a brand new year and the announcements and fanfare just starting for some of the new 2014 models that will be hitting the new car showrooms as early as this spring and summer (while most will
How do you know when an auto marque is on its way to extinction? When that auto marque no longer offers a good modern flagship car. That’s what happened to Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Mercury, and Plymouth before the plug was pulled.
In the past, Nissan has done a good job delivering the performance goods to its customers. In fact such a good job, arguably you could call Nissan – Japan’s performance automaker. Everything from the sporty and quick Altima to the
Ownership of a full-size rear-wheel drive V8 powered four-door luxury car was once an aspiration held by many. After World War II, the U.S. Economy boomed allowing many Americans to buy luxury cars. Cadillac, Lincoln, and Chrysler flourished selling as
With the 2010 Mustang GT, Ford had a great all-around performance package. The tire burning acceleration was there – along with fantastic handling, braking, and steering. All of this was wrapped up in one great looking – newly updated for
GM is well known for making some colossal mistakes. No mistake has plagued GM more than its decision to go to front-wheel drive on most of its cars many years ago. This decision strangled Cadillac for at least twenty years.
Ah the Ford Mustang, what more can be said about this magnificent automobile? The Mustang back in 1964 created the “pony car” segment and it has been golden ever since. Well almost – from about 1974 to 1981 there were
In the 1960s and 1970s while American automakers were fixated on two-door muscle cars, European automakers like BMW and Mercedes were producing sporty four-door sedans that could accelerate quickly and handle like sports cars. Upon its release, the four-door 1968