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2018 Honda Accord 2.0T Sport Review: Untapped Euro R Potential

2018 Honda Accord 2.0T Sport Review: Untapped Euro R Potential
For years, Honda has teased us with glimpses of the Civic Type R ripping around on foreign soil; a 4-piston piece of Japanese engineered agility and hi-revving revelry with zero interest in sitting on American sales floors. But…

Honda Civic Type R Review: One Fast, Fun, and Functional Hatchback

Honda Civic Type R Review: One Fast, Fun, and Functional Hatchback
What is there to say about the Honda Civic Type R that hasn’t already been said? It’s lightning quick, only comes with a manual and a clutch pedal, can stow all sorts of stuff inside its oh-so practical…
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Acura is Back on Track: Race Cars and Hill Climbs and Turbos, Oh My!

Acura is Back on Track: Race Cars and Hill Climbs and Turbos, Oh My!
I’ll be the first to admit it: I’m an Acura man. My stable currently consists of a first generation TSX Tech Package, which has made for an outstanding daily beater these past five years, and a customized 2007…

2019 Hyundai Kona Review: A Lime Green Crossover with a Twist

2019 Hyundai Kona Review: A Lime Green Crossover with a Twist
The first time we saw the Hyundai Kona, it was being revealed at the LA Auto Show, and while some applauded the automaker’s investment, many people really didn’t know what to think of it. America’s small CUV segment…

2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Return of the Happy Snappy Hatchback

2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Return of the Happy Snappy Hatchback
I’m not going to bang the gavel and proclaim that the Hyundai Veloster is the right option for everyone shopping the sub-compact sport hatch segment, but I will admit that I have long had a soft spot for…

2018 Mitsubishi Outlander 3.0 GT Review: The Road Well Traveled

2018 Mitsubishi Outlander 3.0 GT Review: The Road Well Traveled
The first Mitsubishi that I ever came into close contact with was my dad’s Colt hatchback. Rebadged as a Dodge, the five-door was a daily-driven delight. With a manual gearbox, stellar fuel economy, room aplenty for baby seats,…

2018 Genesis G80 AWD 3.3T Sport Review: Sports and Leisure

2018 Genesis G80 AWD 3.3T Sport Review: Sports and Leisure
Stomp around in someone else’s backyard just to see what happens. Throw the traditionalists for a loop with turbocharged antics and all-wheel drive agility, then back it all up with a jaw-dropping list of standard features for a…

7 Excellent Excuses for Buying a Lexus LC 500 (As If You Needed Any)

7 Excellent Excuses for Buying a Lexus LC 500 (As If You Needed Any)
When first presented with the option of driving the Lexus LC 500 for a week, I damn near broke out in song. In recent years, Japanese luxury automaker Lexus has gone to great lengths in order to distance…

MINI at Mid-Ohio: A Crash Course in Kickass Race Culture

MINI at Mid-Ohio: A Crash Course in Kickass Race Culture
A storm was brewing at the Mid-Ohio race track, and it wasn’t the typical type of gale one might expect to find during the first of the month of May. For years the MINI race team has been…

Quick Cruise: JDM Nissan ePower

Quick Cruise: JDM Nissan ePower
Have you ever seen the film Lost in Translation? The one where a completely washed-up Bill Murray goes to Tokyo in order to ride whatever fame he has left in his sad career by selling his image…

8 Reasons Why You Need to Visit Nissan HQ in Yokohama, Japan

8 Reasons Why You Need to Visit Nissan HQ in Yokohama, Japan
It’s mid-March in Yokohama, and I’m feeling a bit on edge over the weather. The forecast calls for rain, followed by slushy snow, and then a massive mess of sticky-sweet sakura pollen. My sinuses don’t feel up for…

1968 Ford Mustang Fastback LEGO Kit Review: Retro Righteousness

1968 Ford Mustang Fastback LEGO Kit Review: Retro Righteousness
Hot on the heels of our review of the utterly enormous Mercedes-Benz AMG Petronas F-1 paddock by LEGO, with it’s richly detailed shop space and cleverly equipped camera gear, comes a far simpler LEGO kit for auto enthusiasts.…

Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Paddock LEGO Kit Review: One Heavy Build

Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Paddock LEGO Kit Review: One Heavy Build
When I was recently handed some life-changing health news, along with a phone call a few weeks later explaining my grandmother’s passing, I flat-out lost all hope, and everything in my life was suddenly put on hold. The…
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