It’s that time of year when everybody is feeling generous, and people like your mailman are leaving holiday cards in your mailbox to remind you that they’d really appreciate a few bucks for the service they’ve provided over the course of a year. The people you often don’t think about, though, are the people who […]
Over the years, the “Craftsman” name has been synonymous with hand tool quality. Recent developments, though, have challenged that perception in a big way. If you’re looking to build a comprehensive starter set for the DIY’er in your life, is Craftsman still the way to go?
Digging around the innerwebz for a few vintage automotive holiday photos, we stumbled upon this absolute goldmine of photos. The cars are cool, but what they say about the time and the location is just perfect.
If you’re from where salt appears on the roads in the winter and you’ve perused the Craigslist ads for older cars in the Northwest, you’ve probably been green with envy at their lack of rust. That’s what’s so remarkable about this Porsche 924, which was stolen in 1991, that was found by a hiker earlier […]
The least surprising news ahead of the LA Auto Show this week was the introduction of the Subaru Ascent — a three-row, mid-size SUV and the biggest vehicle Subaru has ever produced — but the way the company introduced it was eye-opening. Subaru of America president and COO Tom Doll appeared on stage with a […]
While you’re supposed to be working you’re buying holiday gifts this Cyber Monday. They say it’s the thought that counts, but if you put this kind of thought into a gift for your car friends, maybe you should just stick to cards and holiday form letters.
There are jobs you want — Astronaut. Fireman. Wonder Woman. — and there are jobs you don’t. It’s good that Nissan Technical Center North America in Michigan has Rosie, a robot that does nothing but slam doors all the live-long day.
From the Obvious File: Our friends over at Car Talk alerted us to a question from one of its forum members, who purchased a Jaguar XK8 which is — you’re going to want to sit down for this — having mechanical issues.
For the automotive industry, 2018 is what Major League Baseball would call a “rebuilding year.” Most of the major introductions this year are evolutions to current nameplates. There are only 11 brand new cars with new names this year, and almost all of those names leave a bit to be desired.