VIDEO: The Second Official Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer

I don’t know what any of you are doing on May 15, but I’m going to be at the theater seeing Mad Max: Fury Road, and I’m going to see it in 3D and get a popcorn the size of a trash can.

Read more

Four all-new pickups will explode the mid-size market

  The mid-size truck market is about to get a lot bigger, more exciting, and a lot more crowded.  The new Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon are already out, and by any measure have been a smashing success.

Read more

Midsize Trucks Accessorize to Draw in the Faithful

Back in the days of wooden ships and iron men, automakers would create endless options sheets for shoppers.  One could add a four-barrel carburetor, a shaker hood, wood trim for the exterior and a Landau roof to make one’s sedan special.  Times have changed, and so have our tastes in vehicles. 

Read more

NHTSA Safety Recall Update – March 31, 2015

Here are some more automobile safety recalls from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). This week have a Toyota and a General Motors vehicle. Unfortunately for Toyota and Lexus owners, this week’s recall includes over 110,000 units while the GM recall campaign covers only approximately 50,000. Log onto BestRide.com frequently as we are constantly updating our website with the latest in safety recalls, automotive news and views, and millions of

Read more

Read more

Ride The Waves in This Custom Jeepski

Say you have a Jeep and you love it, but you really wish it weren’t limited to just driving on land. They’re legendary for their off-road prowess, but even that Trail Rated badge isn’t going to let you drive one into a lake without dire results. That’s why you need this custom Jeepski.

Read more

NY Auto Show 2015: 5 Model Names Lincoln Should Revive

Let’s face it, Lincoln: Nobody knows what your products are with that dumb “MK-Whatever” naming convention. If the debut of the Continental Concept tells you anything, it’s that people will talk about a car if they know what it’s name is. For the cost of a bunch of badges, Lincoln could rename all of its vehicles with things that sound better than the “em-kay” names they have now.

Read more

NY Auto Show 2015: Lincoln Continental Concept

Lincoln unveiled its new Continental Concept ahead of the 2015 New York Auto Show, and it’s STUNNING. If it can make it to production — which we hear is a distinct possibility — it will catapult Lincoln from an also-ran purveyor of gussied-up Fords to the premier American luxury brand it once was.

Read more

2016 S302 Saleen Mustang — Hellcat Beater?

The 2015 Saleen Automotive rendition of the Ford Mustang outclasses the inaugural 1984 version by leaps and bounds. Thirty-one years ago the Saleen Mustang produced a sluggardly 140-horsepower. This year’s Saleen Mustang, offered in entry level White label, mid-level Yellow label, and top-tier Black label, tops out at an unthinkable 730-horsepower and 690 lb.-ft. of torque.

Read more

STREETSIDE: A Vandalized 1982 Mercury Cougar Wagon

For one spare year, the Cougar name was applied to the Ford Fairmont wagon. This example was abandoned, and then it was slashed and smashed.

Read more

REVIEW: 2015 Subaru Impreza Offers Good Looks and AWD at a Great Price

The 2015 Subaru Impreza continues to be an economical choice for a compact sedan with all-wheel-drive as a standard feature. This year it received a refresh which made small updates to improve the overall package.

Read more

USED CARS: TOP 10 BEST LUXURY SEDANS UNDER $20K

What is the fastest way to shake things up in your neighborhood? Try driving up in a sedan loaded with luxurious features and a strapping V8 engine. One could easily drop $40 or $50K on a new luxury sedan, then suffer through the agony of depreciation, but why do that? For less than half the cost of a new luxury sedan you can purchase a late-model, low-mileage, used luxury sedan.

Read more

Read more