Lots of things change when you have a family. On that list is the type of vehicle you drive. As cool as your little sportscar may be, it’s not going to work for the kids and their friends and their stuff and endless treks across town. Minivans, though not the coolest choice, work for families. […]
There isn’t a vehicle that’s been subjected to more anthropomorphization than the VW Beetle. When the New Beetle launched in 1998, it went through the same phase of having googly eyes and floppy ears attached that the original air-cooled Beetle did its entire lifetime. If you’ve ever longed to own one of these cartoon cars, […]
With every passing year, automotive features that were once ubiquitous are relegated to the scrapheap.
BestRide Editor-in-Chief Craig Fitzgerald is on WBZ-AM 1030 tonight (tomorrow morning?) at midnight with his pal Bradley Jay. We’ll be talking about Volvo limiting their cars to 112 MPH starting in 20202, spring car care, the New York Auto Show and the upcoming Jeep Gladiator media launch.
From the WTF FILES: “Live Free or Die” is the motto emblazoned on every New Hampshire license plate. Maybe “Live Free or Die From a Trailer Coming Loose” is more appropriate.
The New England Patriots are once again in the Super Bowl, which means Tom Brady is in Atlanta getting ready to go for another win. Thousands of fans will be there to cheer him on and if they’re lucky, then they may catch a glimpse of the famous quarterback off the field driving the streets […]
You say you drive a 1988 Hyundai Excel with no air, a busted window and a fender painted with Rustoleum? There aren’t many times you’d feel like a winner, but TODAY IS YOUR DAY, friend.
These days, every suburban tiger mom is driving around with advanced all-wheel drive, traction control and stability control to get through winter. In the old days, battling REAL winter required specialized heavy equipment that looked like it came off the set of The Road Warrior. Let’s take a look at a few of these beasts: […]
No matter the brand, whenever a manufacturer introduces a vehicle in the compact crossover class, the press release inevitably targets it toward “youthful consumers with an active lifestyle.” If you want a compact crossover, but your idea of an “active lifestyle” is your daily hike from the car to the Starbucks counter for a Frappucino, […]