“The LaCrosse is arguably the most attractive car in the Buick lineup right now” - Philippe-André Brisson, GM Canada
Remember the red Lexus drifting around in the snow on Jalopnik? Yeah, well it ended up in a ditch. We had to pull it out, and thankfully, we had this Acadia lying around to help.
Just do it. Make all cars as radical and in your face as the upcoming Honda Civic Type R. I saw this thing in person and, well it’s insane. Also, I don’t know about you guys, but I’m freakin excited about the fact that we’re finally getting a Type R in North America. We haven’t had one since the Integra Type R of the…
Hooray, a car! Finally, I’m not behind the wheel of another god-awful crossover. When Subaru Canada cancelled my reservation to drive a manual Crosstrek and replaced it with a CVT Legacy, I frowned.
You’d probably think that because I live up here in Canada, that I was born in a frozen lake and take part in hockey games wearing only a pair of boxers and mittens.
So Nissan sells a Star Wars Rogue One edition, Nissan Rogue. Of course, Myle and I were invited to a special VIP screening of the movie for the launch of this special edition vehicle. Because that’s the kind of stuff that happens when you start writing for Jalopnik. You get invited to places.
Yes, that’s the 2017 Honda CR-V. It’s powered by the same 1.5 turbo engine as the Civic, and uses the same excellent CVT transmission. Honda promises more space for your crap and your kids than ever before.
Chatting with Ike the other day on Untitled Car Show Podcast, I mentioned how I was disappointed with what BMW has done with the Mini brand.
DriveTribe. If you’re a car addict and you’re still not on there, you’re missing out on the good, juicy stuff.
Of course, I don’t have the budget to fill up a press pickup with heavy boulders or strap a fancy 5 000 lb trailer onto it like they do over at Motor Trend to see if can actually truck.
Oh man, I’m so addicted to Volvos these days. With the arrival of the S90 sedan and V90 wagons, Volvo is showing the entire world how Chinese money should and must be spent.
Reading the 2017 Nissan Pathfinder’s press kit really made me laugh. I have never seen the word “adventure” be so abused.
For those who read my last post about why Hyundai won’t lend me press cars anymore, you’re all aware that I now have access to a racetrack to hoon my cars.
Automotive journalism is a double edged sword. On one side, you’ve got the glamorous, sugar-coated lifestyle of driving cars, writing about them, and being read by millions of people.
Of course I didn’t. But you clicked right? Would you have been interested if the title read “2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid Review”?
Ok guys. You asked for it. Here are the best pictures of me exiting cars like a Bad Ass Motherfucker (BAMF).
Hello Kinja car community, I hope you’re all doing well and making sure your lives are constantly injected with car related events, objects, and adventures.
Porsche is one of those rare carmakers that spawned an entire generation of kids to care about cars. For most automotive journalists, reviewing a Porsche is the ultimate bucket list event.
I’m happy that cars like the Chevrolet Volt exist. Because although we’d all love to be driving around in pure electric Teslas, they’re not exactly affordable for common folks like you and me, are they?