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1962 Ferrari 250 GTE police car

Not Even the Dubai PD Owns This Classic Ferrari Police Car

Police cars come in all shapes and sizes. While the quintessential US cop car is the Ford Crown Victoria, police departments have used a variety of vehicles to fulfill their duties. Pickup trucks, Jeep Cherokees, and BMW M5s have all been brought in to protect and serve. The Dubai police’s fleet, though, includes high-end supercars …
1996 Chevrolet Impala SS

The 90s Chevy Impala SS Was a GM Diamond in the Rough

In the 90s, GM, like the other American automakers, wasn’t necessarily known for quality. True, GM did release some fondly-remembered cars, like the GMC Syclone. But this is long before the days of the C8 Corvette. And one of the cars that suffered most in the Malaise Era was the Chevy Impala. It had gone …
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The Most Satisfying Small Cars Under $35,000

Owner satisfaction is best determined by how likely drivers would buy the car in question again. This doesn’t mean that the car doesn’t have flaws, but that its overall value supersedes everything else. Check out the most satisfying small cars under $35,000 that Consumer Reports’ members would buy again based on offered reliability, safety, and …
2020 Dodge Grand Caravan

The Dodge Grand Caravan Is the Worst Minivan You Should Never Buy

The Dodge Grand Caravan was first introduced way back in 1984. The brand hasn’t done much to improve the model over its five generations. Recently FCA confirmed we would not see any further updates to the Dodge Grand Caravan, and production would end soon. Minivan choices may be dwindling, but they still fill a significant …
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Can You Daily Drive a Porsche Cayman

The Cayman is a popular sports car offered by Porsche, and it is well-loved among the car community. The iconic Cayman styling that has been affectionately updated along the generations has brought Porsche into the newest years with grace and maintained enough of the classical styling we’ve come to know and love from Porsche that …

This Subaru is a BRAT

You read that right, and we aren’t talking about the car’s temperament. The Subaru BRAT is a two-door utility coupe, kind of like the El Camino. The name BRAT is actually an acronym for bi-driver recreational all-terrain transporter and was designed to enter the market as a competitor for other small pickup trucks that were …
1961 Mercedes O319 Omnibus

Want a German Chevy Van? Try a Mercedes Omnibus

In the US, Mercedes is mostly thought of as a luxury brand. Even the brand’s wackier products, like the 6-wheeled G-Wagon pickup and 500-hp R-Class minivan, offer high-end features. But the truth is Mercedes also makes more utilitarian vehicles, like the Unimog, Metris camper, and Sprinter cargo van. Though that perhaps shouldn’t be too surprising, …

What Makes Genesis G70 Great for Families?

Can a luxury sedan really be great for families? ‘Family vehicle’ is almost synonymous with minivan or SUV these days. However, there is a newer kid on the block that has been able to keep up with the competition and surpass them in some areas like style, safety, and value. The Genesis G70 is a fantastic luxury sedan for that …

Can You Daily Drive A Pontiac Solstice

The Pontiac Solstice is an underrated cool and fun two-door sports car that seems to be forgotten by time. They are uncommon enough to make them interesting, but can you make one a daily drive? The Solstice is comfortable The Pontiac Solstice is overall a comfortable car. It wasn’t designed to be luxurious or fast, …
Yellow Pontiac Solstice on display

Biggest Complaints About the Pontiac Solstice

The Pontiac Solstice is an underrated and fun compact sports car usually found as a convertible – and on rare occasions as a hardtop coupe. These bubbly and cute little sports cars are driveable, fun, reliable, and inexpensive to maintain, but owners have a few complaints that make this car a little less desirable. Cast …