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Is the 370Z Going to Be Discontinued?

It’s been 8 years since the 350Z was upgraded to the 370Z. Ever since that happened, the 370 has changed very little, at least in terms of appearance. It begs the question, is Nissan focusing on other things? Is the Z about to be discontinued? Continue reading ‘Is the 370Z Going to Be Discontinued?’ »
We’ve all been in situations where the sun is in our eyes while driving. Sometimes it’s right behind the traffic light we need to see. Sometimes it’s centered in the middle of a dead-straight highway. Ugh, what a nuisance, that sun! But seriously, these situations can be dangerous, which is why it’s a good idea to have some know-how. Let’s take a look at some tips. Continue reading ‘Safe Driving Tips: What to Do When the Sun Is in Your Eyes’ »
Dodge went all out to make the brand new Challenger SRT Demon get to 60 mph as fast as possible. It will do it in 2.3 seconds. That’s faster than a Lamborghini Aventador by about a half a second. To make it happen, Dodge gutted the Challenger to reduce it’s weight by a couple hundred pounds and softened its suspension, to name a few of the adjustments. We heard the dragster has no rear seating. Continue reading ‘Mustang’s 0-60 Time Draws Nearer to SRT Demon’s’ »
Honda recently exposed, to the dismay of many Honda fans, that the 2-door Accord coupe won’t be produced anymore. Since the Altima coupe and Camry coupe are also gone, there aren’t many Japanese, mid-size coupes to choose from. Blame the crossovers. Those dang ridiculous boxes of nonsense… OK, they’re not that bad but what are we supposed to do now if we want a coupe, right? Let’s think about it. Continue reading ‘The Accord Coupe is No More. Here’s What to Get Instead.’ »
If it’s your first time buying a car, you might be asking yourself what the difference between American cars and, say, German cars is. The truth is, they can be quite similar. Most vehicles are manufactured using parts from various countries. As well, many cars are assembled in the country where they’ll be sold, rather than in the country where the corporation is based. Continue reading ‘What’s the Difference Between EU Cars and American Cars?’ »


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