Toyota C-HR, the spiritual succesor to the defunct Toyota Urban Cruiser. Urban what? That’s what I thought. And yet the Toyota C-HR has sold more than Twisted Sister’s concert tickets, with the clientele being about the same age. But is… Continue Reading →
Like any true european, when I see a large mass of people gathering anymore, I go to see what it’s all about. Maybe I get something out of it. A bucket of flour, a free phone, something. But usually, I… Continue Reading →
Some say this car is a failure and you’ll roll over and die at the first gust of wind. Others say it’s all the car you need. All we know is that the Dacia Spring is the cheapest electric car… Continue Reading →
Mercedes ML W166 is the last ML in non-facelift version and Mercedes GLE in facelift version. So, what car exactly am I writing about???
BMW X3 F25, the transition from wheelbarrow with a steering wheel to a posh chariot. If the first X3 was a curiosity, here’s the BMW X3 F25, rolled out of bed, dressed up, and showed up.
Many consider the BMW 5 Series GT to be the ugliest BMW of the modern era. They prolly never heard of the E65. Personally, it’s my favorite BMW and the irony is that the BMW 5 Series GT is the… Continue Reading →
Some would say that’s blasphemy. Others would say it’s industrial sell out. I say they’re confused because the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer I and the BMW 2 Series are as related as Haylee Baylee is to work.
After a Survivor-worthy experience, BMW has succeeded and come through for the most expensive car it makes. BMW 7 Series F01, the official “second time I don’t do it again” car.
Whoever invented the insult “is that thing on your neck a face or a butt?” was most likely thinking of the BMW 7 Series E65. BMW E65, the most hated modern BMW until the M4 arrived.
BMW 7 Series E38, the end of an era. A car with many innovations and new things but also a car that sings the final hurrah for many other things. Like Oreste, the BMW 7 Series E38 was a car… Continue Reading →
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