No one wants a sluggish car, but for years we have been told quickness comes at a high price. Why is it so many cars only come with a zero to sixty mph stat if the car is built with high performance parts and an equally high price? What we simply want in our car […]Read more "Quickness at a Reasonable Price"
Ever since the announcement of the GT-R and its NISMO parts making a super car that can actually take down the Corvette Nissan has been looking to see where else they can do this to their lineup. The Juke is a target vehicle with the Juke-R Nismo to give the smallish crossover some awesome power […]Read more "Nissan Says “NISMO Everywhere!”"
When the Honda Civic was first unleashed on the scene of North America you would never have thought a car company from Korea with basically generic styling would ever offer anything that would compete. Both Honda and Kia have come a long way since those first days which are farther gone for Honda than Kia […]Read more "Kia Forte vs. Honda Civic"
Strange as it may seem, when a company has both a mainstream brand and a luxury brand under its umbrella of responsibility sometimes one of the brands gets left out of the fun. With the anticipation of the Acura NSX that will be a serious player on the luxury sports car stage we haven’t heard […]Read more "Don’t Leave Honda Out"
When you hear someone yell “check this out” you typically turn and look, trying to figure out what has been called to your attention. With the new Shelby GT 350 and GT 350R engine there is really no figuring out, but simple amazement. Car guys and gals have check out the power plant inside these […]Read more "A Must Look at the Ford Mustang Shelby GT 350 Engine"
The Nissan Maxima nearly went to the dinosaur graveyard and wasn’t renewed for 2016, but its back and better than ever, giving you an awesome car to enjoy. This car is still a four-door sports car and even leaves you with no question of that truth with the4DSC which is hidden in the headlights and […]Read more "2016 Nissan Maxima: Still the Right Car"
The carburetor has been a part of the internal combustion engine since the beginning of automobiles. Carburetors are made to push the gasoline and air into the engine to give the engine the best performance ever and the first practical carburetor was developed by Carl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler in the late 19th century. Several […]Read more "A Tuner’s Dream: The Weber Side Draft Carburetor"
Most vehicles used to be rear-wheel drive, but for several years now, coming out of the 1970s, a vehicle with front-wheel drive was typically cheaper and less expensive to maintain, making them popular. Not only have they been lower in the price, but front-wheel drive vehicles have a reputation for being easier to drive […]Read more "Front-Wheel–Drive Power: Is There Such a Thing?"