Its time for all my casual surfing of the used car market to pay off, I’ve decided to get another car. There are so many cars I’d like to have, but budget and circumstances are always in play, and this time is no different. This will be my 21st vehicle, so as you can tell,
I’m at 35,000 feet, no new podcasts, the wifi isn’t working, and I’ve already read the airline magazine. It’s time to go back to an old friend to keep me occupied, the “Dream Garage Game.” The Dream Garage Game is something most auto enthusiasts have played by themselves, with friends at work, over drinks at
If you’re a car enthusiast with a modicum of free time on your hands, I bet you have engaged in the wonderful flight of fantasy that is the on-line car configurator. Any manufacturer worth their salt has a method for you, the buyer/dreamer, to build your own dream car. Some are relatively basic (Ford and
Lead photo by Porsche Porsche unveiled a new model last week that was no surprise to anyone who follows the marque, the Cayenne Coupe. Their entry into the SUV Coupe market with the BMW X6, Mercedes-Benz GLC, and Audi Q8 has been expected. Spy photos of the vehicle have been circulating the internet for months.
Cadillac teased pictures of their new CT5 sedan which will replace the CTS in the lineup (a new smaller version is supposed to replace the current ATS in the future). The car will be unveiled at the New York Auto Show in April. From what I see in these pictures, I have hope for the