buying High MPG, Big Fun, Low Price: Window Shopping with Car and Driver
2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness Review: So This Is Why Everyone Buys Subarus
2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness Review: So This Is Why Everyone Buys SubarusKristen Lee opened her Subaru Crosstrek review in a similar fashion so I'm not the only one who noticed. There's gotta be a good reason for the popularity, especially considering not all the Subarus I saw were new. A lot of them were, but not all of them. Some were old, some were beat-up, a lot of them were modified, but all of them had some sort of bumper sticker proudly proclaiming whatever the owners were into. Folks just really love their Subarus, whether they're sedans, wagons, or SUVs.
Staring downthat seem to rise with every passing moment, even those of us blessed with corporate fuel cards are a bit spooked. Maybe fuel economy really does matter.
But fun always matters. So, what’s a good fuel-efficient car that still packs some fun? That is the challenge of this week’s episode of the nearly weekly Window Shopping with Car and Driver. Join editor-in-chief Tony Quiroga as he tyrannically forces his underlings to choose cars available for under $25,000 that pack both stingy fuel economy and a few smiles into one compelling package.
Be calm. No one picked a. But three Hondas, a Nissan, and, naturally, a Cadillac were the uncovered gems in this mélange of Zoom-misery. This week’s starting grid includes something-something-something tech dude K.C. Colwell, yadda-yadda-yadda enthusiast Joey Capparella, new guy Greg Fink who is now in charge of yo hubbadah, and Road & Track’s senior hospitality hostess, John Pearley Huffman. It’s a riot of bad takes presented with the absolute confidence of lunatics.
How I Made Almost $1,000 Fixing and Flipping a Mazda 3 With a Sticky Dash
How I Made Almost $1,000 Fixing and Flipping a Mazda 3 With a Sticky DashThe CarBibles.com crew will soon be part of The Drive. Stay tuned for more project cars, DIY tips, and useful automotive advice from these guys here soon.
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Tested: 2022 Toyota Prius Prime's Time Has Come and Gone .
Plug-in hybrids are no longer novel, and most have now surpassed this pioneering Toyota.The Prius Prime launched as a 2017 model, and in the five years since it hasn't changed much. The Prime is marketed as a separate model from the regular Prius, and in addition to its modified powertrain, it has slightly different—but equally bizarre—exterior styling. Back when Toyota was designing the Prime, it evidently was taken with the idea that a key element behind the Prius's popularity was its outside-the-mainstream appearance.