A former deliverer of pizza, trainer of new drivers and conveyance of fixed-income pensioners, the Cavalier finally bit the dust in 2005.
Toyota proved it could meet North American tastes and have fun with words, too: "Camry" is an anagram for "my car."
It's an expensive list of foibles, but no domestic truck is immune to drivetrain issues. If its sales volumes are any indication, Ford may be
Porsche needed a cash cow, and nothing generates fat profits like an SUV.
With its slab-sided flanks, bunker-sized windows and massive wheels, the 300C is the epitome of badass.
The happiest RX-8 owners are probably those familiar with the idiosyncrasies of the Wankel. For the uninitiated, ownership can be trying.
Governments everywhere are running out of money to build and maintain roads, with fuel taxes having only one-third the purchasing power they did 40 years
The list of positive attributes compiled by happy Epica drivers is on the short side.
Nissan especially could hardly be considered a newcomer. It breached Fortress America in 1959 with its 37-hp mini pickup offering a quarter-ton load capacity. By