Charles Bravins is a car aficionado who loves anything on four wheels and a big engine (of course). He loves the petrolhead, cultural, Top Gear, The Grand Tour, and most recently farming thanks to Clarkson
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Reliable, comfortable, and stylish, these are some of the biggest automotive bargains you'll find for less than $3,000.
Concept cars are meant to showcase new ideas and gauge public interest, but these interiors prove that some ideas are best kept secret.
We’ll look at five Honda sports cars that left a lasting positive impression and five that we wish the company didn’t take past the drawing board.
Some of these models could have been among the coolest sports cars of their generation, but their interiors left too much to be desired.
Their powertrains were built for manual transmissions, but for some weird reason, the automakers thought an automatic would be the better option.
While some sports cars are reliable enough to be a safe bet even when bought used, others can only be trusted straight from the factory.
Perfectly engineered for crisp shifts, the manual transmissions in these cars will make you feel like you're part of the car you're driving.
Subaru has always released formidable machines, but as far as these 10 Mitsubishis are concerned, Subaru was always the boring one.
Iconic for their affordability and performance, these Japanese cars of the past should be fetching far more money on the used market.
All their success driving on the race track aside, these pro drivers love driving around in their cheap and simple sports cars.
While plenty of celebrities love classic cars, some fail to appreciate their timeless beauty and ruin them with hideous mods.