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With summer right in the thick of things, it’s a great time to enjoy a vacation that begins with a long drive.
The Inquirer design staff aren’t all that enthused about me right now. I can normally give them nice pretty photos of the cars I am lucky enough to drive.
Truth be told, the Honda Pilot isn’t for everyone. It isn’t going to potentially steal sales from the likes of the Montero Sport, Toyota Fortuner, Isuzu MU-X, and Nissan’s upcoming Terra, their SUV based on the Navara.
Back in late 2003, I saw a message posted on one of the popular automotive forums asking if someone would be interested to write about cars for a magazine.
A recent discussion in an online group we had concerned the modes available in modern cars.
Ah, the eponymous (pardon the pun) Mustang, which helped kick-start an entire segment in the automotive industry.
Summer is here! It’s the season for long drives, beach trips, and adventures.
Car culture, as it is universally known, evolves over time, dependent on the needs and situation of where it is located.
There’s a lot to like about Audis in general: handsome design both inside and out, an airy cabin, comfortable driving position, and excellent driving dynamics.
How does one really decide on what tire to buy, all being round, black, and made of rubber.