This seems to be a theme with modified Ferraris. Regardless of what the car is, a car is an expression of the current owner's taste and personality. I may think that it looks terrible, but if they bought the car with their money, and they're modifying it with their money, then cover the thing with purple freaking… » 4/21/14 10:12pm Monday 10:12pm

The nicest 2003 Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec-V in existence: Quick Review

Recently, I had a friend call me up to ask me for a few pointers on driving a manual, and I agreed to meet with him for a little ride-and-drive. He was driving his dad's Nissan Sentra Spec-V, (his car was in the shop after a run-in with Bambi) which he had mentioned before was nice, but I didn't think much of it. » 4/14/14 8:33am 4/14/14 8:33am

For me, a daily driver doesn't have to be that practical. No more than two seats are necessary, and I don't need to haul much on a regular basis. My commute isn't that long, so fuel efficiency isn't a huge concern either. My main concern is something that makes me grin every time I get in it, so if I get whatever I… » 4/10/14 10:06pm 4/10/14 10:06pm

It depends on how the law is written, but according to the MUTCD (the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices) solid white lines do not require you to stay in your lane the way solid yellow lines do. It's a small distinction, but unless there is a local law written to explicitly prohibit lanes changes across a… » 3/20/14 3:57pm 3/20/14 3:57pm

I haven't driven the ST, but I have driven the Abarth and both of the Toyobarus, as well as faster cars, and I think part of the problem is that the BRZ has no sense of occasion when you put your foot down. Having driven an Abarth, yes, it could use more power too, but there's so much sound and fury that it makes… » 3/09/14 10:25pm 3/09/14 10:25pm