Thursday, February 23, 2017
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Badge Engineered 2018 Buick Gets Makeover

GM's thrice-sold full-sized crossover SUV (first as the Chevy Traverse, then as the GMC Acadia and thirdly as the Buick Enclave) will be "sleeker and more muscular than the current version,"...

Old Muscle Ruled . . . When New Cars Sucked

Muscle cars - the original-era muscle cars from the '60s and '70s - don't seem to be as popular now as they were when I was in high school and college...

Welcome, Super Magnets! (Plus, Stickers In!)

The new batch of stickers has arrived; I'm gonna do my best to get a mailing out before the end of the week. Thanks to everyone for being patient! Also - I wanted...

2018 Chevy Cruze Diesel 52 MPG . . . Read The Fine Print

We're told the 2018 Chevy Cruze diesel will be capable of 52 MPG on the highway. But read the fine print. And then the bold print. Yes, the car will be capable of...

NC “Hero” Drug Warriors Like Drugs, Too

Earlier this week, it was announced that a total of fourteen war-on-drug enforcers, including eleven from North Carolina, have been arrested after a two year long FBI drug sting:,    ...

2017 BMW 740e hybrid

Six figure hybrids make sense like trying to lose weight by having a glass of water with your biggie order of onion rings and triple patty cheeseburger. Maybe it helps a little. But...

GM to Shed Opel for $2 Billion

At least for once GM isn't getting money from the government . . . General Motors and Peugot are discussing a valuation for GM's Opel unit of about $2 billion as the automakers...

Blue Discount for Drunk “Hero”

What do you suppose would happen to you if you were found passed out dead drunk in your car . . . in the middle of the road? Assuming, of course, you...

On the Bill Meyer Show (KMED) 2/17

Here's the audio of my appearance on the Bill Meyer show (KMED) in Oregon. We talked about the possible demise of Chrysler and Dodge and the possible buyout of Fiat by...

A Libertarian Dilemma

Not in my Backyard! But what about when it's in your neighbor's back yard? What is the Libertarian attitude - and response - toward something you don't like being built on someone...
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