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I grew up in a really cold place. We had snow and ice and temperatures that got to 40 degrees below zero. And I grew up in the 1970s, which means that besides a few pickup trucks, all cars had one thing in common: rear wheel drive (RWD).Read More »from AWD vs. FWD: Some drivetrains are more equal than others [video]
Thanks to crowded roads and tighter laws, smaller cars have become the norm around the world. Thanks to the human thirst for superlatives and recognition, the Guinness Book of World Records enjoys a steady stream of hopefuls seeking their sliver of glory. But it was one Austin Coulson of Texas who combined these two impulses into a goal of building the world's smallest street-legal car.
Pope Francis has already made headlines for choosing a five-year-old Ford Focus as his preferred papal transportation, part of a public emphasis on thrift and poverty. But last weekend, the pontiff expanded his garage with the addition of a 29-year-old sedan with 186,000 miles as his personal car. It's too bad Click and Clack retired before they could take a call from Vatican City.Read More »from Pope Francis’ newest ride: A 29-year-old beater with 186,000 miles
You can’t beat fun for a good time. And you can’t beat a really fun car for less than $35,000. No matter how fun your Ferrari 458 Italia is, no matter how great your Lamborghini Aventador makes you feel, anyone who is larking about with a $27,000 grin-mobile can look at you and say: “I bought this with what it costs you to service your brakes.”
At least that’s what I’d say.
So with that in mind, here’s our list of top five fun cars under $35,000. (Why $35,000? It just seemed like a sensible number that had at least five cars that make me smile).Read More »from Top 5 most fun cars to drive under $35,000
What defunct performance car do you want to see revived the most?