You’ve got $25,000 to spend, you want a sedan, you want good solid technology, your kids aren’t short so that back seat has to be a real one and you won’t get in anything that has less than a four star safety rating. So obviously you find yourself in the Hyundai Elantra. It’s an unfussy car.
Remember a couple of days ago when I was all, “I love my kids and I want to spend time with them.”? Well, that was a few days ago & I still love my kids but I am about to abandon them for three days and I’m totally okay with that. It’s AUTO SHOW TIME.
When you drive the Kia Cadenza around Los Angeles you’ll get a lot of questions. What IS that car? What does it feel like? Is it expensive? I didn’t know Kia made NICE cars. I answered like this: It’s a Kia Cadenza. Like a BMW with a Japanese suspension. Not particularly for what it is.
A few weeks back I was on the freeway behind a 2014 Honda Accord and couldn’t keep myself from delighting in the new clean lines it sported. In 1987 my grandfather bought me a Honda Civic sedan and my mother had an Accord so I have an otherwise inexplicable affinity to the brand. I remember driving mine
A little over a week ago I was driving (okay parked) on the freeway behind a Honda Accord Coupe and it caught my eye. Can I just say that I love the look of the new Honda Accord coupe? — Jessica Gottlieb (@JessicaGottlieb) August 1, 2014 I loved the look of it. So
MR. G: We always say next year I’ll get a good car and I still don’t have one ME: You have a good car. MR. G: I want to look at a Porsche. ME: Okay, can it wait a year? MR. G: I’ve waited a year, the kids