Until replaced by the lugubrious Del Sol, Honda's CRX played the part of spunky younger brother to the Prelude as the company's sportsters. Today's turbocharged Nice Price or Crack Pipe CRX demonstrates that sibling rivalries can be a good thing.
A-Bee-Em-ination was as far as many of you got in describing your opinions on yesterday's Ford-fouled 3-series. Even a full-court press media campaign, including picture album and website, couldn't salvage the car from its 58% Crack Pipe destiny. That bastard child of Henry and Hans represented one way to chew through tires, and while today's Rising Sun refugee takes a different route, it also spins its tires at a different end.