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There’s been a gaping hole in the U.S. car market since 1991, a hole that is sorely felt by many enthusiasts but probably barely noticed by most consumers: there are no French cars for sale. As a lover of the quirky glorie that the French bring to cars, it’s exciting to hear that PSA Peugeot-Citroën is considering a…
The modern Ferrari California isn’t just one of the ugliest cars Ferrari has ever made; it’s one of the ugliest cars ever put on sale. It is grossly ill-proportioned and strange. And there’s one reason why this one sold for $438,478.
We bought so many cars, you guys. We bought like, more cars than we have ever bought before. Millions and millions of them! As Automotive News reports, we bought no fewer than 17,470,659 cars and trucks, beating out our previous record in the year 2000.
I would say the most annoying part about automobile ownership is the buying and selling process. Unless, of course, you own a British automobile, in which case the most annoying part is trying to keep water out of the passenger compartment.
The Lamborghini Miura is one of the most valuable, iconic, and well-preserved cars in history. They are owned by rock stars. They are not forgotten. Except for one, hiding in a barn in New Jersey.
Selling a car is hard. Well, ‘hard’ isn’t the right way to put it. ‘Filled with skeezballs and weirdos’ is more accurate.
In a move designed to appeal to millennials (a term now used so widely that it has become practically meaningless), Lexus is trying out a negotiation-free price program.
It has been a great year for the auto-industry. Overall sales are up and people are spending more and more. According to Kelly Blue Book, the average transaction price for a new car has risen to $33,340. That’s a serious chunk of change, but how much car or truck are you getting if you’re dropping that much cash?
Good news, people of Jalopnik! Friday has arrived, and that means the time has come for Letters to Doug, a weekly column where you send me a letter and I read it very thoroughly before deciding that you are a Nigerian scammer.
Want to own the 2005 Honda Accord UFC superstar Ronda Rousey once lived in? Of course you do. On the plus side, it’s the LX model and it’s full of all kinds of Ronda Rousey’s personal items. On the minus side, it needs a transmission, it’s a little pricey for an ‘05 Accord, and she says you can’t jerk off to it.
The trend of record-breaking auto sales continued in April, and Fiat Chrysler was at the forefront of that wave with their best sales month since 2007 (back when they were just Chrysler, ‘natch) and Jeep’s best sales month ever. Turns out the 2015 Jeep Renegade is a big hit right off the bat.
One of our readers, Stephen Abraham, was looking for Toyotas on Autotrader, when he spotted something fascinating. Which, as you know, is not easy to do when looking for used late-model Toyotas. It was a new Camry that was selling for Veyron money — about $2.5 million dollars. That sounds like a lone mistake, until…
There's no such thing as a jack of all trades in the car world. No car can give you everything you want when it comes to style, design, practicality, and fun. But maybe with two cars, you could cover all of your bases.
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When I was a kid, family trips to Europe would always blow my mind — not the architecture, not the museums, not the languages. The vans! They have such tiny little vans!