The Skoda Yeti is basically a Golf wearing rock climbing shoes that offers more space and slightly better value since it doesn't have a VW badge. But is America missing out on not getting Volkswagen's Czech family car?
"Wear a helmet."
Let's continue with the series of Car & Track reviews provided by Bajabusta. Hang on tight— plenty of tire squealing awaits!
"Apparently, no one told Ford about smog emissions, high insurance premiums, and the new legislation-sponsored safety laws."
Let's continue with the vintage Car & Track road tests with this visit to the race track by the new 1969 Chevrolet Impala. The reviewer seems more concerned with the lackluster 2-barrel 396 than he does with the alarming handling.
Before we North Americans called it a Passat, even before we called it a Quantum, the Dasher was one of the first water-cooled Volkswagens ever seen on these shores. Let's watch another vintage Car & Track review!
You know you're in the Malaise Era when the best quarter-mile times for the wildest street cars money can buy are barely into the 14s. But still, who doesn't want an '81 Aston Martin Volante or BMW M1?
Despite its smiley new face, the 2009 Mazda MX-5 Miata, more than any other car, begs the question: Are you man or mouse? Sadly, it turns out I'm the latter.
According to Congress, Detroit doesn't know how to build cars that the majority of people want to drive. The 2010 Ford Fusion comprehensively proves that it can.
Apparently, it wasn't enough for our Coronet 440-drivin' Czech friend BobAsh to tip us off about some vintage Tatra hoonage or help us out with a Czech Project Car Hell. Now he's gone and found a beautifully restored, Communist-bureaucrat-spec '65 Tatra 603 sedan, shot a ton of quality photographs, and then…