A recent survey by the Nationwide insurance company has shown some surprising results in regards to cell phone usage among Americans.
OK, not really, but if you win the $100 AMEX gift card going out to one random survey participant via the link below, you'll be part of the way towards buying a plane ticket to head out to Geneva to meet your own Swiss Miss. Or you can just spend some time ogling the "Professionals" some more. Standard contest rules… »
Yeesh. This thing made our brain spin with its litany of stats and demos. But apparently — if we're reading this right — low-income women without a college degree are more likely to see their cars as vaguely human than others are. We'd be interested to see a poll of poor, female tifose with a lack of education. We're… »
We once put a ring on the finger of a woman whose career to date had been customer service. And when she got bad service herself, she was more than willing to complain about it. Rather loudly, we might add. We've also been in customer service. Or cotomer sevis, if you will. We understand when peons are hamstrung by… »
No, that's not a typo. Jaguar took first in a quality survey published by German magazine Auto Zeitung. Sure, it's been the butt of quality-related jokes ("I have a Jaguar, but I drive a...") throughout the past four decades, with some owners reporting their cars just shut down in mid-drive, never to restart again,… »
People often call us LL Cool J, for the ladies do love the cool Jalopnik. You can't take away our radio, and beat is for Eric B. and us as well. But when Road and Travel magazine surveyed members of the distaff gender as to which cars were sexiest, there was no mention of any of the vehicles owned by we Jalops… »
Britons are chuffed that four of the top ten most satisfying cars available in Blighty are built by British hands. The cars? The Honda Civic, Toyota Avensis, Toyota Corolla and Jaguar S-type. And let's see, Honda and Toyota are Japanese, while Jaguar's owned by Ford. Yet What Car? editor David Motton has the gall to… »