It is time once again for our network to pump out gift guides for the holiday season, prodding you to buy and consume like all the other sheeple. However, no one made a gift guide for us, the people who write Jalopnik. Thankfully, SpeedSource’s auction has us covered. The diesel Mazda6 is for sale, and we’re still…
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Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories you need to know.
I never thought I’d say these words: I now own a 2003 Kia Rio. And my god is it a gigantic pile of garbage that I will thoroughly enjoy destroying in an upcoming video series. But first, the thing has to somehow survive winter-beater duty.
My dad had a Chevette for a very brief stretch in the early ‘90s. Or maybe it was the late ‘80s. The car screamed early ‘90s or late ‘80s.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe droptop 280ZX says it’s on the market because he needs money for college. Let’s see if his pricing acumen means that he’ll ace that Economics class.
Johnny Bobbitt Jr., a homeless veteran who gave his last $20 to a stranded motorist last month, has now purchased a new home and a 1999 Ford Ranger thanks to money raised by the woman he helped.
There are few things I loathe more than shopping for clothes. Maybe dental work and gynecological exams, but that’s it. Buying new clothes lies somewhere in the deepest circle of hell, and cleaning them? Not much better. It’s the extra cost of wrenching no one seems to mention, but I hate it all the same.
Jalopnik as a site will never cease to provide you with only the worst advice, like that bad friend of yours who always replies ‘yes’ to your every ‘should I buy this terrible project car’ text. But how far does this go?
There’s a reason the Dodge Viper is an endangered species. It has no sense of self preservation. It exists in a constant state of imminent eruption, like an unstable star about to enter supernova.
Is the best part of this video the wagging tongue? I think it is. The best part of the video is that tongue.
GTA Online has a giant community with thousands of crews who work together in-game. One crew, Hillbilly Agenda, has a leader who will personally visit anyone in his group IRL, provided they’ve been in the crew long enough.
There’s this Jeep Cherokee that I love dearly—one that I bought for only $600, fixed up using junkyard parts, and drove all the way to Moab, Utah. But ever since that epic trip, the XJ has been falling apart, and now I’m wondering: is it time to send the Project Swiss Cheese to the ol’ off-road park in the sky?
Finally, after way, way, way too long, I replaced the shocks on my car. I would have done it sooner if I had known just how busted my old ones were and how much better the new ones already seem.
You won’t be shocked to learn that the 2018 BMW M5 is fast, comfortable and expensive. But the big M sedan’s switch to all-wheel drive has raised some eyebrows. Rest assured, BMW’s done it well. And they’ve done it much differently than you might expect.
“Real snoozer today,” you type, yawning and searching for the race’s hashtag. As you prepare to tweet it, you begin to wonder: Am I being too critical of Formula One? Not all of the races this year have been more spread out than a strand of broken pearls. But, in fact, they were. You now have numbers to back up your…