A bomb is made to explode.
I am never going to stop driving. Even when I’m old. Go ahead, call the cops, I don’t give a fuck.
There are a lot of cars we love; F-Type, Type R, but there’s only one car that is supposed to be the go to car for auto journalists; the Mazda Miata. It’s THE answer to life, the universe and everything. However, one of our readers on our most recent What Car Should You Buy made a valid point today. Sometimes, Miata…
David Tracy’s devotion to his Jeeps truly knows no bounds. He was recently feeling a little guilty about giving up a good thing—a very lovely, rust-free 1996 Jeep Cherokee. Even though the XJ had moved on and was having fun with someone new, loneliness and excessive ice cream consumption told dear David it would be a…
I’m going to flat out ignore all of the Mustang comments because, even though it does not get old, I’d like to highlight something that took a little extra effort. Considering I had to drive all the way to the post office because my roommate “didn’t want to answer the door” this afternoon, I’m gonna stick with the…
I’m going to be freezing my royal Rastafarian nay-nays off as I try to wrench on my Jeep Grand Wagoneer in an uninsulated suburban Detroit garage. But at least one Jalopnik reader doesn’t have that problem.
It seems some of you think we need to come together as an editorial team and try to put a stop to David Tracy’s junk addiction, as if we haven’t tried.
In the magical realm where cartoon fantasy and shocking reality cross, the Autozam AZ-1 serves as an excellent visual gag.
The Nissan Leaf doesn’t get a ton of respect. Despite being one of the first modern mainstream electric vehicles, it’s effectively had its thunder stolen—seriously, pardon the pun—by everything from the Tesla Model S to the Chevrolet Bolt. Not to mention it’s routinely ignored by nearly all car enthusiasts.
Dieselgate has been a hell of a financial drain for Volkswagen, so the company has had to find some creative ways to save cash.
Rolls Royce, once the trailblazer of chauffeur technology, thinks automotive autonomy is a gimmick.
Earlier today we published a blog, as we frequently do on this website. That blog asked you, the readers, if you were tired of the SUV boom. Some of you were.
I nearly got a D in Intro to Economics in college (thank you curve!) but even I understood the law of supply and demand. Here’s how it works as applied to the Ford Focus RS.
It’s about that time of day when we start combing through the comments and other notes you’ve lovingly dropped for us to read in the Jalopnik comments section.
Our David Tracy is a Jeep man. You, our readers, get him.
Earlier today, I wrote a blog about the rare problem of bad and repetitive jokes occurring on the internet. Commenters offered some better jokes.
Just the other day I was having an argument with a friend about whether Final Fantasy 8 was any good or not (I think it was) when we realized it’s nearly 20 years old now. Twenty! And guess what, Radwood attendees: some of the prized cars of your youth are but a distant memory for today’s teens, if they matter to them…
Lot of great comments on the site today. Hard to choose one. Also, auto shows are way better when you don’t actually have to be at one.