Yes, folks, I bought a $300 motorcycle off Craigslist. It was a risky move, and one that required nearly an entire year worth of wrenchin’. It was a trying ordeal, and I wouldn’t recommend it to the faint-of-heart, but what I learned from this junker I wouldn’t trade for the world.
I'm not saying this is a good thing to do, or even something you should even consider at all. But for some of us, there may come a time in our lives when we need to stuff a living person in the trunk of a car. Sometimes things just escalate, okay? You've just gotta be cool and roll with it and then make sure your…
Lexus is not a company that is prone to cutting corners when it comes to promoting its products. Case in point: Their TORI 500 campaign for the new GS sedan is literally formed around Sports Illustrated swimsuit babe Tori Praver.
The Buick Regal GS gets 270-hp, 295 lb-ft of torque out of its 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine for a wheel-twisting 135 hp-per-liter, giving it the highest "SAE certified" hp-to-liter ratio. Unfortunately, all that power still gets pushed through the front wheels.
This Car and Track test is a bit of a departure from the vintage "super car wring-outs" we are used to from the show. Instead of a muscle car with a little bit of luxury, the 1972 Buick Riviera GS is a luxury car with a little bit of muscle.
Mongoose Motorsports produces an unauthorized replica of the legendary 1963 Corvette Grand Sport. GM doesn't like that. They're suing the Ohio-based company for trademark and IP infringement claiming irreparable damage done to the Corvette brand and their bottom line.
Say hello to the Buick Regal GS Show Car, or "Show Car," as it's a look at the 255HP, high-pressure turbocharged, direct-injected four-cylinder, all-wheel-drive, six-speed manual Buick Regal GS absolutely everyone is expecting GM to build.
Toyota's taken a Lexus GS, dropped on a bunch of F-Sport accessories and painted it a metallic brown for SEMA. The car looks the F-in' part, although no word on whether the engine upgrades are F-sporty. Still, it is brown.
The 2010 Corvette Grand Sport accelerates a touch faster than a normal 'Vette, handles and stops a little better than a regular Corvette, but GM's thinking 50% of sales will be the GS. Why? It's all about the parts list.
We don't speak Cartoon French around here, but it's pretty clear what's going on in this edition of Classic Ad Watch: the hapless shaddock makes the mistake of attempting to drive a car equipped with a spring-based suspension, is hurled into a tree and suffers head and leg injuries as a result. Better to drive a…