People Are Holding on to Their Cars Longer And Those Giant Loans Aren't Helping

The average age of a car on the street in America has increased over the last decade, according to a new U.S. Department of Transportation study, suggesting that people are either buying more used cars or holding off on replacing the cars they already own. Maybe it’s because new cars are worse than old cars and folks…

The Inside Of This High Mileage Engine Proves The Importance Of Proper Maintenance

This turbocharged diesel Skoda Octavia has been through over 400,000 miles of daily-driven torture. Heat cycles, explosions, long hauls, short trips, and years of wear and tear have taken its toll on the car. This Skoda cost 200 pounds. It’s dirty, dusty, grubby, and rusty, plus it’s a bit broken. Given all of that,…

The World’s Cleanest 2003 Honda Odyssey Has An Amazing 246,000 Miles On It

Automotive superlatives like “World’s Fastest” or “World’s Most Expensive” constantly change hands and the titles go to whatever chassis Bugatti sticks a 16-cylinder engine in or a car that Enzo Ferrari may have looked at once in the 1950s. But “World’s Cleanest 2003 Honda Odyssey” is a record that is not often…

Here's How Much Horsepower A $16,000 Dodge Viper Actually Has

Why buy a Chevy Spark when you could buy this used Dodge Viper for less? Usually, it’s because “cheap supercar” really means “immediate and immense repair bills.” But if you get lucky, know what you’re doing and where to scrounge up parts, you might be able to squeeze some decent power out of a fifteen-year-old V10…