Ah, the Dodge Demon. It’s all the angst of internet memedom distilled and tamped down into an 840-horsepower Challenger. A street-legal superlative. Only two questions remain: Who’s buying it and what’s it for? Mr. Regular might have the answer.
Imagine a biofuel-powered self-steering semi-sentient vehicle that could go through fences and reproduce its own exterior coating. You don’t have to! It’s real! It’s a sheep!
Looking for a good SW20-generation Toyota MR2 on Craigslist is a tough job, as it’s a virtual minefield of failures and sadness. But this bright blue one built by Prime Driven isn’t. It’s a little gem with 270 horsepower at the crank, and here’s how they did it without blowing up.
What do you do with a 2001 Mitsubishi Galant that’s no longer road-legal? Hoon it off-road, of course.
“This isn’t supposed to be here,” said old-school American Ford Falcon owner Mr. Regular of the 2006 Ford Falcon XR6 BF he drove in New Zealand. “This car doesn’t exist!” But it does, and it exists in the best possible alternate timeline: the one where muscle cars were designed to bring your friends.
When it debuted, Mazda’s K-series engine was the smallest V6 ever put into production. While it was quickly overtaken and then expanded into a more reasonable 2.0- and 2.5-liters (as opposed to a minute 1.8), it remained almost oddly overbuilt.
Every country has that one regular little teen car. It’s usually somewhat forgettable and always cheap. However, the 2004 Nissan Micra—New Zealand’s version of the teen runabout—is adorable. Regular Car Reviews discovered youth in car form—and sadly not a version of youth the U.S. will ever accept.
Japan has a delightful selection of impossibly quirky or fancy cars that we, as unworthy Americans, do not get to buy new. The 2008 Toyota Crown is one such fancy car that’s aimed squarely at the working culture of Japan, and Mr. Regular of Regular Car Reviews went all the way to New Zealand to drive it.
Yeah, the new Viper (RIP) is nice. It’s sleek and actually good to drive (I’m told). But I’m not interested in that one. I want a first-gen Viper. The one that had no airbags or traction control. That’s the good shit.
Today on Regular Car Reviews, we have the Mazda Autozam AZ-1. One of the least regular cars ever made.
Remember these? Mr. Regular does. The late-2000s model Lexus ISes? Perhaps when you try and recall one in your brain-space, you cannot, for these cars blended so perfectly with their suburban environments that only a blank swatch of pavement at the parking lot of a Whole Foods turns up in your mind’s eye. Ah, but this…
Jalopnik’s TV show hasn’t been canceled yet! Dreams DO come true. And this week, our TV boys head out to rural Pennsylvania to experience the magic of off-roading.
Who doesn’t love a Miata? The zippy little car with the happy headlights and grinning grill is a staple of the enthusiast car culture, and has been for over 25 years now. There is one Miata, however, that doesn’t get as much love. Maybe it should. The NC Miata was produced between 2006 and 2015 and it’s not as pure…
Nothing matters when you have a rental Camaro. It’s surprisingly fast, sure, but at its heart, it’s still a rental car. Get the insurance? Don’t care. Rev the crap out of it? Don’t care. Accidentally call it a Mustang? Sure enough, don’t care. It’s a car that exists to be beaten on, as Regular Car Reviews explains.
The 1974 Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia is beautiful and flawless in every single way. Especially in this blue. My God, the blue.
Harley is losing it with young people in America, and it’s not because the bikes are bad, as Regular Car Reviews explains. It’s because the bikes are un-ownable. They can’t escape the microcosm of Harley-Davidson the brand.
Car meets are wonderful places where the atmosphere is relaxed and there are a plethora of enthusiasts and owners to geek out with. Everyone brings their best manners and it’s generally a good time.
Some children dream of Lamborghinis, Aston Martins or Ferraris. Not Mr. Regular. He first saw a Toyota MR2 when he was a boy and has wanted one ever since. Now he has one.