The Cadillac ATS had a lot of potential. It was a was an engaging small sport sedan that could give the Germans a run for their money in some areas, but for various and legitimate reasons, it unfortunately never found enough customers. Of course, the best version was the insane twin-turbo ATS-V, and now is the time to…
Hello there, car shopper. Perhaps you are in the market for a sporty sedan. You could buy yourself any number of nice, reliable and sort-of-fun sedans, or you can live on the edge and get something with an Italian flair. That’s because the Alfa Romeo Giulia is already depreciating into tempting price ranges.
It seems many of us aren’t quite out of this winter mess quite yet. So if you are in the market for something fast, luxurious, and Swedish for some late-in-the-year snow hoonage, now is the time to get a great deal on a Volvo S60 sedan or V60 wagon with 300 horsepower and all-wheel-drive.
I’ve gotten a ton of emails from you fine readers regarding the new Kia Stinger GT. Most of them go the same way: “Is the Stinger GT worth the price?” When compared to new cars the Stinger presents an incredible value, but if you look at what kind of used hardware you can get the equation changes a bit.
Despite our best efforts, Chris did not take the opportunity to buy a three-pedal Chevrolet SS when he had the chance. While a big sale on the muscle sedan is currently happening pretty much all the manual cars are gone. What should he buy instead?
Aside from the NSX, Acura these days feels all kinds of “meh.” That wasn’t always the case, as today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Integra proves. Let’s find out if this sporting sedan can still get you revved up about its price.
Christopher has a 2011 Shelby Mustang that by some miracle has not been involved in any Cars and Coffee incidents. Now he has twins and car seats and Mustangs don’t mix well, so he needs something fast with four doors. What car should he buy?
The Alfa Romeo Giulia is a sexy and fast sports sedan that has been off to a bit of a rough start in the U.S. Given Alfa’s history of unreliab—er, quirky cars, the only way many of you would consider one is going the lease route. For less than $300, that Giulia might now be pretty tempting.
The all-new Kia Stinger GT is shaping up to be a serious contender as a legit sports sedan. The Stinger will have similar power and style like the Audi S5 Sportback but come in at a much lower price. By the looks of this video, it seems like the Kia would be more fun too.
There were a lot of great things about the Chevrolet SS, like V8 rear-wheel drive performance with a manual gearbox in a practical sedan package. Its biggest problem, however, was its price tag. Now that it’s on the way out and cars need to be sold, Chevy is clearing out select SS sedans this month with discounts up…
If you are going car shopping this President’s weekend and have a hankering for a V8-powered muscle sedan, this will apparently be the last month your local dealer will be able to order you a Chevrolet SS before time runs out.
Donnie just turned 30 and is an amateur racer. He’s frustrated with the constant glitches in his Ford Fusion that never seemed to be quite right after an accident. Now he’s got $40,000 and wants to upgrade to something bigger with a lot more power. What car should he buy?
If you have $25,000 to spend on a car you have tons of quality choices, but it can be awfully hard to beat a gently used BMW 3 Series. And right now is a great time to pick up a “Jalopnik Special” 3 Series for a reasonable price and plenty of warranty left.
The all new Alfa Romeo Giulia will face serious competition from other European sports sedans. Alfa hopes that by bringing more style, more power at a lower price point, it will steal buyers away.
It wasn’t so long ago that a Mercedes AMG was a subtle but purposeful personal transport. Especially the E-Class, which has always been the most correct size a car can be. Well those days are over. The new E63 AMG sits on 10-inch-wide tires and does zero to 60 in the same time as a Dodge freaking Viper.
BMW will build a total of 200 “Competition Edition” M5 sedans, 100 black and 100 white, with a substantial power bump and a few tasteful decorative bits. Is it special enough to be a viable investment, or would you rather just take it out and just drive the tires off it?
Life is all about compromises. If you have come to the point where you need a midsize four-door sedan, but you want something enjoyable to drive, there are two ways to go: A European sport sedan, or a brand new “sporty” version of a mainstream sedan.