Category Archives: Fascination of the Boring
I’m not sure why this ugly not-a-Honda-Accord caught my eye, but it did. Something about the light, maybe.
The US car market is possibly the best in the world, but we’re always griping that we don’t get the high-quality family hatchbacks that are so common in Europe. Strangely enough, we do get the Euro-spec Elantra GT is, and … Continue reading
The 2014 Corolla has lodged itself deep in my brain.
I am on a quest. I am looking to find a link between the 2014 Corolla (and by extension the 2018 Corolla, or the 2020 Corolla) and the 2003 model year Corolla. It’s a stretch, and I may only claw … Continue reading
If you let your brain bake in the sun for a few good hours, it’s very easy to unfocus your eyes on a second-generation Toyota Tercel. The dents pop back out, the 63 horsepower four-cylinder roars and the star trek lines … Continue reading
There is no more middle-of-the-road, uninspiring, uninspired kind of car on the roads today than the midsize crossover. Particularly bland is the Hyundai Santa Fe. Why can’t I take my eyes off of it?
Brown car love has to start somewhere, no? Here’s an early chapter in my personal love story.
As they say, keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the surprising newness of the 2012 Toyota Camry.
It’s a Mercury Lynx GS 5-Speed Diesel! Yes, this Mercury ticks every box and somehow it still comes up short.
This car is generally recognized as the point when the Toyota completely lost the plot with its corn-fed breadwinner, the Camry. No longer built to be as sturdy, dependable, and utterly reliable as possible, the 2002-2006 Camry was all about … Continue reading