All having 600 or more hp. I don't need that much power, but your mileage may vary.
Yet another reason why some people don't have to go to college.
. . . top-level technicians in the field can earn $100,000 a year after achieving master mechanic status and five years of experience.
A Mercedes and a Lexus make the list.
I'd like to have as many safety devices as they've got, but I think I'll wait a few years until they migrate down into cars more in my price range.
Video consistent with what I've seen elsewhere: you should get out through the window real darn quick. (I use "you" advisedly. I'm almost certainly not fitting through the window.)
Anybody want a Buick Lacrosse? How about a Buick Cascada? O.K., final offer: a Buick Verano (the one advertised by Peyton Manning).
The vibrant love between car and man that inspired an entire culture of auto devotees now seems to be dwindling. The gear-head enthusiasts will always motor on, I am sure, but what happened to the average American? Simple respect and appreciation for the metal beast has shifted to sheer disinterest in cars. The following is the sad, draft-obituary of America’s car culture . . .
A Lambo, a '56 Silver Cloud, and four others.
This doesn't seem to have been smart marketing:
The film, however, did not benefit from the official support of the Porsche brand.