Hi Oppo. I realize, a lot of you drive Fiesta ST’s. Well, I am here to add to our growing pile of Fist reviews. After all, how many ST’s do we have with a Cobb stage 3 tune? Not many I am guessing.
No I won’t sit at a red light and rev my engine at you...I promise.
No, it doesn’t have 4-wheel steering.
The Austin-Healey Sprite MKII was produced between 1961 and 1964 alongside the MG Midget MKI. It looks like the later Spridgets while retaining some of the eccentricities of the Frogeye Sprites (no exterior door handles, no windows).
I bought some Hershey’s Kisses Deluxe. Let’s see if it lives up to it’s name.
*NOTE* This is an exact replica of the car we had.
It’s been one month and 800 miles (no, I don’t drive a lot) since I bought my new Mazda6. As you all know, I had wanted one of these since they were first introduced in mid-2013 (as an early 2014 model). I love the style, the look, the driving feel, everything.
Every once in awhile I see someone on Oppo post a review of their car, so I figured with a little time on my hands I would do the same.
So, a little over one year ago I traded my treacherous 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer (literally the worst car I’ve ever owned and I’ve had cars catch on fire. They weren’t as bad as the…
(Full Disclosure: Chevrolet wanted me to test the 2010 Colorado LT V8 so badly they arranged to build and sell it to some old fart who would use it lightly until I was ready to buy, who would then trade it in.)
The clock strikes midnight, your phone starts blowing up with happy birthday posts from people you probably don’t know, and you’re legally allowed to hit the road; not with your nosy father nor your scared mother, but by yourself. The days of not relying on anyone to take you places or taking the bus to school are…
I’ve been torn about my Genesis since it flew off the lot. Back then, I thought it was the best compromise between the two heavy-hitters: a Mustang and a BRZ. Now, I can change its emotion with a coin flip, but I make the odds.
(Full disclosure: There is nothing to disclose. This is my car, and some of you wanted a review.)
I wanted to do a full review, but I'm just too damn lazy for all that, so I'll just give a general description of what it was like to have one of these over 96 hours and 1,300 miles.
Getting to meet your hero. It is something that we all dream of doing. However, most everyone knows that it very rarely works out for the best. So was my case with one of my automotive dream heroes, the Volvo V70R. I began lusting for one after seeing a beautiful example come for sale near me when I first started…
Honda made its name by building great small cars. In fact, they still do. Right? I've spent enough time behind the wheel of my father's 2015 Fit to know enough about just how good or bad a small car it really is.
Nearly a year ago, I impulse-bought a rather forlorn Volvo 850 R station wagon. With undiagnosed engine-electrical issues, and fairly scruffy cosmetics, it was on the edge of being a basket case. I didn't even have much of an idea of what it was, but it was for sale locally, and I was looking for a cheap beater, so I…
August 2009: I was beginning my second (and last) year at community college. The following year was my first at WKU (Western Kentucky University), about an hour or so from home. My vehicle at the time was a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT1 coupe. It was in great condition with me being only the third owner (and I was very…
I can't be the only one who likes readings these. Drop a link to any review you've written in the comments below so we can have a nice little Oppositelock collection.
You didn't ask for it, but I'm bored, so what the hell.
There comes a sad point in most every man's life when they have to settle down and become more practical. The single seater lightweight cart just won't work for you anymore. You've got two kids now but still need to haul and want a bit of fun. What do you do? Trade up into Publix's second cart offering: the RTS Two…