Earlier this week, Roman and Michael counted down the top 10 fastest cars of 2017. However, we realize that those cars, while certainly impressive, are very hard to get a hold of. Furthermore, there are very few places in the US where you can legally and safely go 200 MPH+.
The minivan market in the States has been declining slowly for awhile, but that won't stop the three top dogs in the market (Toyota Sienna, Chrysler Pacifica, and Honda) from selling hundreds of thousands of them. Even as three-row crossovers and SUVs continue to grab more buyers, minivans won't go
The day of reckoning is at hand for these cars.
Some cars burst onto the scene perfectly attuned to the times. Serving up fresh ideas, neat features, or sheer visceral thrill - most cars on this list scratched the itches of eager buyers when they debuted. However, nothing lasts forever, particularly
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Sometimes, you just need a bit more height.
Here in Colorado, the highest peaks are glistening under freshly fallen snow - a timely reminder that winter is imminent. As summer days give way to cool autumn breezes, breezes will give way to frigid seas of powder. It behooves those living in
The Honda Fit is in its third generation, and since its introduction in the early 2000's the entry level Honda has earned a reputation as a fun-to-drive versatile platform. The current model is now three years old and according to Honda is the second best selling car in its segment.
Honda announces details on the Clarity Electric as part of the Clarity Family. But with only 89 miles of range, should we have expected more?
On TFLcar Today
Recently revealed as The Stig on Top Gear U.S., TFL's resident racecar driver Paul Gerrard puts the all-new Honda Civic Si up against a 2016 VW GTI at our mile-high racetrack in a Hot or Not showdown. Here's how the two hot hatches stack up.
2018 Honda Civic Si
Say It Ain't So!
Around this time every year auto manufacturers announce which cars will cease production and go off onto the scrap heap of history, kinda like TFL's beloved Pontiac Aztek crossover. However, these manufacturers don't always make it clear why they are going to stop making said vehicles, although the