It's a simple recipe: two doors plus a top that goes down equals an instantly desirable vehicle. The worldwide car industry has been following this lead for decades now, arguably starting the trend with the gorgeous Mercedes Benz 300SL roadster and continuing on through today's Jaguar XKs and Mercedes SL
The 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt SS follows a tried and true formula of taking a small an unassuming car and dropping a powerful engine into it. The Super Sport (SS) label of the Cobalt was sold from 2005 to 2010. It started out with a Supercharged motor, then went naturally aspirated
The 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt SS is a modern collectible.
In this TFLcar Feature we review and evaluate recent cars that we think one day will be collectible classics.
First we check out the 2009 Chevy Cobalt SS with the 260 HP Turbo-Charged engine.
What makes this car unique and why will do we
The Husqvarna TE-450 is a dual sport Motorcycle that is at home both on the Dirt and on the Road.
With a 449cc liquid-cooled engine that produce 46 HP the Husky has plenty of power to both keep up with traffic and to take on the steepest dirt road or trail.
What can be better for a car aficionado than carving a mountain road in an open roadster on a pleasant sunny day? While almost any convertible would make such a drive enjoyable; those looking for an extra adrenaline rush of a high revving exhaust note and slamming their own gears
Give us four minutes and we'll give you the scoop.
Is the Lexus GS 350 a sports sedan or a luxury sedan?
In other words, was Lexus able to combine oil and water or (in automotive terms) sports and luxury?
It wasn't too many
years ago $30,000 was the beginning price point for a luxury vehicle.
Now, $40,000 is the standard, and that's where the Acura TL has been
perched for the past several years. The TL debuted with the 1996 model,
was redesigned in 2004 and for 2009 has its third
The all-new Ram is radical–just like the early nineties revamp that saw
the Ram’s sales skyrocket. But it’s under the skin that the revolution
lies this time: a coil spring rear suspension marks a half-ton pickup
first. Is it enough to make the Ram the best 1500 out there?