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+.
On this episode of Hot or Not we take the Fiat 124 Spider Abarth to our test track to see if it will be faster than its factory sibling, the Mazda MX-5 Miata. For those who don't know, Fiat and Mazda share the factory where these cars are built. The chassis
“What’s an Abarth?” In the case of Fiat, the Abarth models' name comes from Karl Abarth, a man and a brand synonymous with a host of racing victories. Competition success has always been a significant part of the Abarth story since Karl Abarth founded “Abarth & C” over 60 years ago
It's April which can only mean one thing: The 2017 Denver Auto Show. This year Charlotte and I attended the show to find the top cars around $30,000 for millennials under 30, and boy did we take a differing approach.
From fun in the sun to pint sized pocket rockets, the Denver
In this week's Ask Nathan:
News about Kia's baby SUV (like the Ford EcoSport and Honda HR-V)?
Is Dodge going away?
Will making cars autonomous ruin driving in the USA?
This first question comes from a viewer who is wondering if there will be a Kia baby SUV.
Q: What's up Nathan
The Kia Soul stayed as the top selling subcompact car for December, and had the most sales in its class for 2016.
Kia sold 12,427 Souls in December. The amount of sales far surpassed the second place vehicle, the Nissan Versa, which sold 8,918 vehicles in December. For 2016, Kia sold
The Jeep Renegade is the most popular subcompact crossover vehicle for 2016.
Jeep sold 106,606 Renegades in 2016, which was the highest subcompact crossover sales among its competitors, sales figures showed. The Jeep Renegade also sold the most in December with 12,045 vehicles.
The other subcompact crossovers that were in the top five
What’s in a name? In the case of Fiat, the Abarth moniker, with its iconic scorpion logo, is a highly recognizable symbol not only in Italian performance circles, but worldwide. The name comes from Karl Abarth – a man, a brand, and a name that is synonymous with a host