• Traffic Jam of Buffaloes, Civic Si or Hyundai Elantra Sport GT, New Ford Ranger [TFL Today]

    Buffaloes on the Move

    Last week TFL was in Yellowstone National Park testing the new VW Tiguan when we ran into Yellowstone’s version of gridlock. Like any traffic situation, the only solution is to chill out and take it all in. Click on the video above to see just how these mammoth mammals rule the roads in the park.


    By the numbers: 2017 Honda Civic Si or Hyundai Elantra Sport GT


     Honda Civic Hyundai Elantra Sport GT
     $24,100 $23,500 – $28,200
    1.5-liter turbo with 205 hp,
    192 lb-ft. torque
    1.6-liter turbo with 201 hp,
    195 lb-ft. torque
     EPA: 28 city/38 hwy/32 combined EPA: 22 city/29 hwy/25 combined
    6-speed manual 6-speed manual or 7-speed dual-clutch automatic
    sedan, coupe, 5-door hatch avail. 5-door hatch, sedan avail



    Spied! Ford Ranger Prototype

    The day that the Ford Ranger mid-size pickup truck returns to the U.S. is getting closer. Last week TFL caught what appears to be the Ford Ranger undergoing altitude testing on Loveland Pass along the Continental Divide west of Denver. Check it out for yourself.

    Grant Davis
    Grant Davis
    Grant Davis is the Marketing Manager for TFLcar. Since 2006, he's found himself in the driver's seat of a more than 200 cars, trucks, SUVs, motorcycles, and the occasional watercraft as a longtime writer for Outside Magazine/Outside online and other adventure-oriented media. He's based in Denver and has a love/hate relationship with his 11-year-old minivan.

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    5 thoughts on “Traffic Jam of Buffaloes, Civic Si or Hyundai Elantra Sport GT, New Ford Ranger [TFL Today]

    1. So by the numbers the civic SI is not only cheaper but it offers better fuel economy better upgrades per dollar and better interior and better suited for the track however the Hyundai Elantra gt/i30 has much better looks on the outside would be a better alternative if this was the 275hp euro spec i30 special edition but because it essentially offers less for more money it doesn’t make since to me but it’s a huge step forward so Honda better watch out because if they offer that 275hp Euro i30/gt upgrade at dealer people will say SI who.

    2. I think it also needs to be said that the civic and accord are both made on the same chassis now hint why the civic is so big and over sized.

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