Fans of obscure 90’s automotive experimentation probably know of this, the tiny V6 powered egg-shaped Mazda coupe. On paper this clicked all the boxes. But Mazda had already introduced a better sportswear, the MX-5 Miata, and the MX-3 was out of the US market after 3 years.
I want to want this Kei Car. But I think I can appreciate it just as much from a distance.
You can tell that Acura has the world’s best feature trade-off algorithm running full-stack somewhere at their HQ in the Minato ward of Tokyo. Their MDX has always attempted to be the best combination of luxury SUV attributes possible; sportiness, space, comfort, technology and design.
The Pulsar is a one-of-a-kind, a concept that was actually brought to market. This is much more of a museum piece as a case study of lifestyle design from the ’90s than a car one would have passion for.
If you want the utility and cool factor of an Audi A4 Avant, but don’t want the reliably issues that come with a product from the VW umbrella, this 2006 Subaru Legacy Wagon might be the best choice for you.
There might not be a more perfect vehicle than the Toyota Highlander. I can’t believe I’m saying this, but on almost every measure, the Highlander excels.
2011 Subaru Outback 3.6L for $5800 near Ashville, Tennessee I’m a fan of buying countercyclically. Right now everyone’s looking for a sexy sports car or…
Just look at that perfect example that captures the best of 90’s design and performance. This was peak for Nissan, a company that always prioritized design and performance.