My friends and I spent the better part of the day around that track, and it was a blast. The people that work there are very friendly and knowledgeable...They also want you to have fun. If they think you can handle it, they will suggest you push harder. They do suggest hard braking into the first set of twisties, but… » 3/19/14 11:06am 3/19/14 11:06am

Just some specifics concerning the Hyundai MPG thing. My girlfriend picked up an elantra GT and Hyundai reached out to her concerning the discrepancy. They give her a prepaid credit card at every service interval as long as she has a shop reporting her mileage. This will go on for the duration of her ownership of the… » 12/24/13 11:07am 12/24/13 11:07am

As a 29 year old, not sure where I fall on the generation scale. Plugging my Ipod in IS important to me. I also wanted to own a car with the keyless ignition. That said, I have a current gen gt, and will never use the sync technology, and the bluetooth is pretty bad too. I just can't wait to see what numbers this new… » 12/13/13 10:40am 12/13/13 10:40am

OK, so my cheap side has a question. I keep a FWD vehicle for the winter months and do appreciate snow tires. However I tend to only buy them for the drive tires. My logic is snow tires get you going better, but stopping ability is still extremely limited on slippery surfaces. Are rear snow tires on a FWD really worth… » 12/10/13 11:47am 12/10/13 11:47am

Just an anecdotal thing here. I've had both a new v8 mustang and new camaro. I pretty consistantly got 21-22 mpg out of the camaro (3.42 gears I think) and in the mustang I get 20-21 (3.73 gears). I'd say that's right on par with anything you might compare these cars to...in fact here's a link to what real world people … » 12/10/13 10:18am 12/10/13 10:18am