The traditional quaff in the winner’s circle at the Indy 500 may be milk, but as today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Chevy proves, the race’s pace cars have to be a little flashier than a plain old bottle of moo juice. Let’s see how excited you could get over this older Indy pacer’s price. According to Kelly Blue Book, the average transaction price for a new car in 2019 is just north of $37,000. Of course, nobody wants to be average and that’s why used cars like yesterday’s 2015 Porsche Macan S—which also happened to be $37,000—are such an attractive proposition. Advertisement Oh sure, the purists may want to spend their Porsche pennies on something a little lower to the ground, but as was pointed out by many of you in the comments, if you’re going to get on the crossover caravan, the Macan is a fine contender in which to do so. That price tag just sweetened the deal with a narrow 53 percent Nice Price win for the … [Read more...] about At $8,500, Does This 1990 Chevy Beretta Indy Pace Car Deserve A Shot?
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Brian’s wife loved her Audi Allroad but it met an untimely end. She is looking for a replacement wagon but wants something a bit more unique this time. She has a fairly healthy budget for an all-wheel drive hauler. What car should she buy? (Welcome back to What Car Should You Buy ? Where we give real people real advice about buying cars. ) Advertisement Here is the scenario: My wife’s 2018 Audi A4 Allroad just had an untimely death at the hands of a late-’90s Jeep Wrangler and we’re looking for a replacement. We love love love loved our Allroad, but are thinking about moving to something different, because as my wife says “there are just too many Allroads in our area and I want something a little more unique.” Now that you’re done laughing about the number of Allroads by us, we live right in Auburn Hills, Michigan so I see E-trons and Allroads on a daily basis. Sooooooo.... here’s what we need. We’re looking for … [Read more...] about I Need A Family Friendly Car That’s Fast And Unique! What Car Should I Buy?
Evan currently drives a brown Audi wagon, but like many of us he can’t seem to stay focused on owning the same car for a while. He’s looking to change it up with something faster that can sacrifice some practicality but still has all-weather versatility. What car should he buy? (Welcome back to What Car Should You Buy ? Where we give real people real advice about buying cars. ) Advertisement Here is the scenario: When it comes to cars I have a short attention span. After 2.5 years, I am selling my 2011 A4 Avant (in Teak Metallic Brown). I purchased the Avant based on its looks and the uniqueness of the brown color. I am ready to move on to something with more performance. Although I love the silhouette of a wagon, I am in my 30s and without a child, so I do not need the space that it affords. I have driven the Tesla Model 3 and enjoyed it, but I don’t know that I’m really sold on the Tesla. Since I like to change things up I will probably lease … [Read more...] about I Have A Short Attention Span When It Comes To Cars! What Should I Buy?
We all love the Hurst Olds 442, of course, but 96% of us thought that a million bucks was just too high for one, last time we had to choose between Nice Price and Booth Numbah Two. Today we've got another beloved classic, and the price is much lower. Is it low enough? Advertisement Ben Hsu over at Japanese Nostalgic Car found this 1,427-mile 1976 Mazda RX-4 for sale, and he was able to control his bouts of drooling and heart palpitations just long enough to send us the tip. According to the seller, the car ended up in storage as a result of a dealer-versus-buyer dispute 30 years ago, and the buyer's recent death puts it back on the market. Check out the velour! The science-fiction steering wheel! "Japanese air" in the tires! We totally want it, of course, but $18,500? What do you think?[Japanese Nostalgic Car] Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement $18,500 for a super-low-mile … [Read more...] about Nice Price Or Crack Pipe: 1,427-Mile Mazda RX-4 For $18,500?
There is a new Jaguar F-Type coming, and while we all breathed a sigh of relief that Jaguar didn’t kill its sports car in an age where everyone wants a crossover, I’m not so sure this new one is an improvement style-wise over the original. Really, the best outcome of Jaguar refreshing the F- Type is that now the best version of it is pretty affordable. Advertisement Historically, I’ve never really been into Jaguars. They have made some classics, but Jags have never really made it on the list of fantasy cars I would like to have. All that changed in 2014 when the brand launched the F-Type coupe and five years later these cars still look fantastic and drive great. Of course, the F-Type can’t stay the same forever, and Jaguar felt the need to update it a bit. Gone is the manual transmission option, and there is only one V8 option, but what strikes me the most is the new face. With the horizontal headlights combined with the air vents in the hood, I’m … [Read more...] about You Can Buy The Best Jaguar F-Type For The Price Of A V8 Mustang