I think in light of what the car market typically wants to buy (larger cars, SUVs and trucks) that it is still a very respectable number. Especially once you consider that these cars have higher than average cost and most buyers don't seem to understand what Return On Investment is or simply don't have the cash… » 1/23/15 10:02am Friday 10:02am

If you were to believe owners, you'd think the Starion was a great and competent track car... it's not. Body roll that is on par with a listing ship, hardly any feedback through the steering, insufficient caster to keep wheel camber in check, grossly inadequate brake cooling and a questionable engine oiling system. » 1/19/15 12:25pm 1/19/15 12:25pm

The article on their site points out that the engine can still be clutched to direct drive. In all honesty, there's no reason not to do this as direct driving the engine is more efficient in certain conditions than trying to send power through the motor/generator system. It appears that the car only direct drives the… » 1/16/15 1:05pm 1/16/15 1:05pm

Seeing as how the tire was spinning and appeared to be stable, I'm going to go on a hunch and say it was mounted before departing ways with whatever rig it was on. Otherwise just falling off will typically cause it to tumble. Based on the wheel pattern and type, I'd guess it was off a large pickup, but the tread… » 12/23/14 11:48pm 12/23/14 11:48pm

What's amazing is people make purchase decisions on the price of gas with what appears to be very little consideration for what the price will do a year from now. The sudden up-tick of truck and SUV sales when gas hits $2.00 a gallon kind of shocks be when it was $3.50 only a year ago. Do they really think the price… » 12/23/14 9:44am 12/23/14 9:44am

I would say that as a household, your car is green. In a sense you're basically crediting yourself Kilo-Watts during the day when the solar panels are producing power and then cashing in those credits at night when you charge the car. » 12/16/14 1:19pm 12/16/14 1:19pm