The 2022 Honda Civic Si Ditches Its Predecessor’s Two-Mode Suspension—What Gives?

The 2022 Honda Civic Si ditches the previous-generation Si’s two-mode, electronically adaptive suspension in favor of fixed-rate, conventional dampers at all four corners. Why did Honda do away with a feature that delivered both a comfortable ride and capable handling in the affordable, sporty Si variant of the Civic family? 

The New Saloon-Only Honda Civic Si Has Type R Stuff And 197bhp

Sound the forbidden fruit alarm! It’s the new Honda Civic Si, which once again us Brits (and anyone outside of North America) must look upon with longing eyes, knowing we can’t buy one. But rather than sulk, we should take a look at what we’re missing out on. A slightly

More dope on the Mahindra Thar 5-door

The Mahindra Thar 5-door is expected to be launched in 2023. You may be aware that a more practical 5-door variant of the Mahindra Thar is in the making. We can now share some more details of this upcoming variant. The new variant won’t be just an extended version of

What the New Toyota Alliance Means for Torrence Racing’s NHRA Fortunes

The self-contained Capco Constructions Inc./Torrence Racing organization dipped its toe into uncharted waters Friday at Bristol, Tenn. Resolutely independent, the Top Fuel team of three-time champion Steve Torrence and top-five in the Top Fuel points and father Billy Torrence has agreed to a technical alliance with Toyota that will begin

Why The Mustang Mach-E GT Is Great 0-60, Less So In The Quarter Mile

Following the publication of a video test (above) of the Ford Mustang Mach-E GT Performance Edition, the folks over at the Mach-E Forum noticed that the vehicle’s trap speed seemed oddly low. As it turns out, there is a reason for this because the EV only makes full power for five seconds

The Subaru WRX Wagon Is Back After 14 Years Away, But There's A Catch

Wagon versions of the Subaru Impreza WRX were just the coolest. More practical and less showy than their saloon counterparts they were the thinking person’s Scooby. Sadly, after the second-generation ‘GG’ series Impreza died off, so did the concept of a big-booted WRX. Until, that is, today. Subaru has confirmed

How Easy Is It to Use the F-150’s On-Board Scales and Smart Hitch?

‘Fess up, truck owners: How often have you “done the math” to verify payload weight before the front-end loader dumps a bucket of mulch, or a forklift deposits a pallet of paver stones into your half-ton pickup? We’ll bet you’ve never removed mulch or pavers to bring the load into

Subaru Had 2 Of The Hottest-Selling Vehicles In The US In September

Subaru had a rough month in September 2021 because year-over-year sales dropped 30 percent compared to last September. Subie blamed the downturn on the global microchip shortage. However, the brand can celebrate having two of the fastest-selling vehicles in the country for the month. The latest iSeeCars info shows the

Meet the Glamorous Hot Wheels x Gucci 1982 Cadillac Seville

In the late 1970s, high-end fashion house Gucci collaborated with General Motors to introduce a luxury package for the first-generation Cadillac Seville. While GM did not produce any Gucci edition Seville models or sold them directly at Cadillac dealerships, GM authorized the Italian designer to outfit the cars under the

We Learn More About The Lotus Elise’s 2026 Electric Successor

So far only one serious sports car manufacturer has taken up the challenge of making an electric vehicle. We are, of course, talking about Porsche with its Taycan, which is extremely good to drive, in spite of its weight, so how would another fabled name, Lotus, approach the problem of