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Cheap Cars Are Best Cars

Green arrows are shown with prices for used vehicles under $20k.
If you’re a long-time reader of my work, as you should be, then you know this about me: I don’t like to divulge personal details about myself or give my opinion when providing a clear, concise, and unbiased perspective on the auto industry. Today, however, I’m tossing such formalities aside as I now write about something that is very...

Biden Abuses Authority to Combat Car Emissions

Joe Biden is shown next to a car exhaust.
Friends and readers, if there’s one thing the mainstream media refuses to talk about on a consistent basis, it’s President Biden and the things he’s doing against the auto industry. Turn on any channel with a news program, and you’ll see them discussing budgeting, policymaking, all sorts of other nonsense, but you’ll never see images of the auto industry...

Auto Start-Ups Face Critical Name Shortage

A sticker at a used car dealer says 'hello my name is shortage.'
The recent surge in the electric vehicle market has created a run on the valuable resources vital to the industry's growth. These include the expected technological building blocks––lithium ion batteries, microchips, and the like––but it's one of the less concrete components that has manufacturers scrambling to stake their claim. As new all-electric brands like Byton, Lordstown, Nio, and Rivian...

Kanye Hacks The Lemon To Sell Used Trucks

Kanye West hacked an article about the 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 ZR2 to convince readers to buy his trucks.
Editor’s note: While we had hoped to bring you an article on the 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 ZR2, we regret to inform you that our website has been hacked by rapper/designer/professional jackass Kanye West, who has rewritten this piece in an effort to sell his own fleet of used vehicles. We hope to regain access to our website’s backend...

Climate Conference Has Brands Envisioning Greener Future

Bicycles are shown during a sunset near a Kia dealers logo and recycle symbol.
While largely devoid of any concrete changes or commitments on a governmental level, the recent COP26 climate conference has given some auto manufacturers a renewed interest in pursuing green initiatives. These brands have been hard at work in the R&D labs, busily envisioning a greener automotive future that drivers might soon see reflected on the lots of Kia dealers....

What Does “BMW” Mean?

Three used BMW logos are shown on a blue background.
We’ve all been there: one minute you’re trying to find the best deal on a used BMW, and the next moment you’re so deep into the Internet’s darkest layers of perversion that you’ve forgotten what the sun looks like. You’re wondering who you are, how you’ve gotten to this point, and how long it will take before federal agents...

The Truth About GM CPO Vehicles

A mechanic is shown checking off an inspection list at a used GM dealership.
The auto industry is like Vegas: the odds are never in your favor, the house always wins, and the hookers don’t actually like you. In an effort to come up with new ways to make you feel like you’re winning, even though you should’ve walked away from the table two hours ago, car manufacturers have created Certified Pre-Owned (CPO)...

CarFax Report Brings Prehistoric Surprise

A white 1992 certified pre-owned Jeep Wrangler YJ Sahara is shown with a ghost Jeep behind it.
One Spokane driver received a surprise 65 million years in the making after taking a closer look at their newly purchased vehicle’s history report. Doug Rogers was initially satisfied with the certified pre-owned Jeep he purchased at Goldblum Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, but soon started noticing some unusual mechanical and cosmetic issues with the 1992 Wrangler YJ Sahara model. Up...

How to Shop for a Used Jeep

A used Jeep Grand Cherokee L, Wrangler, and Renegade are shown at a used car dealer.
Despite the fact that they’re grotesquely overpriced when sold as new, Jeep vehicles tend to retain a lot of value and sell for pretty high amounts on the used market. I don’t know why that is; apparently, people have a real and deep-seated affection for bad vehicles. Anyways, most people foolish enough to want to buy a used Jeep...

Biden’s Initiatives Destroy Auto Industry

President Biden is shown walking down a road with potholes.
President Biden, whom many experts agree is most likely two kids on each other’s shoulders in a navy-blue suit, has been working overtime to dismantle this country. Not only has he been dismantling the auto industry, but now he’s pushing for increased funding for infrastructure and fixing the crumbling roads and bridges of our fine nation. I don’t claim...

Truck Manufacturers Chase Exciting New Market

A truck market researcher is shown comparing the 2022 Chevy Silverado vs 2022 Toyota Tundra.
The auto industry is a fickle creature with manufacturers constantly chasing after new markets and demographics to buy their vehicles. While you might spend your time researching things like the 2022 Chevy Silverado vs 2022 Toyota Tundra to see which would be better for you, the companies building these pickups are more interested in figuring out how to get...

GM Unveils New Cruise Technologies

A list of GM New Cruise technology are shown on an orange background.
Dear readers, I have personally charged myself with the undertaking of a great and sacred task: ensuring that you are always up-to-date on the latest technological innovations within the auto industry. This might seem like a rather small ordeal, but with so much happening so quickly, it requires a keen mind and sharp senses to stay abreast of it...

Introducing the Chevy Bolt EV Jersey Shore Edition

An orange Chevy Bolt EV is shown at a New Jersey electric car dealer.
There’s no denying that Electric Vehicles (EVs) are taking the auto industry by storm, with increasing popularity and greater demand for new models. To respond to this, Chevrolet and other manufacturers are boosting the number of EV models they sell, not only with completely new options but also with a slew of special editions. One of the most exciting...

Self-Driving Cars Terrorize San Francisco Neighborhood

A self-driving Chevy Tahoe with red highlights is shown leaving a Clifton Parks used car dealer.
A fleet of self-driving cars has been loitering in one San Francisco neighborhood, stoking fears of a possible uprising amongst the “smart” devices that increasingly pervade everyday life. Operated by Google’s autonomous vehicle subsidiary Waymo, the vehicles are now a common sight for residents of the city’s Richmond district, where they’ve been congregating at all hours of the day...

3 Bold New Texas Laws Shakeup the Auto Industry

The Texas flag is shown with a title about legislation affecting Houston used truck dealers.
In general, I prefer to keep a widespread view of the auto industry – I like to look at things that affect the entire country or even have global impact. But every now and again, something occurs at a local level, or a state level, that is so revolutionary that I have to turn my awesome gaze upon it....

The Safe Way to Buy a Car Online

A laptop is shown on a search engine looking for online car sales.
In the 42 years that I’ve been writing about the auto industry, a lot has changed. Back when I first started, if you wanted to buy a car, you’d go to the dealership, meet with a salesman, talk about sports for 17 minutes, kick each other in the groin, and then sign on the dotted line. But that was...

Toyota Addresses Staffing Woes With New Build-A-Car Approach

A line of cars are shown during a Build-a-Car Workshop.
Used car sales in Durham, North Carolina, are at an all-time high as a perfect storm of supply chain issues and a lack of qualified workers continue to wreak havoc on the industry, but desperate shoppers might soon have a new option. With no end to staffing and supply shortages in sight some auto manufacturers are turning to a...

Nissan Takes Page From Chinese Market With Karaoke-Equipped Vehicles

A white Nissan Titan Karaoke Edition advertisment is shown at a Nissan Titan dealership.
Move over James Corden; Nissan is coming for you. The Japanese automaker recently announced plans to bring one of the Asian market’s most beloved features to North American shores, unveiling a new in-vehicle karaoke system on select models. Car crooning is already a massive trend in China, where automakers have integrated a number of popular karaoke apps into their...

Huge Ford Leak: CEO’s Shocking Letter Exposed!

A 'Dear Santa' list is shown at a Ford F-150 dealer.
Friends, I take my job as an auto industry insider and investigative reporter very seriously, which is why I work so hard to bring you the latest inside info. In particular, I really enjoy revealing the seedy, slimy underbelly of the industry, whether that means exposing a Ford F-150 dealer that’s trying to sell Chevy trucks with Ford stickers...

Shocking Lawsuit Filed Against Auto Industry

Santa is shown holding a scroll that says 'The Naughty List: The Auto Industry.'
Buckle up friends because this is a story you’re not going to find anywhere else – at least not yet – but one you need to see. A lawsuit was just filed in federal court that is about to shock the entire auto industry; the news is still so fresh, however, that the law firm handling the case hasn’t...