Tag: Rear-Wheel Drive

DHS Drifting Days, Summer 2015 - in the 2015 Scion FR-S automatic - Video short review

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About a year ago, “Drive…He Said” got our hands on a trackable/ streetable sports coupe that won’t break the bank: the 2014 Scion FR-S . Sentiments = Mostly keen on this Frankenstein-ed and Portmaneau-ed Toyobaru (or Subayota), once past the challenging ingress, minimalist instrumentation, lower-rent materials and miniscule rear seat. Was it the: A) Affordable to... Read more »

2014 Scion FR-S - Tangerine Drift Dream - Review

Starting at $24,700, the 2014 Scion FR-S 2+2 rear drive sports coupe, done-up in Hot Lava, is a tangerine drift dream.
* * * * * * * * * * * * WANTED: –  ONE front-engine, rear drive 2+2 coupe sports car that won’t break the bank and can drift with the best of them. REPLY: – ONE Hot Lava 2014 Scion FR-S (Front engine, Rear-wheel drive – Sport) COMMISSIONED: –  by Toyota, in a... Read more »

2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x2 - Trendsetting SUV Version 3.5 - Review

Donning our Sunday's best for mass: The 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, at St. Anthony Greek Orthodox Monastery, near Florence, Arizona. It's a desert oasis where cactus make way for olives and citrus groves.  Well contented, in Laredo 4x2 [rear drive] trim,  this premium mid-size SUV comes in at $31,000.
Evolution of the “Original SUV” Timeline: 1974 – the  Jeep Cherokee / Wagoneer SJ, that descendant of the Willys Overland Jeepster wagon, introduced “Sports Utility [Vehicle]” in advertising. Then in the care of American Motors Corporation. 1985 – American Motors sketched a successor to the smaller Jeep Cherokee XJ line., using this new method called... Read more »
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2012 Dodge Durango and 2012 Ford Explorer: Reports of the SUV's Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated

2012 Dodge Durango Crew and 2012 Ford Explorer Limited AWD; adding a lease on life to the Sport Utility Vehicle
* * * * * * * * * * * * Making “predictions” about the fiercely competitive automotive industry is at least difficult thanks to a new generation of bean-counters who can drown out the marketing and engineering sides. Such were the exaggerated claims of all this interest in saving Saab after General Motors... Read more »