In the end, there’s a reason these things went extinct. They were kinda sporty, sorta-luxury sedans that didn’t deliver on either enough to justify its price. Any product trying to be all things to all people is going to end up disappointing in some way, and in the end, there were just better options in the luxury and sporty categories. But this is still a good car in and of itself. Certainly it will serve Stephen’s daughter well, though she’d better be ready for it to attract a certain flavor of deranged car enthusiast, brandishing Amati gear and yelling about Ralph Miller. … [Read more...] about The 2002 Mazda Millenia S Is a Ghost from Japan’s Bubble Era of Wild Over-Engineering
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“We do still see a lot of interest from consumers in finding different ownership models, but the right price, value, how we do that, how we bundle those services is what we’re working on,” Wahl told Automotive News in an interview earlier this year. She did not discuss pricing on Tuesday. … [Read more...] about Cadillac’s Shuttered Subscription Service Is Coming Back
This system is a new feature that’s part of GM’s Marketplace app that launched at the end of 2017 that lets drivers buy stuff in their cars. (For what it’s worth, the National Safety Council said that there is “nothing about this that’s safe.”) … [Read more...] about Cadillac’s Johan De Nysschen Just Couldn’t Build The SUVs Fast Enough
The dealer offering the car claims it to be “one of one.” That’s based on its special order Regent Gray Metallic paint which has been matched with an obsidian and magnolia Connolly leather interior. On top of that the car is fitted with a dealer-installed but factory denoted GT package. That includes a mesh grille up front, bigger brakes under the ten-spoke alloys, a slightly massaged suspension, and a throatier exhaust. Those are all good things. … [Read more...] about At $39,979, Is There Any Disadvantage To Buying This 2001 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage?
This offer is similar to last year’s Black Friday deal, in which Apple gave out gift cards of varying value depending on which product you bought, paired with some modest price drops. Apple hasn’t listed which products are eligible for the 2019 gift card deal, nor what the specific gift card values will be, but we don’t expect to see anything too exciting since, frankly, the deal isn’t that great in the first place. Expect to have to plunk down for an expensive Mac if you want the $200; you won’t get that for a meager Apple Watch, for example. … [Read more...] about Where to Find Better Deals Than Apple’s Black Friday 2019 Sale
Reports came out Tuesday that Cadillac had announced CT5-V pricing, although there’s no mention of it on the company’s social media or press website. But the V-Series trim is in the configurator for the CT5, showing that the rear-wheel-drive version will start at $48,690 and all-wheel drive will run a buyer at least $51,290. Selecting a bunch of random, overpriced options and accessories with no care for what you’re actually choosing, as one does, can get the AWD version to just over $70,000. … [Read more...] about The 360-HP Cadillac CT5-V Doesn’t Have ATS-V Power But It Will Cost $20,000 Less