Except, that it isn’t a car review. It’s a review of a motorcycle that looks like it enjoys engaging in some of the old ultra-violence, followed by a bit of rough sex. It’s a hoot!
Also, you might notice the link won’t take you to Medium—though it’s still published there, too.
Our subject is an iconic American vehicle that does exactly what it’s designed to do and does it very well. It’s almost infinitely—and dangerously—customizable, and it will get you to practically any destination you can imagine. You’ll hate it if you have to drive it every day.
This week, we try to save the planet with Ford’s polar-bear-saving hybrid. It’s a pretty good hybrid, but, unlike the Prius, it isn’t designed to let everybody know it’s a hybrid, which makes it less than useful as a way to proclaim your smug sense of moral superiority.
There’s no easy way to break the news about this week’s review subject: It’s a Lexus. But it’s one of the F-Sport ones, not one of the boring ones. Oh, and it can reduce you to tears of impotent rage, so there’s that. As always, please “recommend” it.
This time, the selection is a very special car. It costs less than a BMW, and it can provide you with one of the most fun and rewarding driving experiences imaginable. You would have to be a complete lunatic to even think about buying it. As always, please recommend the article if you like it.
For your reading pleasure, I have test driven a little city car that provokes huge grins when driving on city streets by allowing you to embarrass Miata pilots at stoplights. When not on city streets, at higher speeds…it’s slightly terrifying.
If you like the review, please click the “Recommend” button. It’s green and has a little white heart on it.
his week’s car review is the 2013 Nissan Juke Nismo. Having driven the Juke Nismo, I am left with nothing but questions; fundamental questions, in fact, about the very reason for this monstrosity’s existence.
If you like my review, please be sure to click on the "Recommend" link.