The Chrysler 300 is just like North Korea. Basically.

The Chrysler 300 V6 seems like an attractive proposition, with amazing value for money because it's totally based on a previous generation E class, bro, except it isn't, and offers the bling factor of Lil' bow wow. Its about as related to the Mercedes E Class as Adolf hitler is, which is to say, it loosely is. It… » 4/06/14 6:09am 4/06/14 6:09am

Fantastic looking thing. Problem with the e34 is they are just too freaking heavy; the 3.6 version was no faster/slightly slower than the e28 M5 and felt much more cumbersome, only a 3.8 will do the trick. But those looks, the possibility of having a wagon, and that huge straight six with that wonderfully mechanical… » 10/29/13 11:20am 10/29/13 11:20am

Great article. I grew up in Europe, and I honestly don't know why the turbodiesel wagon is so romanticized on Jalopnik. It's not just the slowness, the tractor sound, the fact that it actually costs more to buy, maintain and insure than a gasoline model, but also the power delivery, which goes something likes this:… » 9/16/13 7:40pm 9/16/13 7:40pm

5 more cars you didn't know were available with 3 pedals.

Following all this talk about the death about the manual transmission, let's do something different...and talk about 5 more obscure cars you didn't know came with 3 pedals. » 9/10/13 12:24pm 9/10/13 12:24pm

Why can't the French build a proper sports car?

It's funny, the Germans can make proper sports cars, the Japanese can, and so can the Americans, the Brits, the Swedes, certainly the Italians, and even the Mexicans. Yet, the French never have really been able to pull it off lately. They are the fifth economy in the world, are capable of great engineering feats (the… » 9/07/13 10:00am 9/07/13 10:00am