I'm all over this, I think the Edge Sport version is the right choice for my wife's new car. I've got the Explorer Sport, and the interior is great, and I think it drives fantastic. I've had 3-series, Mazda RX-8, Dodge Challenger, Toyota Supra, etc, but I think to be honest the Explorer Sport is my favorite vehicle… » 7/01/14 1:42pm 7/01/14 1:42pm

You know, this is pretty impressive because unlike the Ken Block videos, there aren't already dozens of tire marks from previously rehearsed runs. Maybe they just cleaned it up well, but it looks like this is mostly a first take except for a few spots where you can see marks from 1-2 runs beforehand. » 5/23/14 3:55pm 5/23/14 3:55pm

Common trend in old-media publishing is to overload properties with ads. It's because the rate for ads is falling as other mediums are taking over with more effective advertising at lower costs and great scale - with higher personalization. So the response from traditional pubs is to try and make the same amount of… » 5/22/14 12:41pm 5/22/14 12:41pm

HOWEVER, I would say that if you could remove it and upgrade it on a regular basis that would be much better for everyone because you could get faster, higher res, more capable if you plan on keeping the car for more than 5-years. The one thing I've noticed in used cars right now is that old electronics really drag… » 4/17/14 2:11pm 4/17/14 2:11pm

Part of me is happy the Cherokee is back, but the other part of me is wondering what the hell Jeep is doing with the new front ends of their vehicles.  This is atrocious.  Really awful.  In green it would look like an angry sneezing toad. » 2/22/13 8:22pm 2/22/13 8:22pm

Totally agree. The new system that only lets you see a few comments at a time is a terrible user experience and a cheap page view trick. I read Jalopnik mainly for the comments and this sours my experience enough that it will definitely cause me to spend less time on site. But good luck chasing those page view… » 7/07/12 4:12pm 7/07/12 4:12pm