A Billy Goat in a Tux by Joe LaMuraglia If you read our review of the 2006 VW Touareg TDI, you know that we were impressed with the VW Touareg and tested it extensively on road. What many of you may not know is, the Touareg was designed from the … Continue reading
Hunting in Bavaria by Scott Corlett In 2003, after wallowing with the gussied-up-Maxima I35, Infiniti debuted the G35, a sport sedan that—with the BMW 3-series in its sights—sharpened the brand’s enthusiast creds. In 2007, with the arrival of an updated G35, I’m relieved to say that the focus remains on … Continue reading
Posted July 18, 2007 Toyota Yaris Holds Top Spot; Infiniti Debuts ATLANTA, GA – Gaywheels.com, the sole source of information specifically targeted to and about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) car-shoppers, today announced its list of the Top 10 Most-Researched Vehicles during the second quarter of 2007. For the … Continue reading
A More Benign Tribeca We had the divine pleasure of speaking with over very own Ms. Cocoa Efficient about the new and improved 2008 Subaru Tribeca. Gaywheels.com: Ms. Cocoa Efficient…welcome. Are you ready for your debut? Cocoa Efficient: I was born ready!! I was also born a blond, but don’t … Continue reading
At Gaywheels.com, we consider it our duty to provide a great resource for our users as well change peoples’ perception of the community by educating and informing. We do this by shedding light on contributions made by LGBT people in the auto industry and publishing data that generally dispels stereotypes. We’re happy to announce that we’re taking it to the next level by taking part in Team “G.L.A.M.”, the first openly gay rally team. Read the release and stay tuned for more exciting information about this event.
Re-Thinking the Box by Joe LaMuraglia Have you ever met someone and immediately disliked them only to become BFFs later on? It was a similar story with me and the new 2008 Scion xB. Like a good looking guy that you see across the bar only to be let down … Continue reading
The Poor Man’s Infiniti? by Scott Corlett In May, I landed in Minneapolis on the heels of a late-spring tornado. No, a dog-filled wicker basket was not stowed beneath the seat in front of me, nor did I wear a blue dress and knee socks. Instead, I had traveled to … Continue reading
Ms. Betty’s Baby Benz By Cocoa Efficient I once worked with a woman named Usila Betty, a durable lass whose sole mission in life was to one day own a Mercedes-Benz. She would skip the daily liquid lunch, opting instead for a brown bag meal and glass of tap water. … Continue reading