Tuesday Video: How Many Hot, Sexy Bodybuilders Can You Stuff In A Honda?
Behold a recent Australian commercial for the Honda Jazz, which is known in the U.S. as the Honda Fit. And in this case, our name is far more appropriate than the one from Down Under.
Let the jokes about massive packing and stuffing commence!
A Brief Time-Out For Celebration
California might not be full-on pink like some other places on the big map of StatesThatAllowGayMarriage.com, but it’s definitely rosier than it was yesterday. Of course, as a community, we’ve still got a very long row to hoe before we reach anything approximating “equality”, but U.S. District Chief Judge Vaughn R. Walker’s ruling yesterday came as very welcome news.
Given the massive uncertainty surrounding the much-needed repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” — not to mention the passage of ENDA — Walker’s lengthy and thoroughly decisive opinion has given us a welcome boost. It’s also dabbed a bit of salve on the heartbreak that millions experienced in November 2008, when, at the exact moment many Americans felt their country moving forward, the passage of Proposition 8 provided a bitter reminder that progress is never a straight line. (Double-entendre intended.)
2011 Kia Sportage
By Jeff Stork KIA showed off their new 2011 Sportage in San Francisco last week. It’s the fifth all new product in just under two years, following on the heels of the Soul, the subcompact Forte sedan, the two door…
KBB’s Seller’s Toolkit Helps You Kick The Old Tires (To The Curb)
Looking for a new ride? What car nut isn’t? Like Simon Cowell or Gerard Butler, we’re always looking for the next Best Thing. But just like in any relationship, we have to ditch the old goods before sliding into the new. Thanks to Kelley Blue Book, we now have an easier way to do just that.
Gone are the days of posting notices in the classified section of our local paper. These days, selling a car takes new tactics — ideally, tactics that leverage the many free social media resources at our fingertips. KBB’s new “Seller’s Toolkit” does exactly that, offering a one-stop shop to build your vehicle listing and share it across the interwebs. (And, if you must, in real space.)
Bear Of The Week: Craig Benzine For The Ford Fiesta
There’s a lot to love about the Ford Fiesta. It’s cute, that’s for sure. It’s compact, which is a bonus for urban-dwellers forever on the prowl for parking spots. It’s also supremely fuel-efficient, and it comes packed with high-tech goodies. Surely no one’s going to complain about that.
But maybe best of all — at least on this Friday, when many of us are trying to slack off — is the Fiesta’s hunky, bearish, YouTube spokesmodel, Craig Benzine, who’s better known to his online fans as Wheezy Waiter. If you’re as desperate to dodge work as we are, put away the expense reports and check out these clips of the man in action.
According To Yale, Vibrating Things Are Now Bad
Once upon a time, vibrating things were awesome. There were vibrating mattresses at roadside motels, vibrating chairs at Sharper Image stores, and vibrating…well, other vibrating things. Now, Yale is out to change that.
Associate Professor John Morrell from the Yale School of Engineering has developed a car seat that vibrates when a rear-end collision looms. (Watch it.) Morrell has tricked out a garden-variety driver’s seat with 20 motor tactors — the same devices that cause your mobile phone to vibrate when you’ve turned off the ringer at dinner or the theatre because you’re a thoughtful person and not some knuckle-dragging, loud-mouthed cretin.
Beginning July 24: Gears And Gowns Collide (In A Good Way)
Need a break from the summer heat? Do you live in Los Angeles, or are you planning to visit soon? Then take our advice and set aside an afternoon to visit the Petersen Automotive Museum for a stroll through its newest exhibition, Automotivated: Streamlined Fashion and Automobiles.
As you might have guessed from the snazzy shot above (or from the show title), Automotivated is all about wheels and wearables, centering largely on vehicles from the Art Deco period. The rides on display include a 1913 Mercer Raceabout, a 1938 Delahaye 135MS Figoni et Falaschi Roadster, and numerous sleek, exotic models made in-between.
2010 Mazda MAZDA3 Grand Touring
By Casey Williams Built in 1954 by architect Morris Lapidus, Miami Beach’s Fontainebleau was once the most luxurious and modern hotel in the country. Its curvy façade and bright blue pools made a perfect backdrop for Frank Sinatra welcoming Elvis…
2011 Mazda MAZDA2
By Nick Kurczewski The 2011 Mazda MAZDA2 four-door hatchback brings a cute new face to an increasingly crowded sub-compact market currently dominated by the Nissan Versa, Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris. Low-running costs and a bargain price-tag are the key…
General Motors’ “Designing Women” Exhibition At The Museum Of The City Of New York
General Motors presented its “Designing Women” exhibition, a look back at the influence of female automotive designers within the American automotive giant, on Monday, June 28, at the Museum of the City of New York.
From post-WWII North America, through the era of horn-rimmed glasses and tail fins, and up to modern-day machines like the Cadillac XTS Platinum Concept, the event offered a candid take on the female influence within the halls of the GM design world.