I think the new 2016 Acura NSX is overpriced by quite a fair margin, about $50,000 or so. While it is surely a great car on it’s own, getting people to actually write the check is a whole different matter.
Let’s take a look at why people buy a supercar, and why the NSX may have trouble fitting in.
This 2011 Volkswagen Touareg TDI is my dad’s daily driver, and despite us owning it for nearly 5 years now, I’ve yet to do a review on it until now. But with the advent of Dieselgate, which now affects our Touareg, I figured it was time.
In the video I review the Touareg, and how it’s been for our family over the years. Then, with that in mind, I give my take on Dieselgate and what we plan to do as things progress.
I wrote an article on Dieselgate earlier, before the V6 diesel models were affected, but now that our Touareg has been drawn into it, I wanted to do show my take on the full issue on video.
Here are some pics of our VW Touareg TDI shot by our friend, Dan Valanzola:
We all know that no exotic car show is complete without some V12s echoing over the countryside as people leave the event. Luckily we were much obliged this year at the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance. Everything from a V10 Lexus LFA to a straight pipe V12 Lamborghini Murcielago opened the taps as they left the show.
Speed limits on America’s highways were mostly set a long time ago, and the automobile has come a long way since then. People already usually drive a good bit faster than the signs tell them to, and yet the Earth hasn’t exploded yet because of it.
Let’s talk realistically about the speed limit, and where it should be here in 2015.