A tiny house, a vehicle in flames, and a hunt for powder… Livin’ Tiny transcends web video genres with an enticing adventure.
Right off the lot, the Wrangler Unlimited Sahara won’t disappoint hardcore Jeep 4×4 aficionados. Despite new swathings of comfort on the JK-platformed beast, you could drive out of the show room and go rock crawling.
Headed from Vancouver to “The Private Sun Peaks Unofficial Gay Ski Week”, we’re about as niche a market as it gets. Equally niche, if you believe the reviews, is the car we’ve chosen for the drive – BMW’s 535i xDrive Gran Turismo. There are important points to that wordy name, but, right now, thundering the fastback through the wintry hills and hairpins on all-season tires, the most pertinent is the xDrive.
Our tester this week is a 2011 BMW 535i xDrive Gran Turismo, so we’re not suffering any lack of opulence. The thing is, we’re aiming to take the Gran Turismo […]
The Mini Clubman is longer, has 3 more doors and rear passenger seats that can actually fit adults, but does that make it better? Neil Johnston of http://OutDrive.ca takes to the roads to find out, in a review that features the first use of the phrase “assless chaps” in automotive history.
Belting through traffic, I feel as if I should be slaloming wash lines, market carts and pavement cafes, rather than behemoth SUVs, Cube Vans and moderately enraged drivers… one of which happens to be our cameraman in a pursing BMW 535xi. There’s Italian city car flair to the Suzuki SX4, and for good reason; it and the Fiat Sedici are the result of a joint project between the two automakers. Japanese implementation and Italian design wrapped up in a CUV (Cute Utility Vehicle) complete with all-wheel drive – that’s a combination that makes the SX4 possible the best of all worlds.
Let’s get it out of the way; at OutDrive we’re as convinced by performance SUVs as the Pope is of gay marriage. If you need to carry loads, then you want a truck. If you need to carry kids, then look to the station wagon or, gasp, minivans, to fill the gap. Need performance on the school run – and who doesn’t? There’s the sport-wagon. Unlike the Pope, however, we’re willing to give it all a try, and bearing the heavy burden of convincing us is Audi’s 2008 Q7.