This is the Polish-built Opel Cascada, right down to the letterbox-shaped license plate bracket on the front bumper. But hey, if you’re picking a car from the global lineup to go +Buick , this seems like the right one.
If you’re in the market for something more rugged and capable than that small sedan sitting in the driveway but don’t necessarily want to go all in and spend $45,000 or more on a new truck, the pre-owned market is definitely the way to go. But as always, buying a used vehicle is fraught with potential problems, especially for those who intend to own a workhorse for the long haul.
Ever since the diesel cheating scandal broke, Volkswagen has made a public apology part of every public presentation and auto show unveiling. Unfortunately for VW, those events have also become the target of protestors:
In order to move the 20 or so cars built for homologation purposes, +Ford Motor Company promoted the car with a dealer roadshow and deep discounting, eventually clearing its inventory with very little (or perhaps no) profit.
Introduced to the Can-Am series in 1973, the Porsche 917/30 was the ultimate evolution of the storied Porsche 917 model range. With a wind tunnel-tested spyder body and an air-cooled, twin-turbo, flat-12 engine, its acceleration was as impressive as its 240 MPH top speed.