My vote goes to the 1991-94 Nissan Sentra. They're usually cheaper than their Toyota and Honda counterparts, but the reliability is about on par. Ever been to Mexico? Nissan still produces that generation over there - it seems like half of the cars on the road are this model. It became the de-facto cheap car once… » 9/07/11 12:29pm 9/07/11 12:29pm

Considering that you shouldn't have too hard a time picking up a 2005 Dodge Magnum R/T with double the horses that this wagon has for about the same price I'm saying pipe. » 4/14/09 8:02pm 4/14/09 8:02pm

I just watched "Le Samourai" last night. The main character steals a couple of DS over the course of the movie. Of course, that was in 1967, when every seemingly every third car on the French streets was one of these. » 12/03/08 11:23am 12/03/08 11:23am

@P161911: Cadillac is a grand old brand with many decades of models from which to pick up that "C" in "CTS" from. To think that the Catera, that Opel rebadge, is the source of the "C" is shortsighted and wrong, my friend. No, that "C" comes from another decade, one where there was absolutely no confusion as to… » 9/04/08 12:27pm 9/04/08 12:27pm

I'm putting another vote in for the Great Lakes Brewing Company. Anyone liking a great porter should check out the Edmund Fitzgerald Porter that they produce. Their Burning River Pale Ale is also an excellent choice. » 5/28/08 12:55pm 5/28/08 12:55pm