It’s time to go car shopping, Central New York!
The topic of cars are still fresh, it's time to talk shop about the chore of picking out a new vehicle. My car was determined "totaled," that two-syllable word that no one wants to hear, but it's the ripping the band-aid right off. No one enjoys having to feel that sickening feeling while wading in that two-second pool of silence for a breath-pulling number.
See photos from the 2014 Syracuse Nationals
Syracuse New Times photographer Michael Davis was at the 2014 Syracuse Nationals with his camera in hand. See his photos below.
Let’s Go Racing!
Thousands of Central New Yorkers come out during racing season, weather permitting, to watch the competition on local paved and dirt tracks. The tracks represented on these pages are Brewerton Speedway, Oswego Speedway and Utica-Rome Speedway.
PHOTOS: Racing continued
Michael Davis Photos | Syracuse New Times Click Here to see Michael's "A Day at the Races" Photo Essay
(Auto) A sex-and-cars myth bites the dust
(Auto) A car you don’t have to wash?
A car you don’t have to wash? Even if it’s a white car you just drove through the mud? Or got splattered with motor oil, bird droppings, tree sap? You get the idea.
(Auto) Here are a few highlights from the muscle of the show
The New York International Auto Show, which opened last weekend, is featuring plenty of family cars we’ll actually drive, with new models for Hyundai Sonata, Toyota Camry, Jeep Renegade and Suburu Outback. Fine, dependable family cars. Responsible cars.
(Auto) The iconic Ford Mustang turns 50 this week.
The iconic Ford Mustang turns 50 this week, and Ford’s planning plenty of buck wild celebrations.
(Auto) Ford or Chevy – which is more American?
So, you want to buy a car made in America. Does that mean made by an American company? Made by an American company but assembled in Mexico? Made by a foreign company assembled in America?
AUTO: Not so fast, Speed Racer. Your car is still suffering from winter.
Ah, the roads of spring and summer. Any day now, those potholes will get fixed, and it's smooth sailing, right?