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PostHeaderIcon What is Water/Methanol Injection and Why Do You Need It?

A few years ago, a huge hype entered the aftermarket automotive world: the introduction of affordable “water meth” kits. In the past few years, the hype seems to have died down… but I’m confused as to why?

I mean… yes, E85 hit the mainstream market there for a while, but as quickly as E85 fuel stations came they also went, and it became harder and harder to buy this great racing fuel substitute. On the other hand, water/methanol injection gives you some of the benefits of E85, along with several unique benefits. Plus, water meth mix is cheap and easy to acquire. The benefit to cost ratio is good and, for anything forced induction, it’s also a safety net.

Now when you hear the phrase “water meth” for the first time, your mind might wander to thoughts of people missing their teeth, wearing mismatched shoes and flannel shirts with no sleeves and wonder how that is going to enhance performance on your car? Well, other than getting your car poorly washed for a dollar there might be some confusion.

PostHeaderIcon Maintenance Procedures You can do Yourself and Save a Little Cash: Part 1

Owning a car certainly has its benefits, but it can be somewhat expensive to keep up on maintenance. Some of us have been doing our own basic maintenance for years, while others are afraid of messing something up and would rather leave that to the “professionals.” I emphasize the word “professionals” because if you routinely hit up an oil change location or any random garage, you may be trusting your ride to technicians without formal training. These techs are often pressed to race the clock, as well.

In all fairness, I spent a couple of my younger years as a Valvoline tech and received plenty of on-the-job training. Still, there’s nothing like doing your own maintenance. You can actually save yourself a decent chunk of money performing some basic maintenance yourself. And, in doing so, you’ll also get to know your car better and have a nice sense of accomplishment when you’re done.

In this article, I’ll cover some of the basic maintenance procedures that can be done with minimal tools and a little bit of elbow grease. Of course, every make and model are different, so it might be a good idea to invest in a manual for your vehicle. For the most part, however, each process can be summed up in general, and it just might give you the confidence to try it yourself. Some of the topics I’m covering are really basic – like changing an air filter, for instance – but even something like changing your own transmission fluid could be within the realm of your abilities, and you didn’t even know it.

So, let’s take a gentle first step into the world of performing your own car maintenance.


PostHeaderIcon What's In A VIN?

It’s a 17-digit code that some car owners don’t even know exists. It’s called the Vehicle Identification Number and it’s arguably one of the most important things about any car. At the very least, it’s important enough that car owners should have a correct copy of the number in the event of recalls, registrations, warranty claims, thefts, and insurance coverages.

So what exactly is a VIN? The technical definition is that it’s the auto equivalent of a fingerprint. It’s the ultimate identifier of a specific car because no two vehicles in operation carry the same VIN. In addition to its “fingerprint-like” nature, the VIN also provides a treasure trove of information, including where the car was built and what kind of engine it uses. As long as a car owner knows how to read a VIN, he can find out a lot about the car even if he doesn’t actually see it in person.

That said, it’s important to note that the contents of a VIN could vary depending on the automaker. There are some all-encompassing identifiers and the sequence of digits and letters typically signify the same thing. It’s the use of the digits and letters that could be different.

It’s admittedly a little confusing at first, so that’s where we come into the picture. We’re here to provide a quick crash course on how to properly identify a VIN and what all those letters and numbers mean.

Once it becomes clearer, that seemingly innocuous 17-digit alphanumeric code will carry a totally different and far more important meaning.

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PostHeaderIcon Burnouts: The Science Behind It, What Goes Wrong, And How To Do It The Right Way

Burnouts. They are a great past time for any guy who has had a car with a little bit of power and a necessary evil for those who like to hit the quarter mile strip on the weekend. It seems pretty easy, right? Slam the gas, let the wheels break loose, steer the car, and hope people stay out of your way. Unfortunately, it’s really not that simple. The internet is littered with videos of “that guy” and the untimely demise of his car because he just didn’t know what he was doing.

See, there is a lot more to burnouts that just having raw power in your hands. There is a science to it, as well as skill. You have to know your car, how to control a skid, and everything has to be just right, or you might end up biting a curb, destroying your car’s drivetrain, hitting another car, or worse. In this article, we’re going to cover the science behind burning out, why things tend to go wrong, and discuss how to do it the right way, so you don’t end up staring in the next viral video of a driver who bites off more he can chew while leaving an auto show.

Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, I want to start by saying that there is an overwhelming number of burnout fail videos involving Mustangs. I don’t know why that is. I do have an opinion, but we’ll leave that discussion for a more appropriate forum (maybe the comments section below.) That said, I have made it a point to only include one Mustang fail video here so you Ford fans don’t get your panties in a bunch. Other bits we’ll discuss include a Chevy Camaro that eats the curb, a Dodge Charger that loses its nose, a BMW that catches on fire, and a Chevy Corvette that will need a lot more than $600 tires after a failed attempt at burning out. While it might be fun to laugh at the guys here (not that they don’t deserve to be laughed at, at least a little,) the important thing here is to identify what went wrong, why things took a nasty turn, and what you need to know so your car can live to show off another day.


PostHeaderIcon 2015 TopSpeed Awards: Mark's Picks

The 2015 model year has been an extremely exciting one that now flows into automotive history. We’ve seen the automakers stumbling inches from death while others have somehow been reborn. Vehicles are now getting better fuel economy than ever, yet horsepower and performance numbers continue to grow – though not usually from the same platform. Still, this year has been a fantastic ride full of drama, big debuts, and lots of honestly excellent cars.

It’s our job here at TopSpeed to bring you the latest news from the automotive industry and reviews of the newest products. It might be the best job in the world, second only to being an astronaut, in my book – but naming winners from this year’s crop of cars will be tough. Automakers have poured vast amounts of time and money into making products better. Cars in the last five years have risen in quality, feature content, and connectability. Those found on dealer lots in 2015 represent the latest in a century’s old industry that prides itself on creating things people desire and chase after.

Thankfully we have criteria that should make the task simpler. If you haven’t read how TopSpeed’s award system works, click here. These vehicles will be judged not against each other, but against our seven key points. Narrowing the field, contenders must be significantly refreshed or all-new for the 2015 or 2016 model year, and must have been in dealer showrooms within the 2015 calendar year.

Lastly, each of our editors will submit their top five pick for each of the three categories that include car, truck, and performance vehicle. Here are my top picks.

Armed with that info, let’s get to it.


PostHeaderIcon 2015 TopSpeed Awards: Jacob's Picks

There is never a time when I feel more like a massive car nerd then when I’m picking a best of list. It’s not that these kinds of lists are inherently nerdy, it’s just that I think about them far too much, and invariably go full High Fidelity. As always, my list of top picks for 2015 has been amended several times and mulled over for days. I have tried to offer up a diverse list, both when it comes to pricing and also intended function, although this comes through mostly with the trucks section.

I haven’t included any Volkswagens and I will admit that this is possibly unfair. I like VW’s cars, but I also used to love its diesels, so I feel my assessment of VW products is tainted. I’m not entirely sure any of them would have made the list anyway, but I will give the GTI an honorable mention here. I have included a couple of Audis and a Porsche too, so that kind of counts. It was a struggle not to make this list about half Ford products as well. Ford brought out a lot of new products this year, and it’s difficult not to be biased as the owner of a 2015 Ford. I resisted, perhaps wrongly, but that’s why naming the best of 2015 is a team effort.

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PostHeaderIcon Cars Discontinued In 2015

2015 has been a great year for the automotive industry, bringing us everything from faster-than-ever performance cars, to roomier and more efficient family vehicles, to semi-autonomous rides, and new-generation electric and hydrogen-powered models. We also saw a large number of fascinating new concept cars that will become production vehicles in the future, while several automakers reached benchmarks that seemed impossible a decade ago.

However, 2015 was also a year that saw many models being discontinued here in the United States. While some are aging models that are being replaced by new nameplates, other vehicles were simply phased out due to slow sales or because they were developed for niches that are no longer feasible in today’s changing market.

With the year now coming to an end, TopSpeed is taking a look back at the discontinued cars we said goodbye to in 2015. But, rather than include all the models that got the axe last year, I focused on those that most of us will miss and the vehicles that, at some point in their life cycle, made a significant impact on the market. Find out more about it below and tell us which model you will miss the most in the comments section.

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PostHeaderIcon 2015 TopSpeed Awards – Ciprian's Picks

With the 2015 calendar year coming to an end, it’s time to evaluate what has happened in the industry over the last 12 months and honor the best vehicles that arrived in showrooms in our annual TopSpeed Awards. This year, we are set to crown three winners – the car, truck, and performance vehicle of the year – and to do that we’ve put together a set of criteria. You can learn more about it here.

Granted, 2015 has been an eventful year with several new or updated releases for each segment, including the three we are set to judge. With so many new vehicles to choose from, picking five nominees and judging them against the criteria has been rather difficult. But after much thorough analysis and deliberation, I’ve come up with what I consider to be the top five greatest contenders for this year’s TopSpeed awards.

Check them all about below and make sure you stick around to find out what my fellow editors picked for each category, as well as for the big announcement on January 4th, 2016, when we will reveal the winners. Also, feel free to agree or disagree with my nominations in the comments section.

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PostHeaderIcon 2015 TopSpeed Awards – Kirby's Picks

Of all the things I write about here at TopSpeed, picking a “best of” list is without question the toughest one to do. Don’t get me wrong: I like the idea of trying to come up with a list of cars, trucks/SUVs, and performance cars that really stood out this year, but there’s also a lot of pressure that comes with it. Did I make the right choices? Did I forget a model that should’ve been on that list? Did I overrate a model that made it on my list? These are only a handful of questions that I’ve struggled through in the past few days as I compiled my list.

In the end, I think I managed to come up with a list that’s at least half-decent. Okay, I think I did a little better than that. As much as I wanted to include some models on my list, the inevitable last-second cuts happened in all three categories. I wish I could’ve picked more, but given the pressure that already comes with choosing five models in each category, anything more might have resulted in my head exploding.

Alas, this is my list. Feel free to agree or disagree until the cows come home.


PostHeaderIcon 2015 TopSpeed Awards – Jayk's Picks

It doesn’t really matter what your automotive predilections may be – 2015 was a helluva year to love cars. Technological breakthroughs and developing social perceptions continue to transform the industry on an almost daily basis, and automakers are beginning to see the inherent opportunities of this transformation, rather than just the threat to the status quo. And while no one will deny the mounting pressure to evolve, the basics of what’s positive about cars remain. Icons change, expectations change, but that original kernel of what makes four-wheeled transport so fundamentally good continues onwards. The result, at least for folks like you and me, is some truly fantastic cars.

While I’d be happy to discuss the broad strokes of trends in the car world, my purpose here is different. I’m here to highlight 15 of the best new models on the road, whether they’re economical commuters, elegant SUVs, workhorse trucks, or exotic if-I-had-the-money fantasies. While I admit that my own tastes skew towards the lightweight, affordable, and fun-to-drive, I appreciate any vehicle that taps into that original kernel of goodness, no matter what the shell on top may look like.

Continue reading for my top picks for 2015.


PostHeaderIcon What 2015 Car Do We Want For Christmas?

The North Pole is, like, really remote and isolated, but you just know Santa has one badass Internet connection. I mean, this is almost 2016 folks – how else is he gonna keep tabs on all of us and figure out if we were naughty or nice? With that in mind, we here at TopSpeed decided to put together a Christmas wish list to give the jolly ‘ole saint some direction before it’s time to load up his sleigh.

Of course, a new car is a pretty big ask as far as presents go, but hey – we’ve all been good this year. I’m pretty sure none of us committed any major felonies, and shoot, it’s not like we did anything outrageous, like cheat on emissions tests…

Right. So next to the sugarplums and candy canes, what sweet surprises are dancing through our heads?

Continue reading to learn what’s at the top of our wish list.


PostHeaderIcon Mythbusting: American vs European vs Asian Cars

Here’s how the world works: Asia’s known for high value, compact cars that handle well; America builds cheaper versions of European cars that are fast in a straight line but can’t go around a corner; and Germany…Germany is responsible for the fact that I can’t seem to write a single article without making at least one WWII reference.

But, that story is old and well-known — much like the well-known automotive paradigm we’ve all become accustomed to over the years. But the stereotypes that we’ve gotten used to over the years don’t entirely bear out under closer inspection. That’s true looking back over history, and even more so today. Yes, there was a time when America was known for luxury and handling, Europe straight-line speed and Japan tough trucks. But time marches on, and today is a lot more like the distant past than the decades most of us might remember.

In this article, we’re going to explore some of the myths and stereotypes we’ve built up over the years, and check how they compare to modern reality. For sure, the 2009 recession shook the settled order like a snow-globe of expectations, and we’re in a different world now. How different?

Depends on how you look at it.

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PostHeaderIcon Cadillac Eldorado – A Look Back

The “personal luxury vehicle” is an idea that many U.S. automakers have tried to make work over the years, with varying levels of success. The idea was a coupe or convertible meant more for luxury than outright speed, a bit like a grand tourer but with more of an American flavor. Many of these models tanked even before European grand tourers were readily available and well-known in this country. Only a couple of cars managed to make it work, and one stayed stay alive for 10 generations spanning 50 years. That car was the Cadillac Eldorado, and it remains one of the best loved classic Cadillacs.

The Eldorado started off as a concept car in 1952, to mark Cadillac’s 50th anniversary. This being the golden anniversary, the name Eldorado (the name of a mythical city of gold that the Spanish were searching for in South America) was chosen. The idea specifically came from Mary-Ann Marini, a secretary at GM’s marketing department. The car was a flagship vehicle for many of the years that it was produced, and it was always used as a way for Cadillac’s designers to try out new and bolder styling ideas.

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PostHeaderIcon What Does 1/2, 3/4 and One-Ton mean?

Truck enthusiasts often hear the terms half-ton, three-quarter ton, and one-ton in the description of their favorite rigs, but what’s it all mean? The short answer – it’s a weight classification. Unfortunately the long answer is more complicated and is plagued by a history of shifting standards and marketing hype. Let me explain.

Back in the early days of trucks, the terms simply described how much a truck was rated to haul. You bought a half-ton truck and you can haul up to 1,000 pounds of cargo and passengers. Simple. Well as trucks became more popular and technology evolved, the terms became more of a placeholder, especially when truck makers began competing with each other in advertising.

Pickups gained their popularity in the late 1940s as GIs came home after the war and went back to work. Trucks had proven their worth on the battlefield, and the civilian market recognized the possibilities. Sure there were civilian trucks before this, but on a much more limited scale. What’s more, with the U.S. economy saved from the Great Depression of the 1930s, businesses actually had money to spend on equipment.

Nowadays pickup trucks are found in just as many driveways as on job sites. The boom of recreational pickup use has moved this discussion about weight classifications from the fleet manager’s office to the dinner table as Mr. and Mrs. Everyman decide what truck they need to pull their boat or fifth wheel RV.

So let’s dive in and sort out the jargon.

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PostHeaderIcon TopSpeed visits the Cummins Engine Plant

Cummins has been building diesel engines since 1919, but it would be another 80 years before this company became a household name. That was when Cummins supplied Chrysler with a 160-horsepower 5.9-liter inline-six for the 1989 Dodge Ram 250 and 350 models, and Cummins has steadily built a solid reputation for its engines among truck buyers ever since.

Dodge Ram (and now Ram) buyers wear the big “C” on their fenders with pride, but Nissan buyers will soon be able to brag about their Cummins affiliation as well. A new era of diesel trucks is set to begin when the 2016 Nissan Titan XD goes on sale later this year with the Cummins 5.0-liter V-8 Turbo Diesel under the hood, and I recently had the chance to head to the home of Cummins – Columbus, Indiana – to see where this all-new engine will be built.

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PostHeaderIcon The 5 Best Performance Cars for Dog Owners

According to the internet, some little outfit called “Autotrader” just released its list of the best cars for dog owners. There was a Volvo and an Audi. Not too bad. Then a Honda minivan, and a couple of soft-UVs. And of course, the inimitable Kia Soul. Good enough.

If you’re feeling a little more…exuberantGayoh.com suggests a Mazda Miata, which is somehow both wrong, and completely contextually correct. But somehow a bit less so than the Nissan Juke Autotrader recommended. Huh.

Autotrader’s criteria included a low ride height, rear lift-gate for doggy entry, a rear cargo area, fold-flat rear seats and a few others we’ll get into shortly. Ours are more along the lines of rubber carpet for easy clean-up after slalom maneuvers, Alcantara inserts to keep Schnauzer from the glove compartment under braking, and enough power to pin Scooby to his seat while accelerating into the carpool lane. Consumer Reports, we ain’t.

Because at the end of the day, the real best vehicle for dogs will always be a 1976 Ford van. Anything other than that is a compromise. So, since we’re compromising anyway, might as well do it in the name of fun for driver and dog alike.

Continue reading for my somewhat, um… unorthodox version of a common and important topic.


PostHeaderIcon Top 5 SUVs of 2015

Gas prices won’t always be so low, but while they are, automakers are taking full advantage of the revived popularity of SUVs and crossovers. As such, every mainstream automaker now offers at least one type of SUV or crossover, and even high-end brands like Bentley, Rolls-Royce and Lamborghini are getting in on the action. On top of that, the overall quality of these vehicles has improved immensely since their initial popularity took hold in the 1990s.

As if defining the “best” SUVs and crossovers wasn’t already hard enough, the vast diversity, improved quality and sheer volume of vehicles on the market these days makes it almost impossible to narrow down the list to just five, but here goes. On a purely subjective level, I’ve chosen my Top 5 SUVs and crossovers that are currently on sale, but be sure to sound off in the comments which vehicles you think I missed.

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PostHeaderIcon Worst 5 SUVs of 2015

Before I start, let me admit one thing: there are no really bad cars anymore. The era of the true crapcan went out around 10 years ago, and any new car or truck you can buy these days is, at heart, a decent vehicle. It may not always seem like it, but we’re currently in the middle of an automotive renaissance of sorts. Like most other categories of cars, it’s been evolve or die for SUVs and crossovers. The competition is stiffer than ever, and that has driven dramatic improvements in the power, handling, ride, design and capability of these vehicles.

That doesn’t mean that some vehicles aren’t behind the curve, of course. And in some cases, they’re way behind the curve.

So why do some SUVs fall short? Sometimes it’s a matter of taste. Consumer desires can shift practically overnight, and it’s easy for a manufacturer to get caught out. When gas prices spiked a couple of years ago, large, V-8-powered sport utes became overnight liabilities. Similarly, the rollover controversy that struck the Ford Explorer in the late 1990s was bad news for tall, body-on-frame sport-utes. In recent years, consumer preference has turned toward more car-like crossover vehicles that split the difference between SUVs and cars, offering the best of both worlds — a move that must have folks at Suzuki and Isuzu (who attempted similar vehicles before it was popular) shaking their heads.

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PostHeaderIcon Top 10 Military Technologies Used In Cars

They say the Devil takes all of man’s best ideas, and turns them to evil intent. They also say that blowing stuff up is awesome, and military equipment is some of the coolest stuff on Earth. Cars…well, they’re a little bit of all of the above.

This article’s pretty straightforward: Topspeed’s list of the Top 10 military technologies to find their way into automobiles. Why 10? Because five wasn’t enough to cover the best ones, and “practically everything ever invented” wouldn’t fit within word count. Indeed, from fuel cell to front bumper, the average car is absolutely packed with ideas that were formed in the crucible of war. Even the wheel itself probably started out on war chariots back in the Bronze Age.

But this article’s going to focus on military innovations within America’s wartime history. Meaning, pretty much since there’s been an America. Even that list could go on for decades; the Devil’s been pretty busy of late. But, we’ve got self-driving hybrid supercars going 300 mph now, and Lamborghinis modeled after stealth fighters. So, maybe it all worked out for the best.

Here’s the list.


PostHeaderIcon The 5 Best Cars For The Apocalypse

When the end of civilization as we know it comes…what will you drive? That’s one of the first questions to pop to my mind when it comes to The Walking Dead, 28 Days Later, The Stand or other post-apocalypse fare. Not to mention the Mad Max series, which pretty much bases itself around this question.

It’s not really that absurd or obsessive a consideration. After all (concerns of long-term fuel availability aside), when it comes to being able to get away from trouble, a vehicle is going to be one of your most important pieces of survival equipment. A car or truck can also provide protection from the elements and help to haul loads that are too heavy to carry.

Everyone’s got a favorite “zombie-fighting” vehicle, of course, but what would you really want to drive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland? The topic has been much discussed over repeat viewings of “The Walking Dead” at my house. Is the key really to jump into the first Humvee or armored HEMMT you can find and not look back? Not necessarily.

I’m not talking about modified battle cars. If you’re going to strap on armor and smash into your enemies, grab up all the Toyota Camrys and Chevy Camaros that you can and go to town. What I’m considering is more fundamental transportation, the vehicle that’s going to carry the most supplies, take you the farthest, and be the most reliable. Adding armor and weapons to protect yourself from hostile mutants is another discussion entirely.


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2011 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS 2011 2SS Used 6.2L V8 16V Automatic RWD Coupe OnStar Premium
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