A new study from iSeeCars shows that it's one of the most likely performance cars to hit 150,000 miles.
It might sound strange, but the results speak for themselves.
But at least it's something different.
Nobody wants to buy a new car.
Wild racing shocks, carbon-ceramic brakes, and 505 horsepower—all for the price of a new Miata.
There's no bulk discount, unfortunately.
Cars don't get much radder than this.
It might not be Jon Voight's, but this K-car has amazing provenance.
Because you deserve to treat yourself (on a budget).
You drive the absolute snot out of it—like the owner of this 211,000-mile R63 did.
It's astonishing how much a tire's rubber compound can contribute to cold-weather performance.
Driving a sports car doesn't have to be reserved for people with a lot of money to spend. Here are some cheap sports cars to try.
Cheap-car shoppers rejoice.
Sure, they're winter-rated. But versus big-name brands, they can't stack up.
Broken bolts and lots of spilled brake fluid occupied most of my weekend.
Brakes are the most important part of your car. Here's why you shouldn't cut costs on them.
These cars prove you don't have to spend a lot of money to have fun.