Top 10 Cars We’re Sad No Longer Come with Manual Transmissions

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Top 10 Cars We’re Sad No Longer Come with Manual Transmissions
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For some automakers, the manual transmission is a dying breed. Continue Reading...

BMW M5, M6 Models May Get All-Wheel Drive

BMW M5, M6 Models May Get All-Wheel Drive
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It might be almost 2020 when it happens, but BMW M models will finally bring all-wheel drive to its production cars. Continue Reading...

BMW M5, M6 Get 575-HP Competition Package

BMW M5, M6 Get 575-HP Competition Package
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BMW has revealed its Competition Packages for the 2014 M5 and M6 models designed to enhance handling and improve performance, shaving 0.1 seconds off its 0-62 mph sprint time. Continue Reading...

Top 10 Cars Every Car Guy Needs to Know

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Top 10 Cars Every Car Guy Needs to Know
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So, you call yourself a car guy. Fair enough, you’ve browsed on over to AutoGuide so you must have at least a little petroleum in your veins. But are you a true automobile enthusiast? Do you know your accelerator pump from your synchronizer? Here are 10 vehicles every car guy needs to know about. Continue Reading...

2014 BMW M3 to Lose Manual Gearbox, or Will It?

2014 BMW M3 to Lose Manual Gearbox, or Will It?
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One of the most illustrious names in German sport sedan history, the BMW M3 will transition away from its naturally aspirated engine roots in the upcoming model meant to bow at next year’s Geneva Motor Show, doing so without a manual transmission. Continue Reading...

BMW M5 to Lose Manual Transmission Next Time Around

BMW M5 to Lose Manual Transmission Next Time Around
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One of the “Ultimate Driving Machines” just got a little less ultimate, as a BMW official has confirmed that the next-generation M5 will be offered with an automatic transmission only. Continue Reading...

BMW M5 Becomes Newest Nurburgring Taxi

BMW M5 Becomes Newest Nurburgring Taxi
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Driving fast on a track can be a lot of fun, but unless you’re well-trained it’s unlikely that you’ll come close to reaching the car or track’s potential. Thank goodness for BMW’s Nurburgring Taxi program that offers the chance to sit in an M Division Bimmer and experience the Green Hell as it’s meant to… Continue Reading...
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