933 Blog Posts From the Eric Peters Tag


The Last Buick?

The Last Buick?

It hasn’t been announced yet, but Buick won’t be around much longer. It’s already mostly gone. GM just announced the cashiering of the Cascada convertible — after less than three years on the market. This follows on the heels of the cancellation of the LaCrosse sedan, which leaves the Regal as the last Buick standing. […]

Adjusting our Clock and our Perception of Cars

Adjusting our Clock and our Perception of Cars

It’s that time of year — when we’re forced to reset our clocks again — spring forward! There’s something else that needs re-setting, too. Our frames of reference for cars. There is no longer much amenity difference between “luxury” cars and other cars . . . There is more price difference than there has ever […]

2019 Nissan Kicks Review

2019 Nissan Kicks Review

Crossover SUVs have become as popular as fireworks on the Fourth of July — which is why the cost of crossovers continues to increase. But there is an antidote to the high cost of being popular. It’s the Nissan Kicks. If you’re willing to forgo just one thing. WHAT IT IS The Kicks is Nissan’s […]

Why No Safety Exemption for the “Little People”?

Why No Safety Exemption for the “Little People”?

You may have caught my article about the brand-new 1960s Mustangs you can legally buy — upgraded in all the right places but left alone everywhere else. They have modern, fuel-injected engines, high-capacity four-wheel-disc brakes and modern suspensions that make them the equal — or better — of a brand-new (2019) Mustang not only in […]

2019 Lincoln Nautilus Review

2019 Lincoln Nautilus Review

Sometimes, the loudest guy in the room doesn’t get all the attention. Nor should he. Lincoln is quietly establishing itself as America’s premier luxury car brand — at the expense of Cadillac, which is in real danger of losing that title (sales have been wilting for the past three years). But how? By emphasizing luxury […]