802 Blog Posts From the Eric Peters Tag


2017 Chrysler Pacifica Review

2017 Chrysler Pacifica Review

The NMA Foundation presents Eric Peter’s Car Review, a weekly Saturday feature on the NMA blog.  *  *  * Give ’em credit for not giving up. Chrysler — the company that invented the things — is the last of the Big Three to still have a minivan in its lineup. GM and Ford long ago said […]

In the Rearview: Ferrari 365 GTB4/Daytona (1968-1973)

In the Rearview: Ferrari 365 GTB4/Daytona (1968-1973)

By Eric Peters, excerpted from his forthcoming book, Doomed. The last of a thing is often a cause for nostalgia, even regret. The new thing may be objectively superior and hard to fault by the numbers. But something’s been lost, just the same. And the thing will never be the same again. Art deco-era steam […]

Bob Lutz is Senile . . . hopefully

Bob Lutz is Senile . . . hopefully

The only rational explanation for Bob Lutz’ recent column predicting the imminent doom of autonomous cars — and of autonomous driving — is senile dementia. Or something much worse. Lutz writes that within 20 years, at the most, every autonomous car will be scrapped or taken off the road — and that everyone will be […]

2017 Mercedes C300 coupe Review

2017 Mercedes C300 coupe Review

The NMA Foundation presents Eric Peter’s Car Review, a weekly Saturday feature on the NMA blog.  *  *  * Conan told us what is best in life: Crush enemies, see them driven before you. Hear the lamentations of their women. It’s a good description of the Mercedes C coupe. Which can be ordered with engines ranging […]

Why Are Bike Sales in Freefall?

Why Are Bike Sales in Freefall?

Harley sales are in free-fall — down 9.3 percent in the U.S. for the first fiscal quarter that ended this summer — amounting to losses of $258.9 million. The company has announced it will lay off about 200 workers this fall. The rest of the industry’s not doing so well, either. You can still find […]