The Best Cars To Modify

Ever since Henry Ford’s Model Ts started rolling out of his Detroit factory in their thousands, people have been excited about making their mass-produced car faster, bigger and better. Whether car modifiers are interested in looks, add-ons or performance, the ultimate goal is the same: to stand out from the crowd.

The best cars to tweak and upgrade are the ones that look great, will yield serious results and come with plenty of support and spare parts. So without further ado, here are the pick of the bunch. Continue Reading →

2013 Terrain’s New V-6 Proves Itself On Test Track‎

When the 2013 Terrain goes on sale later this year, its optional 3.6L V-6 will make it the quickest, most powerful iteration yet of GMC’s small SUV. After final testing, engineers confirm the new engine delivers 0-60 mph acceleration in 6.7 seconds.

“Straight-line acceleration to 60 in under seven seconds is a great proof point for the 2013 Terrain, but the benefit this engine upgrade has for drivers goes much deeper,” said Essy Ipakchian, lead development engineer for the Terrain. “They’ll notice improved passing power with fewer downshifts, as well as stronger towing performance.”   Continue Reading →

What Makes the Best Insurers for Young Drivers?

Every year thousands of young drivers are arrested, given points on their licenses and even fined hefty sums, because of the failure to take out insurance on their cars. Given that the price of car insurance increases year on year, this trend comes as no surprise. For a young person who is probably in full-time education and has very little income, taking out a seemingly affordable offer from swiftcover car insurance may even seem to be a financial mountain to climb. Continue Reading →