By on November 22, 2017

1992 Honda Accord EX Coupe. - Image: Honda

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving in the U.S., aka Turkey Day, aka the high holy day of food (and booze-related gluttony), so we’re shuttering a little early today so our American crew can get a jumpstart on the holiday and our Canadian folks can get a little well-earned time off. We’ll be posting here and there over the long weekend, but expect a lighter content mix than usual.

We’ll be back Monday at full-speed, and I will be in Los Angeles next week as the auto show season kicks off in Los Angeles. We’re expecting debuts from Jeep, Subaru, Infiniti, Audi, Jaguar Land Rover, among others, so once you’ve gotten over your turkey coma, shaken off the hangover, gotten over the sore knee from the annual pickup football game, and forgotten that fight you had with your in-laws about the latest news from Washington, mosey on back to take your shots at the newest sheetmetal emerging from L.A.

Until then, drive safe and behave yourselves.

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