TTAC Rewind: 2015 Porsche Macan

While digging up this week's rewind, I saw it surface from one of our own partner forums. So in the interest of corporate synergy, you can take a look over there.

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TTAC Rewind: 2012 Nissan Sentra Rental Review


Today's TTAC rewind for your late afternoon perusal is about a decade old. Former TTAC'er Jack Baruth was in sunny SoCal and got his hands on a 2012 Nissan Sentra rental.

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TTAC Rewind: 2018 Lincoln Navigator Black Label

Enjoy your Sunday evening with a look at the 2018 Lincoln Navigator Black Label, words courtesy of our own Chris Tonn.

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TTAC Rewind: 2017 Kia Niro Hybrid

Today's TTAC Rewind for your Sunday afternoon perusal takes a few years back to 2017.

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TTAC Rewind: Tracking a Lotus Evora 400

Today's rewind is a bit different than the usual car review.

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TTAC Rewind: 2015 Subaru WRX Premium Review

Today's TTAC rewind is a capsule review of the 2015 Subaru WRX.

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TTAC Rewind: 2019 Ford Edge ST First Drive

For your perusal this fine fall evening, we present a first drive from the autumn of 2018.

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TTAC Rewind: 2018 Hyundai Accent First Drive - Comfort Can Be Cheap

Hello again! Today's TTAC Rewind takes us back only a few years.

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  • MaintenanceCosts Now that they have an actually functional entry into this segment--the Corolla Cross--they can put this sorry creation out of its misery.
  • FreedMike The roads were closed down and the stunts were done by pros. All good by me.
  • MaintenanceCosts If you've ever been to Oxford you know that having everyone drive everywhere is not sustainable there. But this seems like a much worse way to manage the problem than straightforward congestion pricing. Congestion pricing lets people drive where they want, when they want, but reduces the incentive to take car trips at the margins.
  • Cprescott I remember seeing these unload at a local L/M dealer complete with the black plastic that covered the grill (for pre-delivery protection). I have always loved the formal look of this vintage with the upright, hard lines over the Mark IV's softer and shapeless look. Would love to have the money to take a decent condition one that didn't run and to convert it to EV so that greenies would have a fit of something so large being battery powered!
  • FreedMike They were actually selling these all this time?