New York Vinnie
Audi had a nice run with its iconic Allroad wagon in the 2000s. The folks who owned them raved about them with a passion usually reserved for Hogwarts and Tea Partiers. Then one day…poof!…it was gone.
On a weekend where the real meaning of Memorial Day can get lost among the hot dogs, fireworks and fun to be had at a baseball game, Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s Vinnie Richichi remembers a few of the men who gave their all on the diamond and their lives on the battlefield.
The name of the game these days in family cars is simply mileage. That is what the average consumer who is car shopping for transportation is looking for.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) — You may never hear a better explanation of why people in Jersey love the Devils over the Rangers and the Islanders than Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN’s Vinnie Richichi of The […]
The Buick Verano compact sedan is the latest step in General Motors total makeover of the formerly stodgy brand. Instead of being a car that grandpa might drive, the Verano looks and feels like it would be much more comfortable living in the garage of the 30 something car buyer that is looking for luxury but not looking to pay the luxury car price.
I’m pretty sure when I do my 2012 look back at the 10 coolest cars I drove in 2012, the Hyundai Veloster is going to be on the list. One door on one side, two […]
Driving a Prius has become a status symbol. Toyota’s iconically shaped hybrid gives you instant environmental street cred and says to the world that you care about greenhouse gasses, emissions and leaving less of a […]
Producer Drake Donovan and I recently took a trip through the Pittsburgh International Auto Show which was held over at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. Topless SUV’s, the biggest price sticker I have ever […]
Hey! If you think that America can’t produce a good, solid, small car you would be as wrong as my Super Bowl predictions! (I had the Bears meeting The Steelers).