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“That’s a gorgeous car. It’s absolutely stunning. It’s not a Jaguar, though. It’s a BMW. BMWs are gorgeous cars.
I pulled up to the bank yesterday and parked nose to nose with a Mercedes-Benz. It was kind of weird at first glance but I only looked for a moment and didn’t give it a second glance until I passed it again, on foot, on the way into the bank.
This is happening, people. Well, most likely. After years of speculation, rumors and the wildest dreams of car fans everywhere, the Toyota Supra has more rumors swirling that it’s coming back.
You know you’ve dreamed about it. Like every true car guy or gal, you fantasize about driving through a city or cruising down a rural road, looking out the window and seeing a neglected classic car, forgotten, just waiting for you to take home.
Sometimes you just don’t question a 12-year-old. “Hey Dad,” my son said, “Have you heard about the 3-seat Ferrari?
Convertibles in the summer can seem a little cliched, but you have to figure there is a reason for that.
2007 Saturn Sky Recall drama never ceases to fade. The last few years have given us plenty of topics for conversation, with every major automaker issuing newsworthy recalls.
Consumer Reports has drunk the American Kool-Aid. The magazine, influential among car shoppers who commonly consult its ratings and recommendations, has made a decision that doesn’t make any sense.
“You know, we should probably check out a Buick.” I had no idea my dad was capable of speaking such nonsense.
SUV is an acronym for Sport Utility Vehicle, which I think has been forgotten as the term now extends to vehicles that are neither sport nor utility.
It started with a smell. The terribly awful odor of death is unmistakable and it came from somewhere inside my car.
Yesterday, we were lucky enough get an invite to the New England Motor Press Association‘s annual Ragtop Ramble.
Any regular schmuck can own a Camry. A Camry is proven reliable and economical to own. There’s nothing particularly exciting about a Camry, but you can be sure it’ll always be there when you need it.
I’m lucky I survived into adulthood. I was like a baby sea turtle as a teenager. On their long journey from the nest to the ocean, seagulls snatch many little turtles up before they ever get a chance to thrive in the water.
It’s been my humble opinion that self-driving cars would kill the auto culture in our country. Why would we want to cede control of our cars to a computer and give up the thrill of manually shifting gears and accelerating from stoplights?
“Do you want to go on an adventure?” My wife asked the question yesterday, which was another 100-degree scorcher.
Just because it’s available doesn’t mean it’s controllable. Back in the 1960s and 1970s, the three big automakers in the United States were engaged in an epic power struggle.
Happy July 11th! Today is a very special day for car-lovers: the relatively newly dubbed National Collector Car Appreciation Day is a (real and official) holiday celebrated to raise awareness of automotive restoration and collection and its role in American society.
I officially love Mazda. I’ve slowly developed a crush on the scrappy little automaker and have been thoroughly impressed by the new Mazda3 and Mazda6.
When you think of off-roading, do you think of massive Jeeps, dirty Land Rovers, and ’72 Fords? I sure do.