The Volvo S60 has always been kind of an oddball choice for a midsize luxury sedan. It’s nice, it’s comfortable, it does things differently than your average BMW or Audi, but it also doesn’t really stand out in a major way. But the 2019 Volvo S60 is all-new, and now it aims to be more of a true sport sedan than ever.
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It’s a hard day for all of us when it’s time to give up on a car, especially if it has high personal value. If you’re on the fence about this very decision yourself, you might find some answers here.When Do You Know It's Time to Give Up on Your Car?
As much as we fight and fight against the fact, our cars probably...View more »
Driving, I think we can all agree, has gotten too damn easy. Safer, yes. Faster, most definitely. More comfortable, certainly. And these days many modern luxury cars—and even affordable ones—will go out of their way to help you do it. But unlike your average disgraced Silicon Valley tech executive , we believe history matters, and that it’s important to experience the way things were to learn...View more »
This past Sunday, cars, bikes and trucks of varying degrees of radness descended upon the Philadelphia Navy Yard for the inaugural Radwood Philadelphia event. It kicked ass.
The weather wasn’t the best, but that didn’t dampen the spirits of everyone who turned up. Walking through the wonderful Delicas, Sciroccos, Supras and RX-7s, it really drives home that most automakers don’t paint their...View more »
NBC’s The Good Place is a show that enjoys a good challenge. After all, it spent a whole episode dissecting The Trolley Problem—it doesn’t steer away from asking tough ethical questions. As the series enters its third and bizarrely most “normal” season, it’s introducing what might be its biggest moral mystery yet. And we’re the ones who are supposed to solve it.
“Everything is Bonzers!”...View more »
Bears getting into cars continues to be one of the strangest phenomena to frequently come up in my timeline, and this recent video of a bear casually opening not one, not two, but three car doors just like a damn human has me really on edge.
The video comes from a security camera at Red...View more »
Sadly, there most likely won’t be an all-new car to replace the aging Nissan 370Z for the 50th anniversary of Z next year. But the automaker wants to be clear that it hasn’t forgotten about that and the next-gen Nissan GT-R , both of which it plans on bringing back “one way or another.”
It’s old. It weighs as much as a...View more »
This is a week of fishing games, beat ‘em ups, and Undertale on the Switch.
If you haven’t played Undertale, and you own a Nintendo Switch, then this is your big chance. You can do it! I believe in you. And maybe, just maybe, I can believe in myself, because I also have not played this game. But I’ll be honest, the fact that there are two fishing games coming out soon, Fishing World Sim and...View more »
It took Amanda Ogle, a homeless woman living out of her 1991 Toyota Camry, over a year to get her car back from Lincoln Towing of Seattle, which towed it from the parking lot it was left in after being stolen from her. Two court orders and a $21,634 bill later, she’s still fighting the company over damages.
Ogle’s story emerged by way of the Seattle Times, which published an article about her...View more »
Ariana Grande doesn’t live in the same world you and I do—at least, that’s what Grande’s fiancé Pete Davidson wants you to believe. “Can I just say,” he just said the other day, “this girl, she was like, ‘I want a pig,’ and an hour later, it was just there. You know what I mean?” To reiterate, he said: “This chick got a pig in a fucking hour.”
Said pet pet—named Piggy Smalls—may be on...View more »
The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was a massive, international media event that garnered top-tier news coverage from around the world. It was a story presumed to be of general interest. The wedding of Harry’s cousin, Princess Eugenie, is a little different.
If the BBC wasn’t motivated to carry her wedding, leaving the rights for ITV to snatch up, then the American networks...View more »
If you still listen to music, or any sounds really, through your computer’s built-in speakers, it’s time for an intervention. The Logitech Z623 speaker set was one of Lifehacker readers’ five favorite computer audio systems , and it’s within $10 of its all-time low price today.
Everyone rocks headphones when they want to hear...View more »
A woman named Rachel Peterson from Ionia, Michigan, says that a Meijer pharmacist refused to give her medication to complete her miscarriage due to his personal religious beliefs, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Peterson was requesting misoprostol, used to induce labor, to finish a miscarriage after finding out her fetus had died. Before she could get to the store she received a call from the...View more »
Whatever I expected from the voters of Massachusetts, it certainly wasn’t this middle-aged man in a tank top, leaning on his half-open screen door and gazing into the middle distance as he delivered a stirring speech about people born with the “soul of the woman.” Actually, he told a pair of animated canvassers right after they launched into the script clamped to their clipboards, he had...View more »
Cutting a car’s roof off is usually a bad idea, structurally speaking. That is, unless it’s a body on frame like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Cutlass. Let see if this custom droptop’s price makes you weak in the knees.
There are lots of things called Mega in America. There are Mega Churches, Mega Millions Lottos, and even...View more »
On Tuesday a Redditor and alleged former Sunday Riley employee leaked what appeared to be an email from inside the beauty brand, asking employees to write fake reviews for the company’s products.
The email’s subject line reads “Homework time,” and includes instructions on how to change your VPN so reviews can’t get linked to actual IP addresses. Employees are asked to write at least three...View more »
As Jezebel podcast hosts, writers, and editors (past and present), Madeleine and Megan know a lot about pop culture, their heads stuffed full of random facts about celebrities and their work. But just how much? Are they capable of pontificating about any given prompt, without advance knowledge or time to prepare?
On this week’s episode of DirtCast, the hosts play a game of Pop Culture...View more »
Why is it that England has so many tiny, niche, bespoke sports car companies that have been around in near-obscurity for decades despite questionable profitability? Besides the stuff owned by Germans these days, it seems like all they make.
Aston Martin wanted to go public to raise capital for its electric future, and lo and behold it faces the same crap...View more »