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Terrific magazine for us motorheads. Great price.
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Terrific magazine for us motorheads. Great price.
They're nearly giving these subscriptions away now since they are hemorrhaging subscribers. No subscribers, no ad revenue. Even now, C&D is super thin due to lack of advertisers.
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They're nearly giving these subscriptions away now since they are hemorrhaging subscribers. No subscribers, no ad revenue. Even now, C&D is super thin due to lack of advertisers.
Yep! These mags were really good, many many many years ago. Now it's so generic. People find all this online. Sad to see all the printed media dying a slow painful death. I wonder what this magazine will be like in 4 years.Confused
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Subscribed when last time it was posted. I literally read two articles when it arrives and throw it away. Still high quality car journalism though.
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Yep! These mags were really good, many many many years ago. Now it's so generic. People find all this online. Sad to see all the printed media dying a slow painful death. I wonder what this magazine will be like in 4 years.Confused
I get a ton of my info online but as a gear head I love car and driver. I also love a lot of the columnist material which you aren't going to get online. It is 100% worth the money required with this deal. I look forward to getting my magazine and don't find it generic at all. I once again consume a lot of gearhead related material online, A LOT. Car and driver still very much has its place.
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I subscribed for it couple of years ago. I didn't get a chance to read a single article. I have a stack of over 20 copies collecting dust. 😬
They look like great articles but who wants to read when you can watch car videos on YouTube?
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In. Surely will get 12 dollars of value out of that many issues.
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They're nearly giving these subscriptions away now since they are hemorrhaging subscribers. No subscribers, no ad revenue. Even now, C&D is super thin due to lack of advertisers.
I get Motor Trend now and it sucks. Is Car and Driver any better or is it worse?
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They're nearly giving these subscriptions away now since they are hemorrhaging subscribers. No subscribers, no ad revenue. Even now, C&D is super thin due to lack of advertisers.
Nearly? 48 stamps cost $24. They're not even covering the postage. If WeatherTech ever pulls their ads, C&D would fold. I subscribed for years. I quit when sports cars and full size trucks started moving to 4 cylinder turbos and pumped in exhaust sounds through the speakers. Dual exhaust FTW. It's not about compression ratio anymore. It's about the carbon footprint and styling. TG there's still a few gear heads left at the big three producing V8 muscle. Those will be 10x as rare as the late 60s muscle cars are now.
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Nearly? 48 stamps cost $24. They're not even covering the postage. If WeatherTech ever pulls their ads, C&D would fold. I subscribed for years. I quit when sports cars and full size trucks started moving to 4 cylinder turbos and pumped in exhaust sounds through the speakers. Dual exhaust FTW. It's not about compression ratio anymore. It's about the carbon footprint and styling. TG there's still a few gear heads left at the big three producing V8 muscle. Those will be 10x as rare as the late 60s muscle cars are now.
I hear ya man. Average consumer wants crossover suv that does it all with great mpg so you get all that junk. Sad to see as well as the almost disappearance of the manual.

Never going to own a 4 turbo...just no thanks.
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I get Motor Trend now and it sucks. Is Car and Driver any better or is it worse?
C&D is better and has ALWAYS been better than MT IMO. Well, at least as long as I have been reading the car mags, going back to the early 80's. I've subscribed over the years to C&D, R&T and Automobile but never MT... get all the MT I need in waiting rooms. Smilie

I've drifted away from R&T and Automobile but still subscribe to C&D, helped a little bit by these recurring $12 deals.
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Nearly? 48 stamps cost $24.
...but they don't slap on a stamp, they pay a lower rate for periodicals. I don't know what that rate is but it's about half of first class postage. So in the end they STILL pay more for postage than you're paying for the magazine. laugh out loud

And you may hate on the turbo fours, but those and other smaller-displacement engines with various cylinder counts are going to help keep "performance cars" around as long as people still buy "cars". A look in any parking lot or suburban street shows how SUVs continue to take over the vehicular landscape and we should applaud any company that continues to offer and develop actual CARS (shame on you, Ford, for abandoning us), even if they need a turbo four to make their business case. The only so-called "domestic" outfit still offering a range of V8 fire-breathers is Chrysler, and I have to wonder what happens even THERE when the Charger/Challenger/300 platform finally ages out... those are the only "cars" they have left. Same concern with GM and the Aussie platform that the Camaro rides on. But going back to the original point the Camaro and the Mustang both offer Turbo 4's that are quite fast, though nowhere nearly as pleasing to the ear as the 8's.
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...but they don't slap on a stamp, they pay a lower rate for periodicals. I don't know what that rate is but it's about half of first class postage. So in the end they STILL pay more for postage than you're paying for the magazine. laugh out loud

And you may hate on the turbo fours, but those and other smaller-displacement engines with various cylinder counts are going to help keep "performance cars" around as long as people still buy "cars". A look in any parking lot or suburban street shows how SUVs continue to take over the vehicular landscape and we should applaud any company that continues to offer and develop actual CARS (shame on you, Ford, for abandoning us), even if they need a turbo four to make their business case. The only so-called "domestic" outfit still offering a range of V8 fire-breathers is Chrysler, and I have to wonder what happens even THERE when the Charger/Challenger/300 platform finally ages out... those are the only "cars" they have left. Same concern with GM and the Aussie platform that the Camaro rides on. But going back to the original point the Camaro and the Mustang both offer Turbo 4's that are quite fast, though nowhere nearly as pleasing to the ear as the 8's.
We desperately need a car/sedan. I want GM vehicle. Nothing to buy any more. Malibu or Regal Sportback. That's it.
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