The Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic and easily identifiable cars on the road. It’s also one of the best performance cars out there, providing limitless levels of driver engagement and, of course, the prestige that enthusiasts want out of a Porsche.
Few car brands demand as much respect and recognition as BMW. And the E46 M3 is the poster child of them all. It's the embodiment of the German car manufacturer at their best, not their fastest.
Tired of being overtaken in your Honda Civic, but concerned about the reliability issues that greater horsepower typically brings? So, what ideal sports car is as reliable as it is stylish? Drum roll please! Let me introduce you to the Nissan 370Z.
Whether you're seeking four-digit horsepower figures, or an iconic daily driver for around $30,000, early Godzilla's got you covered. Without further ado, let’s find out why you should probably buy an R32 GT-R.
Some like the antilag, others like the easy horsepower, and I think we can all agree, we do a double take anytime we see an OG Godzilla cruising down the street. This once forbidden fruit became legal in the US a few years ago, and at that time, you could find decent examples in the low $20,000 range. It’s safe to say this twin-turbo rocket is one of the greatest Japanese sports cars of all time! And by now, you probably know that the team here at Ideal are big fans just like you! So, in this article, I want to dig into why they're so popular, what are some buyer's mistakes I’ve seen are, and key things to look for when searching for your ideal GT-R!