Okay, I'm just going to say it, the 996 generation, out of all the generations is the worst 911 ever built! Now, this is an ideal car, but man, there are some things that I absolutely dislike. See, the 996 and the Boxster were the "transition cars", the cars to transition Porsche from acting like a boutique marque, and to move along to more efficient logistics and manufacturing processes.
Hey, speed junkie! Imagine hitting 60 miles per hour in less than 5 seconds and still being under budget. Yeah, I know, we don't have a ton of cash to go from zero to hero! But you’re about to find out it doesn't take a whole lot of cash to go fast!
BMW’s are really at the top of the game when it comes to design, performance, and just overall quality. But, if you know anything about us here at Ideal, it's that we love to buy cars we're not going to lose money on!
The newest generation of Mazda Miata is the best one yet by far. It’s got more power, has a hard top, and those truly modern body lines. But, is it the best sports car you can get for $30,000?
Back in 1987, the Ferrari F40 changed the world when it became the first production car to hit 200 miles per hour. And today, 33 years later, most manufacturers still struggle to hit that milestone! But, if you have some money in the bank and a need for speed, then these are the cheapest cars that will smoke 200 miles per hour!
30 years ago, Mazda introduced one of the most iconic roadsters to the world. It’s one of the most enjoyable, reliable sports cars for topless motoring. And it's an unstoppable legend on the amatuer racing circut. Zoom zoom!
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!
There are plenty of risks to consider when buying a used car. What did the previous owner do with it? How reliable will it be? How much will it cost to insure? Questions like these are enough to keep you up at night, wide awake, wondering if you should have bought that new WRX with a warranty instead of that new-to-you WRX that was most likely hot-rodded by all 7 previous owners.
Of course, you love supercars, and you probably love cheap ones that look like they cost a lot even more! Well, we’re going to break down the best supercars that you can fit into your budget! And the last one is a raging bull that looks and sounds like a million bucks! Flames, anyone?
The new Corvette just got a total redesign, and it’s absolutely badass and probably the most anticipated car ever! Corvettes of yesteryear were the mid-life crisis machine of choice, but the new one appeals to the masses. And with it starting under $60,000 MSRP, it seems like everyone can already imagine one in their garage.