AutoFoundry.com Is Proud to Launch a Series of New Good Car/Bad Car Reviews

AutoFoundry.com (http://www.autofoundry.com), a fast-growing automotive blog and community, is launching a new series of reviews that answer one very specific the question: "Is this a good car or not?"

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Once you dig into the subject, you realize that you can, over the course of a model's history, determine whether it is, fundamentally, a good car to buy.

Wilmington, NC (PRWEB) July 31, 2013

AutoFoundry.com, a leading blog that covers the automotive world in its many forms, is pleased to launch a series of vehicle reviews that answer one of the most basic questions that any consumers asks when shopping for a car: "Is this a good car or not?"

These reviews, written by staff writer J. Coffey and editor T. Brown, are an effort to distill out of the many reviews and varied history of each model whether it is a good car or not. The articles take into account aspects such as performance, styling, value, fuel economy, comfort, and safety, and they often include a sampling of the perspectives from other leading reviewers. Example articles include the following:

"It may seem like a difficult question to answer," said editor T. Brown. "But we've found such questions come up time and again among our readers. Once you really dig into the subject, you realize that you can, over the course of a model's history, determine whether it is, fundamentally, a good car to buy. Obviously there are redesigns throughout a model's evolution that may mark a significant shift, and that is of course something we would be sure to note."

Brown went on to say that the staff plans to publish such an article for many of the industry's most popular vehicles. He also noted that the reviews are not simply dedicated to the newest version of each model, but they are striving to note the model's evolution over time - this is especially useful for those readers planning to purchase a pre-owned model, a suspected majority. Future models include the Chevy Malibu and Acura TL. Readers can see a list of published reviews here.

About the Company: AutoFoundry.com, launched in 2012, is one of the fastest-growing automotive blogs on the web.