Automobile Magazine Subscription United States

Automobile Magazine

Automobile is the magazine for the discriminating car enthusiast. You'll experience the exhilaration of the world's greatest cars in the nation's cutting edge automotive magazine. You'll love the bold graphics in full color and lively and informative writing which highlight the world's most exciting new and classic cars.

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Customer Reviews

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    Automobile Mag

    I subscribe to three car magazines. Road and Track, Car and Driver, since the 50's. Automobile replaced Road and Track as I my favorite from the first issue. It has the most color photographs and the best writing of the three.

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    The best (almost) - but definately the best read

    Automobile magazine emerged from the creative mind of David E. Davis, Jr. who founded it in 1986 after leaving Car & Driver abruptly. Their moto: "No Boring Cars." This moto has largely succeeded. Davis left several years ago - he's in his 70's so he's entitled to slow down - and left the editorship to Ms. Jean Lindamood Jennings, also formerly of Car & Driver. Personally, I think she is brilliant, but Davis and the suits didn't agree. She assumed the position of "President," while Brit Gavin Conway joined as the new editor in chief. Jennings colum returned to it's traditional place on the back page. She is charming, sharp-witted, and just a share irreverant....

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    Best in the US

    I've read them all. Automobile is the best US car magazine. If you want even better ones, EVO and CAR are superior, but your going to have to pay to have them imported from the Brits.

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