Car and Driver (May 1981)


Car and Driver is an American automotive enthusiast magazine. Car and Driver is notable for its irreverent tone and habit of “telling it like it is,” especially with regard to underperforming automobiles. The magazine also frequently delves into controversial issues, especially in regard to politics. The editorial slant of the magazine is decidedly pro-automobile. However, the intrusion of politics into editorial columns rarely intrudes into reviews of cars themselves or feature articles. For example, the columnists have been highly critical of SUVs on the basis that minivans or car-based utes are almost always better, more drivable choices.

This issue covers the following topics:
De Lorean
A Star is Born
Where The Money Was – Shades of Billy Durant
Datsun 280-ZX Turbo
Chevrolet Cavalier
Isuzu I-Mark Diesel
Readers’ Choice Poll Awards 1981
The 24 Hours of Daytona
Hawg Heaven
Denbeighs Pull the Plub
Requiem for a Racetrack
Compound Interest
AMC Eagle SX/4
Honda Civic Four-Door
B+B Diamant
Dietel/Alpina BMW 330i
Datsun Diesel Pickup

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Car and Driver Magazine
May 1981

Out of Print.

DRB Code UCM001

Additional information

Weight 0.350 kg
Dimensions 27.9 × 21.6 × 0.5 cm


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