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Latest Commuter Car Articles

  • 2014 Sciton tC 6 Speed Manual

    2014 Sciton tC 6 Speed Manual

    When we decided to start covering the top FUN commuter cars we could find, one of the first to catch our eye was the Scion tC Coupe.When we decided to start covering the top FUN commuter cars we could find, one of the first to catch our eye was the

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  • 3 Sporty & Quick Commuters

    3 Sporty & Quick Commuters

    These three commuter cars are (relatively) easy on the budget, will you to work & home in a hurry, and can be truly fun to drive.Best of all? Every one is available with a MANUAL gearbox!

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  • 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo (Yes, It's Quick)

    2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo (Yes, It's Quick)

    What do you want? A commuter car that's quick, fun, and gets good mileage? When do you want it? NOW! This demo from PreferredPreOwned.com came in at 29,000 miles - really good for a 3+ year old commuter.

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Latest Commuter Car Articles
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Prior to building the top Toyota Magazine on the planet, I was a Jeep guy. Not a rock crawling, trailer-only, crazy kind of Jeeps…..my wife and I drove Jeep SUVs: three different Cherokees and a Grand Cherokee.

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A commuter car with good mileage, plenty of room, and nearly 9" of ground clearance for your dirt-exploring-needs? This 2014 Outback 3.5R Limited may be just what you're looking for.

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For years the RAV4 has been a favorite for young, adventurous families, today Toyota revealed an all-new package to give the compact SUV a more sporty look & feel.

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The Camry has been America's best selling car for 15 consecutive years, and in the same manner that the company reinvented the midsize truck market with the 3rd Generation Tacoma 2 years ago, they have once again set the bar for a sensible American sedan very high.

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Here at Buck The Commute, we generally prefer a Manual Transmission for our commuter cars. It's more efficient (in most cases), simpler to repair, and most of all more fun!

The YouTube Channel Learn Engineering prepared a very detailed video explaining technical differences between Automatic and Manual transmissions. It's well worth the 7 minute viewing time =)

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From the factory, this 5 year old commuter car arrived with 197hp via the 2.0L 4-Cylinder naturally aspirated engine. The i-VTEC (Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control) system in this car exists solely to help increase economy by hydraulically shifting between two camshaft profiles.

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