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Contact one of our writers and ask politely. However don’t do it now. We’re currently close to exam season so your request would most likely be totally ignored


Alright! I’ll wait then, because I also have exams coming up. I feel your pain. Thank you guys!


From issue 392: Kuro Nakahara’s Joyride, Kimura TK-R.

(Props to @titleguy1 for lending me the car!)

(It’s something new I wanted to try out and I don’t know if it’s good or not, so feedback is highly appreciated :smiley:)


I like these, a small column on an iconic car or future classic, next to full reviews.


From Issue 394: Nathan García drives the Zenshi Seiryu.

(Props to @Grandea for lending me the car! Click on the image to make it bigger.)

(As always, comments, critique and thoughts are encouraged! :smiley: )

EDIT: forgot to mention the engine was designed by Cavallera.


Click to open in Google Drive. Thanks to @titleguy1.

OOC: My sincere apologies for this having taken so long, in short I burned myself out totally with the visual work of this review and had very little motivation to go back and finish it. Which is why it’s here so late and not quite as high quality. This doesn’t really reflect anything upon the car, just on me.


I’ve got to say this is one of the most well-done reviews I’ve seen on the forum. The writing and the presentation were both stunning; I’m so honored that you chose my car to go full overboard with. Bravo!


MotorNation wants your Premium 4 door D-Segment cars!

Important information:

Body style can either be a sedan or a liftback.

They should roughly cost $50,000 with a 50~60% markup

Trim Year 2018/19

Please keep in mind that submission does NOT guarantee a review. We will be selecting our favorite examples for the article. Please send all entries to me :slight_smile:

Deadline: 26th August 2018


That means that cars that are sent in unsolicited will be ignored.


I think you might have trouble understanding the word unsolicited. In that case you might want to refer to a dictionary, or maybe google it?


I’ll send you guys a 2019 Farox Aerio when I get the chance!


Oh. I have the Montes T60, but I’m outside house until the 31Th :sweat_smile:


mfw I just found out about this the day it’s due


Yes I know Im 2 days late, I’ve been a bit busy

Thanks to all those who entered, entries are now well they have been for two days closed.

Reminder: Just because you sent in a car does not guarantee a review. Please keep this in mind. The writers at MotorNation do have a life and we cannot do a review of all the entries. Thanks anyways for participating and hopefully you can understand if your car was not reviewed.


First, my thanks to @DoctorNarfy for his fantastic writing contributions. This review would not have been possible without him, so put your hands together for the one and only, everyone.


For the first time, we have real magazine-style formatting! Recommended viewing is using a dedicated PDF reader program in 2-page spread view.

As for @NormanVauxhall, @DeusExMackia, @Dorifto_Dorito, @MrChips, @Mr.Computah, @titleguy1 and @Rk38, this was a lot of fun, so thank you all for allowing this to happen and thank you for your nutty excellent hatchbacks.


A very extensive review, well done again @ramthecowy!

The pros and cons of the CMW are copy+pasted onto the Kimura

also just want to say that i discovered the wagon variant of the hatch body is totally and completely awful after submitting my car into the test and i was very unhappy 'cause it could have made my car actually competitive but you know that’s alright xxx



  • The Auburn’s summary box is fixed.
  • Nohda is Japanese, not French.

My apologies.


Such a compelling test… Having just read all of it, your latest article really did feel like what Tiff Needell once called a “hot hatch deathmatch”!


Fantastic review, love the presentation and really appreciate the feedback :sunglasses:


The 2019 Vega Flow, a subcompact hatchback.

Motornation wants your B seg cars!

Subcompact cars are usually forgot in many magazines and comparisons, and often when they are not forgot they are found in brief, secondary articles. We’re here to let these subcompacts shine!

Submitting a car does not guarantee a review. We’ll pick the 5 best following the first criteria:

  • It must belong to the B segment of cars. Information on what the B segment is.

  • Regardless of it being sportier or more comfortable, it should be a midrange trim.

  • We’re looking for cars that cost roughly $14500 at a 20% markup. We offer a leeway of +/- $3000, so it doesn’t have to be that exact price.

  • Realism will be taken into consideration. While I won’t be strict and allow creativity, subcompacts with tiny V10s and similar things will be eliminated from the shortlist on sight.

  • Looks are an important factor. A stylish subcompact has a better chance of making the cut.

  • Try not to fall back stats wise. The cars that make the cut will be driven with a wheel and pedals in BeamNG as well.

Deadline is Sunday the 23rd of September 2018. Get those entries going!