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Road & Track

4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)

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Road & Track magazine is one of the top magazines for auto enthusiasts. Flipping through the magazine is like standing in the middle of an auto show, because each issue contains cutting edge designs and news you won't find anywhere else. Whether you need to buy a new car or you have an interest in vehicles, you will appreciate every issue.

Road & Track magazine provides some of the best road tests in the industry. Each author gets behind the wheel of a vehicle and races it across different areas, including street and off-road conditions to ensure that you get a realistic rating for each car. The issues also include buying guides for readers interested in purchasing a new car, which will make sure that you get the most bang for your buck.

Automobile enthusiasts reach for Road & Track magazine for its top-notch coverage of breaking news. The magazine contains some of the most in-depth articles on vehicle technology in the world, including new advances in automobile manufacturing, new accessories on the market, and changes that manufacturers make to newer vehicle models. Every issue also looks at some of the upcoming car shows from around the world, providing readers with details about when the shows take place, the cars on display, and the magazine provides coverage after each show ends.

A subscription to Road & Track magazine gives you all of the insight you need when it comes to learning more about new vehicles or purchasing a car.

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  • Format: Magazine
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Publisher: Hearst Magazines
  • ASIN: B002PXVYO6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Car Magazine for the Racing Circuit Guy December 15, 2010
Subscription Term Name:1 year auto-renewal
Bottom-line: Within its 130 or so glossy pages I have found a home, a resting place from which I can gleam my needed automotive knowledge.

Like a lot of middle-aged men I am a car guy. I eat and drink--more or less--the elixir of horsepower, torque, RPM's, painted wheels, ergonomic cockpits, and colored sheet metal. I can recite long lists of carlines and their varying specifications. At various times in the last five years I have subscribed to and devoured three of the nation's most popular car magazines: Motor Trend, Automobile, and Car & Driver. But, I recently gave up my subscription to Automobile and received a $5.00 off coupon from via e-mail; I replaced it with "Road & Track Magazine," published monthly by Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S., Inc.

Like most car magazines, "Road & Track Magazine" is full of glossy, colorful, pictures and serious well written articles, car comparisons, and long-term road tests, but the magazine has little to distinguish itself from its brethren. I used to read "Road & Track Magazine" back in my twenties, and while the magazine has moved itself smartly into the 21st century, the basic formula that made the magazine fun and informative back in the 1980's remains virtually unchanged.

"Road & Track Magazine" does an excellent job of covering the national (American) and International car scene. And the reaches far-a-field to bring readers the off-beat, the exotic and the really expensive, but fear not the Chevrolet Volt's, Suzuki Swift's and Toyota Corolla's of the world also find a place inside the glossy pages of "Road & Track Magazine." And the magazine does this is in a format that is easy to follow and extremely inviting.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Sleazy subscription renewal methods used February 6, 2014
By Toolman
Subscription Term Name:2 years
I have subscribed to Road and Track on and off (mostly on) since about 1965. Recently I received an invoice for another year of the subscription with a note that started, "Thank you for choosing to be part of our Continuous Service Program". The bill was for $21.44 for 10 issues (20 issues costs $15.00 on Amazon). I did not choose to be part of their Continuous Service Program, though no doubt they have adopted the method used by sleazy software websites that dump unwanted toolbars and malware on you when you fail to refuse some option hidden in the boiler plate. I did nothing with the bill, intending to contact them and protest, but forgot about it. Today, a month later, I received another invoice stating, "When you ordered your subscription to Road and Track you requested that we bill you." Now I have REQUESTED that they bill me for something I didn't order. When I went online to contact the subscription service I found out that there is no way you can easily contact them. I am returning the invoice with a letter saying, after all these years, "Good-bye Road and Track. I'll just get my automotive and racing news from your competition from now on."
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If I could only get one car magazine February 8, 2010
Subscription Term Name:1 year|Verified Purchase
I have subscribed to Road & Track for three decades. If I could only get one car magazine, this would be the one. It is the least biased, and unlike most car mags, it still has a "test summary" at the end so you can quickly compare with other models from past issues.

If you want to keep up with all the newest models, long-term tests, and a few interesting/educational articles along the way, IMO R&T has the best coverage and most comprehensive articles. Also, it is one of the few remaining magazines to publish slalom results. Motor Trend, for example, publishes their useless "Figure Eight" number. Another plus is that R&T has a wider format than other car mags. This allows wider pages that have bigger pictures, and it sits flatter when you read it. About the only nit I can list is that they're starting to become more like other car magazines and include cutesy/trite expressions/flowery commentary in their articles.

If you are even remotely inclined to purchase just one or two per year at a news stand, just do yourself a favor and subscribe. Even the 'meh' issues you can always pass to co-workers or the lunch room. I always look forward to getting mine in my mailbox. For less than a dollar, it's a great deal.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Subscription Term Name:1 year|Verified Purchase
Gran Turismo 5 gave me the high end car bug. Now I can't get enough of supercars, muscle cars and road/gt/endurance racing. Checking out different magazines to keep me abreast of what I was interested in lead me to Road & Track. I almost went with Motor Trend, but the reviews here convinced me to go with R&T and I am so glad I did. The first issue I got featured the new 302 Boss Mustang (which I love) and the previous month's issue was also sent with the new version of the McLaren featured along with news from the recent Geneva auto show. Heaven. A letter to the editor sums up the kind of reader this magazine appeals to. It thanked the editor for making the section, of a previous issue, on hybrid and electric cars easily distinguishable from the rest of the articles. He thanked them because that showed him what section to avoid, lol, with the suggestion for future issues to make news on hybrids and alternative cars a pullout section he could easily throw out. One of the really neat features in the magazine are codes your smart phone can read to access cool content. And they have a app for live coverage of an upcoming auto show for smart phones. So, they have also kept up with new technology and many articles include web addresses for videos and more info. In all, I could not ask for more!

They also have articles on racing with guest editorials from drivers of different series like Grand Am and FIA GT1.

They have a free phone app and many of the articles have icons you can scan with your smart phone that links to videos and other content from them. You can also access this extra content via their website.

FYI: I got my subscription right when Amazon said it would start arriving.
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