Gas prices continue to fall, and guys like me, who lumber through town in big SUVs that swallow fuel as quickly as we suck down carmel macchiatos, are smiling, because fill-ups have gone from almost $90 to just over $50.
Saving money at the pump makes us happy, and we spend the saved money on extra macchiatos.
Yes, even macho SUV-driving guys drink macchiatos. We may not like to admit it, but we’re also interested in microcars. Why? Because sometimes we just don’t need the capability and room that giant utes offer. Sometimes we just want to drive to work quickly and cheaply.
A few microcars are hitting the market to fill that need. Two of them in particular are addressing the need for tiny driving in drastically different ways.